Information on matters relating to water bottling, including decisions made by Environment Canterbury.
News & events
Consents from Environment Canterbury and the Mackenzie District Council are now in place for Simons Pass Station to begin irrigating a portion of its land.
Environment Canterbury today welcomed the signing of a memorandum of understanding to promote the vision of Banks Peninsula being made free of animal pests.
Environment Canterbury has engaged global mobility and technology expert Via to assist in a feasibility study for an on-demand public transport service.
Nav Safety Officer urges caution from boaties following river incident
A new community-led group is being launched to improve water quality and flow issues at Otipua-Saltwater Creek, one of Timaru’s main urban/rural waterways.
Recent media coverage of the Five Star Beef feedlot in Ashburton raised issues around compliance monitoring of the operation’s resource consents.
A Water Shortage Direction for the Opihi River and its tributaries – which includes the Opuha River and Lake Opuha – is in effect from Tuesday 16 October
Boaties should test their equipment and have strong communication channels ready for their vessels as Safer Boating Week gets underway.
With less than a week to go, thousands of people have engaged with the ideas in the Regional Public Transport Plan.
Environment Canterbury is urging farmers impacted by cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis to contact their local zone team.
Planning your winter feed - Spring is one of the best times to take action to prepare for winter.