Environment Waikato has approved stormwater consents for towns in the Waipa District.
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Waikato mayors and chief executives met yesterday to find a way to make progress on the State Highway One Expressway.
Environment Waikato has launched a new freephone for animal and plant pest advice in the Waikato.
Environment Waikato is working with other agencies, community groups, Crown research institutes, iwi and others to preserve the Region’s variety of natural life.
Hamilton’s buses launch into state-of-the-art electronic ticketing from next month – and it will save passengers money and time.
Road crash fatalities are dropping in the Waikato with more effort being put into targeting speeding and drinking drivers.
The number of young women aged between 15 and 19 who are driving has increased 76 percent in the past 10 years, this week’s Regional Road Safety Subcommittee heard.
Environment Waikato is developing new rules to manage the Waikato River during floods.
Environment Waikato has prepared a set of environmental guidelines for river and catchment management work programmes.
Half the pollution complaints to Environment Waikato in the past year were about air pollution, and most of these were about industrial discharges, the Council’s Regulatory Committee heard this week.
The Waikato River has not suffered any lasting effects from the chemical truck fire on Cobham Drive late last month, this week’s Environment Waikato Regulatory Committee heard.
Twenty pairs of eyes are keeping a close watch on the Waikato River these days.
Environment Waikato and Waikato District Council have granted resource consents for an open cast coal mine and a construction and demolition landfill at Rotowaro Rd , Pukemiro.
Environment Bay of Plenty and Environment Waikato councillors are getting together next week to visit parts of both regions.
Water skiiers and jetskiers will continue to be prohibited from using the stretch of Waikato River between Mangaonua Stream and the Pukete footbridge under the new Navigation Safety Bylaw passed by Environment Waikato this week.
Boaties, surfers, jetskiers and other water users now have a new bylaw controlling safety on the water in the Waikato.
Environment Waikato has granted resource consents to allow an upgrade to Meremere’s wastewater treatment plant.