Environment Waikato Councillors have asked staff to provide more advice and information to landowners on how to do their own rabbit control.
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Farmers may at last have an environmentally sustainable solution for their waste silage wrap and unwanted, empty agrichemical containers.
Environment Waikato has granted $16,500 from its Environmental Initiatives Fund to Raglan’s X-treme Waste project for a community education programme and training facility.
Taupo boat owners are supporting Environment Waikato’s moves to prevent sewage discharges to the Lake.
Environment Waikato is tackling the threat of the pest fish koi carp in the Region’s waterways with several initiatives.
More than 300 Waikato landowners are involved in community possum control schemes, according to Environment Waikato’s Biosecurity Annual Report.
Parts of the Waikato’s groundwater resources are under stress from overuse, this week’s Environment Waikato Environment Committee meeting heard.
Environment Waikato is holding a hui with Coromandel and Hauraki iwi next week to discuss whether it should charge for occupation of the Coastal Marine Area.
Environment Waikato is not intending to prosecute a Te Aroha skin processing company for an illegal effluent discharge, in recognition of its previous good record and willingness to take prompt action to clean up the spill.
Scientists at Environment Waikato and Landcare Research are winning international recognition for break-through work on the quality of soils.
Lake Taupo is going into the classroom as a teaching tool.
Environment Waikato has come out strongly in support of measures to reduce motor vehicle emissions announced last week by Government.
Franklin District Council has joined in preparations for next year’s Festival of the Environment in March.
Presentations by three Waikato students were well received at the national youth environment forum held last week in Wellington.
Environment Waikato and Matamata-Piako District Council have welcomed the Government’s commitment to clean up the Tui Mine near Te Aroha.