Environment Waikato has launched pages on its internet site to explain its new rates invoice to Waikato ratepayers.
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Environment Waikato and Waipa District Council have granted an application from an abattoir to continue discharging paunch waste and disposing of solids on a Higgins Rd farm.
Environment Waikato is working with the Department of Conservation, Ministry of Defence and trustees of Maori land blocks to control the spread of contorta pine in the central North Island.
Environment Waikato is raising awareness of invasive pampas grass in the Region and wants to give landowners advice on effective control methods.
Parties to the proposed consent applications to use geothermal energy from the Wairakei field near Taupo have spent three days working on technical areas to prepare for the consent hearings.
Waikato District Health Board is warning duck hunters gearing up for the start of the season in three weeks that algal blooms in the Waikato’s shallow lakes are a danger for them and their dogs.
Environment Waikato wants to know what Hamilton residents think about expanding the city’s bus services.
Former Morrinsville College student Ben Inger has won an Environment Waikato scholarship for his university studies in resource management.
Environment Waikato’s Policy Committee has recommended a framework and principles for changing its policies on managing geothermal resources in the Region to the Council.
Environment Waikato is to review air discharge consents from the Kinleith mill at Tokoroa.
Environment Waikato’s Environment Committee has praised a proposal to develop a natural heritage sanctuary at Hamilton’s Horseshoe Lake.
Managing the Waikato’s wetlands is an important role for Environment Waikato, this week’s Environment Committee agreed.
Environment Waikato wants to eradicate the world’s most invasive and problematic ant species from Morrinsville.
The risk of a Painted Apple Moth infestation in the Waikato from Auckland compost dumped at the Horotiu landfill is low, according to project director Ian Gear.
Environment Waikato has granted consent for the herbicide Gallant to be used in the Tairua harbour to eradicate the plant pest Spartina.
Roading projects to relieve city congestion should not be given priority over serious safety issues, the Waikato Regional Land Transport Committee has told Transit New Zealand.
Environment Waikato is urging the Government to ensure that any treaty settlement over central North Island forestry areas guarantees open access for forestry vehicles.
Police will struggle to keep the road toll down over the next eight years because of the reduction in roading funding, Police representative Inspector Leo Tooman told this week’s Environment Waikato Regional Land Transport Committee meeting.
Environment Waikato is to seek resource consents for flooding and bank erosion works on the Tongariro River.
Environment Waikato Chief Executive Barry Harris has accepted a new position as Chief Executive of Greater Wellington Regional Council, starting in August.