Environment Waikato has granted $6500 to Otorohanga District Council towards an “information wheel” about waste reduction for all Otorohanga residents.
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Environment Waikato has granted $10,000 from its Environmental Initiative Fund towards Coromandel Independent Living Trust’s walkways project.
Environment Waikato has awarded its annual Dame Te Ata Irangikaahu Maori Scholarship to Sharene Borrell of Te Kuiti.
Environment Waikato adopted its Annual Plan today after receiving 123 submissions.
The Regional Council has adopted its Annual Plan after hearing 123 submissions.
Environment Waikato has granted $10,000 from its Environmental Initiative Fund towards a walking track between Te Kuiti and the Waitomo Caves.
Environment Waikato has granted $15,000 from its Environmental Initiative Fund towards a farm plastics collection scheme. The Ministry for the Environment may also assist with an ‘amnesty period’ to collect existing packaging held by growers and farmers.
Environment Waikato has granted $20,000 towards the New Zealand Native Forest Restoration Trust’s plans to complete the purchase of a block of land near Thames.
Environment Waikato has awarded $5000 from its Environmental Initiative Fund to a Raglan environmental and health organisation for a sustainable living education programme.
Environment Waikato has granted Hukanui School $10,000 to trial the development of two environmental education programmes.
The Waikato wants a share of the Government’s $500 million tax windfall put into roading projects in the Waikato Region.
Environment Waikato is to ask the Hauraki Gulf Forum to consider the Firth of Thames and its catchment as a strategic project for developing an integrated catchment management plan.
Environment Waikato will now begin consultation with communities about the best ways of safeguarding water quality in the Region, following the Environment Court’s rejection of a challenge to its proposed Regional Plan.
Environment Waikato has declined an application from Crown Forestry to harvest up to 305 ha of plantation forestry at Waiuku Forest.
Last month’s heavy rain broke several long-standing records in some parts of the Coromandel, this month’s Environment Waikato Catchment Services Committee meeting heard.
Ship rats are the biggest barrier to bringing tui back into the city, this week’s Environment Waikato Environment Committee meeting heard.
Environment Waikato’s Regulatory Committee has dismissed an objection from Raglan station owners to a determination that their application to build a seawall was incomplete due to insufficient information provided.
Environment Waikato is to review a major dairy factory waste resource consent to ensure the waste will not pollute groundwater in the future.
Raw sewage has been flowing into the Ruatahau Stream near Te Awamutu after a pipe near a pump station blew out.
The Waikato’s farms are close to being bovine Tb free, this week’s Environment Waikato Biosecurity Committee meeting heard.