More and more farmers are asking Environment Waikato where to recycle plastic wrapping from silage bales.
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Environment Waikato is keeping a close watch on declining Waikato River levels which are being affected by the region’s ongoing drought.
Huntly residents wanting to catch a slice of V8s action can more easily take a bus to the event thanks to extra services.
Environment Waikato and Hamilton City Council are to help shift more than 200,000 litres of contaminated liquids and sludge away from the site of the still burning Tamahere industrial fire.
There may be plenty of fish in the sea – but how many live in Coromandel’s Whangarahi River?
As the big V8s prepare for their first ever showdown in the inaugural Hamilton 400, a special timetable of free bus services designed to lessen the amount of traffic congestion and reduce the carbon footprint of the event has been announced.
Environment Waikato’s regional pest management committee has heard a range of presentations about the use of toxins to control animal and plant pests, including views both for and against using 1080 to kill possums.
Environment Waikato is reminding farmers about rules preventing the draining or clearance of ecologically important wetlands.