Month: February 2018

Camping/Holidaying with Less Waste: Part 2: A How-To Guide

Camping/Holidaying with Less Waste: Part 2: A How-To Guide

As we mentioned in Part 1 of this two-part post, in January 2018 we delivered a talk about Zero Waste Camping at Totaranui campsite – the biggest campsite in Abel Tasman National Park. Like all our talks, we based this talk on our own experience of […]

Camping/Holidaying with Less Waste: Part 1: Camping Gear

Camping/Holidaying with Less Waste: Part 1: Camping Gear

*** UPDATE: Since writing this post, Totaranui, as well as other major DOC campsites around the country, particularly in Coromandel, have gone Pack In, Pack Out (with the provision of composting bins and worm farms for food scraps). We STRONGLY support this move for the reasons […]

Zero Waste in Nelson-Tasman

Zero Waste in Nelson-Tasman

From a zero waste perspective, we couldn’t have started off our trip in the South Island in a better place. Nelson and Tasman are full to the brim with amazing businesses, organisations and community groups to get you well on your way to zero waste […]

Zero Waste in Nelson City

Zero Waste in Nelson City

This guide covers Nelson City only. For the Tasman District, please refer to the Zero Waste in the Nelson-Tasman Region Homepage. . . Our heartfelt gratitude to Sugarcube Studios, the creators of EcoSpot, for bringing our guides to life – designing a map for us and creating such joyful imagery to go with it! Lots […]

Zero Waste in the Tasman District (excluding Golden Bay)

Zero Waste in the Tasman District (excluding Golden Bay)

This guide covers Tasman District (EXCLUDING Golden Bay) only. For Golden Bay or Nelson City, please refer to the Zero Waste in the Nelson-Tasman Region Homepage. . . Our heartfelt gratitude to Sugarcube Studios, the creators of EcoSpot, for bringing our guides to life – designing a map for us and creating such joyful imagery to […]