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14/04/2022

Resources to have your say on Govt proposal Transforming Recycling

Until 22 May 2022 the Government is consulting with the public on its Transforming Recycling proposals. They want to know what YOU think. There are three […]
26/03/2018

Easy, waste-busting recipes for food and drink

Whenever we do our talks, we provide zero waste nibbles, free of charge, as a way of demonstrating that it’s possible to create easy snacks and […]
13/10/2017

Regional Zero Waste Shopping Guides and Map

As we travel across Aotearoa New Zealand delivering our talks, we’re constantly sussing out the local area, asking ourselves the question “if we were to live […]

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14/04/2022

Resources to have your say on Govt proposal Transforming Recycling

Until 22 May 2022 the Government is consulting with the public on its Transforming Recycling proposals. They want to know what YOU think. There are three […]
09/11/2021

Zero wasters! Have your say on proposed update to NZ Waste Strategy & Waste Laws and Emissions Reduction Plan

The Government is undertaking a once-in-a-decade update of the New Zealand Waste Strategy AND the Waste Minimisation Act. It is also pulling together an emissions reduction […]
27/09/2021

Beyond the Pipes: Report from the July 2021 SymPOOsium

Full report from July 2021 SymPOOsium about Wellington’s wastewater and sanitation system is available for reading: The Rubbish Trip is part of Beyond the Pipes – […]
07/05/2021

Joint submission of Wellington zero waste community on WCC’s Long-term Plan 2021-2031

A group of advocates doing zero waste mahi in Wellington have come together to write a response on Wellington City Council’s Long-term Plan for 2021-2031.  See […]
18/04/2021

Support a Comprehensive Beverage Container Return Scheme for New Zealand

The beverage container return scheme: is it under threat before it gets started? A beverage container return scheme (abbreviated ‘CRS’) means beverage containers – like bottles, cans and […]
22/02/2021

Resources to help you have your say on Climate Change Commission’s Draft Advice

From now until 28 March 2021, Te Pou a Rangi — The Climate Change Commission, is seeking feedback on their first ever draft emissions budgets and […]