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Three Kings demolition recycles building materials

Published: Tuesday 21 March 2017

<strong>July 2017 Update:</strong> The project has been completed and you can see a video abou...

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5 recycling myths - BUSTED

Published: Tuesday 17 January 2017

We take a look at the 5 most common myths around recycling and BUST them

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Watch: Communities making the most of waste

Published: Friday 2 September 2016

Working towards a zero waste Auckland by 2040 is no easy task. Auckland Council suppor...

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$500,000 fund for ideas to reduce waste

Published: Thursday 1 September 2016

Auckland Council is looking for creative ideas to raise awareness and support Aucklanders to m...

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Young Aucklander champions plastic-free kuapa

Published: Friday 12 August 2016

To celebrate the sustainability theme of this year’s International Youth Day (12 August), 17-y...

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Four simple ways you can use less plastic

Published: Thursday 4 August 2016

Using less plastic, especially single-use plastic, is a great way to start downsizing your rub...

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Grant to help deliver medical equipment to cyclone-hit Fiji

Published: Monday 21 March 2016

A $5,000 grant from Auckland Council’s Waste Minimisation and Innovation Fund is helping to deliver medical equipment to cyclone-hit Fiji.

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New recycling bins next step to get waste sorted

Published: Tuesday 1 March 2016

Auckland’s goal to have consistent waste services for households across the region is moving a step closer, with the roll out of new recycling bins in the north and west.

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Aucklanders' waste services are transforming

Published: Thursday 20 August 2015

Between now and 2020, Auckland’s waste services will be changing. Learn more about what it means for you.

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Food scraps and leftovers are fine food for gardens

Published: Wednesday 19 August 2015

Around 3000 bags of compost made from food scraps and leftovers have gone back to communities, as a big ‘thank you’ for people’s support for the North Shore food waste trial.

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