WasteMINZ is the largest representative body of the waste, resource recovery and contaminated land sectors in New Zealand.
Airforce Museum of New Zealand, Christchurch. 5th to 8th November 2017.
WasteMINZ is firmly committed to increasing the capability of our industry and enhancing the sharing of knowledge.
Formed in 1989, WasteMINZ is a membership-based organisation with over 1,000 members – from small operators through to councils and large companies.
We are the authoritative voice on waste, resource recovery and contaminated land in New Zealand and seek to achieve ongoing and positive development of our industry through strengthening relationships, facilitating collaboration, knowledge sharing and championing the implementation of best practice standards.
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Hamilton City Council is looking for an experienced fixed-term professional to join the City Waters team to provide high-level Project Management expertise to deliver the new rubbish and recycling... Read More
Hamilton City Council is looking for an experienced professional to join the City Waters team to provide Contract Management expertise to manage Hamilton’s rubbish and recycling services. They... Read More
Hamilton City Council is looking for an experienced part-time professional to join the City Waters team to help assist in the delivery of the Council’s Waste Management and Minimisation Plan... Read More
The Kāpiti Coast is poised for further growth in a climate of an improving economy. Economic development will be a significant focus in the coming years and major infrastructure projects will... Read More
This is the third of our 30 Years of WasteMINZ events. Through these events, there is a strong emphasis on what the future will look like. The discussion will focus on the importance of local... Read More
This webinar will be presented by Dr Kim Altinkaynak (Senior Geologist at Aurecon) Detailed content outline to follow. About the presenter: Dr Kim Altinkaynak is an environmental geologist based... Read More