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National Environmental Standard: SQEP Survey

On 1 January 2012, the National Environmental Standard for Assessing and Managing Contaminants in Soil to Protect Human Health (NES) came into force, which specifies that preliminary and detailed... Read More

WasteMINZ 2012 Conference Presentations

It was a a huge piece of work, but all of the presentations (and papers where they have been provided) are now publicly available here on the WasteMINZ website.We've done our very best to... Read More

WasteMINZ Conference Feedback

Thanks to all of you who attended the 2012 WasteMINZ Conference and Trade Exhibition in Hamilton. We enjoyed putting the event together and we really hope that you not only had a great time, but... Read More

It’s a Karma Thing

Love NZ recycling bins are now recognised by over 48 percent of New Zealanders, according to Horizon Research.Whilst that’s a great achievement in just over a year, the Love NZ team... Read More

EXITO and MITO – Consolidated industry training organisation

The Tertiary Education Commission supports having fewer Industry Training Organisations (ITOs) on the basis it will create a more sustainable and effective training sector.The boards of EXITO... Read More

EXITO – Spring Training Special

EXITO (the waste and recycling industry's industry training organisation) is offering a great spring training special on their Resource Recovery Skills Programme. With this offer you can save up... Read More

WasteMINZ Annual General Meeting (2012)

The Annual General Meeting of the Waste Management Institute New Zealand (WasteMINZ) will be held as follows:Date: Wednesday 17 October 2012Time: 5.00pmLocation: Claudelands Events... Read More

Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo: WasteMINZ member offer

On 21 and 22 November the Australasian Waste & Recycling Expo (AWRE) will be held in Sydney. The expo offers our industry the opportunity to showcase innovation, network with key waste &... Read More

Independent Taskforce on Workplace Health and Safety

NZ's health and safety record is unsustainable! Guest Blogger: Greg Dearsly One of the most significant things to occur in the development of occupational health and safety in New Zealand since... Read More

Health and Safety sector strategy released

Following significant work by the WasteMINZ Health and Safety Sector Group Steering Committee and consultation with the industry the Health and Safety Strategy for the Solid Waste and Resource... Read More