WasteMINZ Blog - January 2020

Minister welcomes report of nation’s household plastic rubbish, recycling practices

A new report on New Zealand’s plastic rubbish and recycling practices is being welcomed in a speech at the launch by the Associate Minister for the Environment Eugenie Sage. “The report by... Read More

Redesigning your packaging can solve NZ’s recycling issues

How can you improve your packaging design to increase its recyclability?   Packaging design plays a large part in determining the recyclability of a package. A world-first research project... Read More

Career Opportunity: Membership Coordinator, WasteMINZ

Role                                Membership Coordinator Reporting to               The Chief Executive Officer Location                     ... Read More

Career Opportunity: Solid Waste Contracts Officer, New Plymouth District Council

Passionate about waste minimisation, contract management and great customer service? New Plymouth DC are on the lookout for a motivated individual to assist with the continued development of the... Read More

China bans single-use plastic bags

China, one of the world's biggest users of plastic, has unveiled a major plan to reduce single-use plastics across the country. Non-degradable bags will be banned China's major cities by the... Read More

Career Opportunity: Senior Science Advisor, Hazardous Substances and Waste, Canterbury

Do you enjoy solving real-world problems and communicating your science to a range of people? If so, Environment Canterbury Regional Council based in Christchurch has an excellent opportunity to... Read More