Hauraki District Sustainable Living Info

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Hauraki District is a new member of the programme for 2019-2020.  This local information page is under construction in June 2019.

Council office contacts are Ruth Kriechbaum and Adrian de Laborde/Antoinette Mustart.

Hauraki Mayor, some councillors and staff were visited recently by Sustainable Living Education Trust's National Coordinator (at left, in pic below)

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Waste minimisation

Hauraki Council info on waste and recycling

Rural waste - Agrecovery

Electronics and electrical appliances 'E-waste'

Love Food- Haste Waste

Policy - the Eastern Waikato Waste Management and Minimisation Plan

Proposed Hauraki Reuse Centre

Mayor's donation of Worm farms to Waihi schools

Zerowaste education in schools  and recycling Paper for Trees programme

 

 

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Water care

'Save our drains for rain' by avoiding pollution

Water supplies in Hauraki

Water use efficiency - be smart as clean water is scarce

Waste water - where it goes from your sink and toilet

Ngatea Main Street.

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In schools and community

See the waste minimisation section above.

Some schools are 'Enviroschools' with students and staff taking action as they learn

EcoQuest in Miranda:  Ria Brejaart 09 2322501

Pareora Community Support Trust: Nicola Poutu  nicola.poutu@pc.org.nz

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