Waste Management announces significant investment to manage tyre waste in New Zealand
Posted by Super Administrator on 23/06/2017 14:23:25
Waste Management was pleased to join Minister for the Environment, Hon Dr Nick Smith, along with representatives from Golden Bay Cement yesterday, to announce a significant step forward in addressing a critical environmental problem by better managing and re-using end-of-life tyres in New Zealand.
Posted by Super Administrator on 23/05/2017 10:02:11
Congratulations to our Tauranga Recycling plant and project partner Tellen Systems’ who have been named a finalist in the New Zealand Workplace Health & Safety Awards in the safety innovation category.
Boys surprise collections driver with special gift
Posted by Super Administrator on 23/12/2016 08:58:29
Five year old Lexis Goatley and his younger brother Xavier are crazy about trucks. Every collection day they are filled with excitement - ready to watch the collection truck come and take away their waste.
“Love your Rubbish – lollipop to landfill” a hit with Kiwi kids
Posted by Super Administrator on 14/11/2016 07:38:53
Earlier this year we teamed up with the Ministry of Education to fund a LEARNZ virtual field trip coined, taking Kiwi kids to Christchurch and the Kate Valley landfill to teach them what happens to their waste and how to minimise their environmental footprint.
Backing new research to help enzymes break down plastic
Posted by Super Administrator on 31/10/2016 09:53:57
Last week Waste Management was pleased to announce our sponsorship of University of Auckland research into harnessing enzymes with the potential to degrade plastic as part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability.
Posted by Super Administrator on 09/08/2016 09:00:09
At Waste Management, safety is critical to the health and wellbeing of our people, our business and our communities. This month we are proud to recognise our Gisborne team as they celebrate reaching 2000 days LTI (Lost Time Injury) free.
Waste Management celebrates official opening in Christchurch
Posted by Super Administrator on 24/02/2016 07:37:44
Waste Management’s Christchurch office has been officially opened today with Managing Director Beijing Capital Group (BCG), Mr Li Songping cutting the ribbon at the new purpose-built facility in Marshs Road.
Charity Ball raises over $8,000 for The Village Project
Posted by Super Administrator on 27/11/2015 11:26:51
On Saturday 14 November Britomart in Auckland hosted a special fundraising Charity Ball in their Quay Project Space for the The Village Project. Waste Management is proud to have been able to sponsor the event by arranging waste removal for the evening.
The team at Waste Management raises over $4000 for Nepal.
Posted by Super Administrator on 22/05/2015 15:28:18
When Daya Gautam, a project engineer at Redvale Landfill and also, the joint secretary of the NZ Nepal Society Inc. (NZNS), approached the team at Waste Management to help raise funds for Nepal on 27 April 2015, there was no hesitation and the team quickly responded by declaring Friday, 8 May 2015 as Nepal Day at Waste Management.
Posted by Super Administrator on 26/03/2015 09:11:02
Published in Auckland Today Magazine, Issue 111, March 2015
As in every sector, innovation and the desire to delight consumers, abounds. But, as we become more aware of the greenhouse effects, sustainability and recyclable opportunities, the packaging industry has to juggle cost, functionality, efficiency, logistics, end-of-life options and waste with shelf appeal and consumer trends.
Households and firms have vital role in managing waste
Posted by Super Administrator on 15/01/2015 14:56:56
A New Year’s resolution to help the environment – think about it before you chuck things out. If there is one thing you probably didn’t dwell on too much over your summer break it’s the amount of waste we all produce and how it should be managed.
WM Recycling Tauranga lends support to Waikato Uni Students
Posted by Super Administrator on 28/11/2014 16:47:05
In a demonstration of Waste Managements’ value of community commitment, the WM Recycling plant in Tauranga was proud to have been associated with students from Waikato University’s inaugural Bachelor of Creative Industries degree programme.