Looking after our natural resources
A new ‘recipe’ for making compost at the organics processing plant in Bromley could hold the key to reducing the suburb’s odour issues.
A new wetland area with walking tracks for the public to enjoy will be developed as part of flood protection work in the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor regeneration area.
The vision for the former red-zone land along the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor will start to come to life if plans for a new stormwater and flood management scheme get approved next week.
Watching wetland birds on a crisp Saturday morning is a rewarding way to start the day for 10-year-old Willow.
Christchurch City Council and Environment Canterbury have agreed on an action plan for reducing the smells from the Bromley-based organics processing plant and Metro Place transfer station.