The public open day at Christchurch’s recycling facility is returning for the first time since 2020.
Keep an eye on your letterbox for a handy new guide that will help you with your recycling efforts.
Got ideas for how we can reduce rubbish and manage waste in more sustainable ways?
Christchurch residents have earned a collective gold star for their recycling efforts after the city notched-up a significant milestone last month.
Residents are being reminded to continue recycling correctly following a $16.8 million upgrade of the city’s recycling facility.
Greater flexibility for kerbside bin sizes is one of several changes in the proposed Draft Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw 2023.
Residents putting out their wheelie bins for kerbside collection are being urged to space them well apart so they don’t need to be handled.
A Christchurch pilot scheme aimed at getting potentially dangerous domestic batteries out of the waste stream is going to be expanded.
Christchurch residents are being invited to play an interactive online game that will test their knowledge of what items belong in the red, yellow and green wheelie bins.
A subcontractor has been appointed to help with Christchurch’s kerbside collection service.