Auckland Council Programme Director for Waste Solutions Parul Sood (right) shows NZ Ecolabelling Trust General Manager Francesca Lipscombe current construction and demolition waste recycling facilities at the Council’s Waitakere Refuse and Reycling Centre in Henderson.
New Zealand furniture, fittings and flooring manufacturers with the Environmental Choice New Zealand (ECNZ) label have just received a big boost for their business prospects in Australia.
There are 38 Environmental Choice specifications for products and services. We believe the time is right to develop a specification that recognises environmental high-performers in C&D waste services. We are here to seek your early input into what that specification might look like.
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Government-owned ecolabel Environmental Choice New Zealand provides the strongest environmental guarantee of the well-known ecolabels in New Zealand.
The head of Environmental Choice, the government's own eco-labelling brand, is calling for it to adopt a programme of sustainable procurement for public bodies.
Building and construction are never far from the headlines in New Zealand these days. Housing shortages, escalating house prices and building costs, shortages of tradespeople fuelled by a demand for skilled builders as construction recovery continues in Canterbury post the earthquakes and in other communities hit by natural disasters like Edgecumbe, not to mention the lingering legacy of the leaky homes era.