Environmental Choice New Zealand (ECNZ) has granted the country’s first construction and demolition (C&D) waste management ecolabel to Christchurch-based Taggart Earthmoving Limited.
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Today is World Ecolabel Day and to mark the occasion New Zealand’s premier ecolabel has released a study showing the powerful environmental effect of ecolabelled products.
An ecolabel specification that will encourage companies to reduce the amount of construction and demolition (C&D) waste going to landfill has been launched in New Zealand.
A reduction in construction waste going to landfill is a step closer, following the release of a draft specification recognising good environmental practice in waste management and minimisation.
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.
The Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN), of which we are a member, has inaugurated World Ecolabel Day (WED) which will take place on 25 October this year.