Plant & Pest Information Evening; Cycle Action Waikato FleetBikes

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Plant and Animal Pest Information Evening

7pm Monday 26 September 2011

Waikato Environment Centre, Level One, 25 Ward Street, Hamilton

Help rid gullies of weeds and protect tui chicks from rats and possums this spring.  Information and practical demonstration of products will be provided by Duncan MacMorran and Steve Hix from the Connovation: Conservation by Innovation. Hosted by Hamilton City Council and the Gully Restoration Programme.

Connovation is leading the fight against introduced threats to local habitats. Connovation's vision is that natural ecosystems are retained and enhanced, special places are protected and threatened species return and thrive. 

www.connovation.co.nz     www.gullyguide.co.nz

Contact Tim Newton 8386878 for more information.

 

FLEETBIKES

Cycle Action Waikato (CAWaikato) have 2 Fleetbikes for loan to Hamilton Businesses free of charge.*

With congestion and other traffic and parking issues increasing, these bikes enable your staff to reduce vehicle usage for short work-based trips. Great for travelling to inner city meetings, the bikes are fitted with large waterproof saddlebags for carrying items.

Your organisation could be the next to benefit!

REGISTER NOW. Copy and complete the Application of Interest Form below and email it to: cawaikato@can.org.nz  by Wednesday 28th September 2011

Lease period October 2011 - 30 September 2012.

*Minor Maintenance costs of $70 per Fleetbike apply

Application of Interest Form – Cycle Action Waikato FLEETBIKES

Loan period from October 2011 to end of September 2012.

  • Name and Postal Address of Organisation.
  • Physical Location of Organisation workplace.
  • What is the business of your Organisation?
  • What environmental initiatives does your company do?
  • How many vehicles are there in your current vehicle fleet?
  • How many staff are employed by your Organisation?
  • How often do your staff make short local trips? and where to? (e.g. remote depot).
  • Would your staff be prepared to travel for short work trips by bike?
  • How many bikes would your organisation utilise? (1 or 2), and why?
  • Who is the person(s) in your organisation who will “champion” the promotion and organisation of the fleetbikes?
  • Do you have management buy-in to support the loan fleetbikes use, and the purchase of your company’s own fleetbikes provided there is sufficient use?
  • Do you have safe storage space for fleetbikes? Describe it.
  • There is a standard $70.00 per bike maintenance fee, and also any expenses incurred through accident or theft. Is your organisation prepared to cover this?
  • How did you find out about the Fleetbikes?
  • Briefly, tell us why your organisation would like these fleetbikes?

Contact: Robbie Price - Chairman, Cycle Action Waikato. 07 859 3791daytime, 07 850 1217 evening,  cawaikato@can.org.nz

 



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