Waikato DC Waste consultation

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Wednesday 27 April

Waste Assessment - Stakeholders Workshop

On behalf of Waikato District Council, we would like to invite you to a workshop on 27 April 2011 to discuss the future of waste services in the Waikato district.
The purpose of the workshop is for Council to hear the views of the community on how waste management and minimisation services in the district should be developed.

Under the Waste Minimisation Act 2008, all councils must review their Waste Management and Minimisation Plans (WMMPs) prior to June 2012. As part of this review, Waikato District Council is undertaking a Waste Assessment and two independent consultancies, Eunomia Research & Consulting and Waste Not Consulting, have been engaged to help with this process.

A Waste Assessment is an integral first step to producing a new Waste Management and Minimisation Plan. The Waste Assessment takes stock of current services, looks at potential future demand for waste services, and develops initial options for addressing the future demand.

Waikato District Council believes the views of key stakeholders in the community are vital in shaping any plans, and are keen to ensure these views are taken into account at an early stage. There will be further public consultation during the WMMP development process.

The workshop is scheduled for 4.30-6.30pm, Wednesday 27th April 2011 and will be held at the Waikato District Council offices (15 Galileo Street, Ngaruawahia).

If you wish to attend, you are asked to RSVP asap to:

lisa@eunomia-consulting.co.nz, ph 07 308 5336, 021 02062206.

Yours sincerely
Duncan Wilson, Director (Eunomia)

 



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