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Resource News - Autumn 2013
Kia Ora, welcome to the autumn edition of Resource News. The next three months are really exciting with Southland switching over to the digital TV network, Environment Southland and Agrecovery collecting unwanted chemicals, release of our new Teachers' Resource, and we can't forget about Easter!
This season we are introducing a new segment to our newsletter called "Local Heroes". Our first local hero is Bluff's very own "Tracker" Black. If you have anyone you would like to nominate for our "Local Heroes" section we'd love to hear from you!
Also in this edition, we've got a solution for your autumn leaf crisis as well as our 5 tops tips for reducing waste this Easter.
We hope you enjoy this edition of Resource News.
Resource News - Summer 2012
Kia Ora, welcome to the summer edition of Resource News. The temperature is rising and the silly seauson is now among us. Here at WasteNet we have come up with five easy steps towards a more sustainable summer and ten top tips to help you have an eco-friendly Christmas.
This season you will also read about how to 'eco-clean' your car, and find out where and how you can reuse and repair your old bike. Take a look at some exciting things currently happening in our community with the South Alive team and Makarewa Playcentre. Finally, for those of you holidaying around the South Island this summer, we have included some information on your nearest recycling facilities. We hope you enjoy this edition of Resource News.
Wishing you a safe and happy Christmas and an enjoyable summer!
Waste-Resource News - Spring 2012
Kia Ora, welcome to the first edition of WasteNet Southland's "Resource News" newsletter. This season you will read about how to compost organic waste to produce your own garden fertiliser, just in time for Spring. You will get the low down on the nasties found in some of our everyday household cleaning products, and ways that you can avoid them when it comes to spring cleaning. We have also included a sneak peek at what happens to our recycling and rubbish beyond the kerb, as well as interesting waste facts.
We hope you enjoy this edition of "Resource News".