On average every Waipā household sends 468kg of waste to landfill each year. Reducing your household waste is not only better for the environment but will reduce the amount you pay for rubbish disposal. Making a dent in the rubbish your create is actually pretty easy. Take a look in your own rubbish bin, find out what you are throwing out and see if you can avoid creating that waste in the first place, reduce the amount of waste you create, or can you reuse, repurpose or regift it.
Looking to minimise your waste? Tips and information on the best ways to reduce food waste can be found here.
Zero Waste Waipā
If you love retro and secondhand shopping, you are probably keen to hear about other ways to shop, eat and enjoy Waipā without creating lots of waste. Click here if you love second hand shopping!
Easy Choice Family Kai cookbook
Weekly plans and shopping lists for affordable meals with seasonal ingredients. Dig in!
E-waste (electronic waste) is one of the fastest growing types of waste across the world. The good news is it can be recovered - a better option than landfill!
Event waste management
Are you a school in Waipā wanting to recycle at your school galas and events? Waipa District Council can help.
Some of the benefits of composting and things you can do at home to reduce garden waste.
What's piling up in your shed? Check out these services to help with disposing of rural waste.
Waipā households each throw out almost 10kg of rubbish every week. So what exactly are we tossing in our rubbish bins?
Tips for waste minimisation
Reducing your household waste is better for the environment and will save you money.
Ideas, resources, and cases studies to help local businesses with sustainability.