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New Restrictions for Plastic Recycling

Waimakariri residents are being reminded to put the right items in their yellow bin, with kerbside recycling starting again from Monday.

Council Finds New Ways to Work During Lockdown

As one of the District’s largest employers and an essential service, the Waimakariri District Council faced a huge task when given only a few days to find a way for its staff to work from home.

Enjoying our Open Spaces at Alert Level 3

So the big change with the move to Level 3 is that we can use our local beaches again, from Tuesday our beach access gates will be opened.

Businesses Returning From Lockdown Should Flush Taps

Businesses owners returning to their premises after lockdown are being advised to flush their taps so that the pipes can be recharged with fresh water.

Seeking Help Shows Strength

24 April 2020

Locals facing tough times due to COVID-19 are being encouraged to not suffer in silence and make use of the community support that is ready to rally around them.

Transfer Stations Accept Glass and Cardboard Under Alert Level 3

Transfer Stations at Oxford and Southbrook will be accepting cardboard and glass again soon after we move into Alert Level 3.

Kerbside Recycling Kick Starting Again – With Some Changes

Canterbury’s recycling sorting facility is reopening under Alert Level 3, and kerbside recycling will start being processed again from Monday 4 May. The move brings changes to the types of plastics that can be recycled, and residents are asked to implement the changes straight away.

Advice for Food Businesses Looking to Reopen at Alert Level 3

The Government has announced what Alert Level 3 will mean for food businesses and Waimakariri District Council is keen to help get businesses back up and running.

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