Waiheke Marketplace : June 6th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 17 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, JUNE 6, 2012 NEWS 4619690AA Yckjgmg Hktuv Pcvkqpcn Nvf OTGKP¥ firstname.lastname@example.org www.waihekefirst.co.nz 594 8483 Nkegpugf wpfgt TGCC 422: UNFINISHED GEM -- WILL BE SOLD -- 4 Tawa Street, Oneroa Come and explore the possibilities here from this unfinished home. My motivated vendor has decided to move on and wants the property sold. Bring your builder and reap the rewards from your labour. AUCTION 4 Tawa Street, Oneroa, on site Saturday 16 June 2012 at 2.00pm (unless sold prior) OPEN HOME 4 Tawa Street, Oneroa Sat/Sun 2.00 -- 3.00pm ID INTERNET 2057617 AGENT Bruce McCown 027 487 6121 AH 09 372 6121 email@example.com Licensed Salesperson under REAA 2008 AUCTION Panel discusses waste proposals ' Change in how we deal with waste is needed to reduce harm to the environment and become the world's most liveable city ' Councillor Noelene Raffills Bins or bags: Key proposals in the draft plan include keeping wheelie bins as well as offering the red-bag option to Waiheke Island householders. The first regionwide plan for tackling waste has moved a step closer with the panel of councillors and independent commissioners deliberating on the draft plan. More than 2000 submissions were received on Auckland Council's draft Waste Management and Minimisation Plan with the majority of submitters sup- porting the key proposals for getting Auckland's rubbish and recycling sorted. Councillor Noelene Raffills, chairwoman of the hearings panel, says following its pub- lic deliberations on the draft plan and submissions received the panel will make recommendations to the council's governing body, which is due to decide on the plan this Friday. Change in how we deal with waste is needed to reduce harm to the environ- ment and become the world's most liveable city,'' she says. Deputy mayor Penny Hulse says once the final plan is adopted consideration of sup- porting regulations and detailed planning for the staged implementation of the plan will begin, including potential kerbside collection changes from 2015. Draft waste plan Key proposals in the draft plan include: A target of reducing kerbside waste sent to landfill by 30 per cent per person by 2018 Disposer-pays for household collection Wheelie bins for household rubbish collection, except on Hauraki Gulf islands including Waiheke, whose residents can choose wheelie bins or bags A rates-funded organic waste collection for households A rates-funded inorganic collection for households every one or two years Advocating for product stewardship schemes for packaging and various products Communications and community engagement activity to help householders and businesses adapt to any service changes and reduce waste to landfill.
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