EcoNews

Open day for Canterbury Recycling

Posted: 5/5/2015

An open day at the Material Recovery Facility located in Sockburn, Christchurch.

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Little Petals Flower Show - the winners!

Posted: 23/3/2015

Little Petals Flower Show winner was Kids First Kindergarten Lincoln.

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EcoCentral achieves ACC Tertiary Level Accreditation

Posted: 1/2/2015

EcoCentral Limited has achieved ACC Tertiary Level Accreditation showing commitment to staff health and safety.

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EcoCentral awarded NZS4801 and recertified as ISO-9001

Posted: 24/12/2014

EcoCentral Limited has been awarded NZS 4801 and recertified to ISO-9001

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Please do not place seat belts in the yellow bin.

Posted: 31/10/2012

Please do not place seat belts into the yellow bin

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PLA - not for the yellow bin

Posted: 9/5/2012

PLA must not be placed into the yellow bin as it cannot be recycled.

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Christchurch's Unexpected Contribution to the Rugby World Cup

Posted: 21/10/2011

How EcoCentral assisted with the re-build of Trafalgar Park ahead of the Rugby World Cup.

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Ammunition in the yellow bin

Posted: 12/8/2011

Please do not space used or un-used ammunition into the yellow bin.

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Drop in, drop off, feel great!

Posted: 22/7/2011

Don't let clutter fill your home - come to the EcoDrop!

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EcoCentral into social media

Posted: 7/4/2011

To enable the best communication to our customers and the community, we have established both a Twitter and Facebook profile.

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PEEEP Trust wins hamper

Posted: 7/4/2011

Congratulations to Chris Webber at the PEEEP Trust for winning the wonderful hamper as a reward for adjusting to our new banking details.

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Kerbside Wheelie Bin Collection

Posted: 4/4/2011

Kerbside collection for all three bins has returned to normal collection days and frequencies.

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Council-owned recycling company to be moved to CCHL governance

Posted: 1/10/2010

After significant financial turnaround and 18 months in Christchurch City Council ownership, the company that runs the city’s transfer stations and recycling plant has returned to profitability and increased its value as a Council-owned asset by $8 million.

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