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CRL Energy wins environment award

Friday - CRL Energy is the winner of the 2014 Minerals West Coast Environment Award, announced this week at Minerals West Coastís annual conference in Greymouth.

Evolution show home opens in the south

20 Jun 14 - Award-winning Rilean Construction this week unveiled its first energy-efficient evolution series show home at Jackís Point showcasing the companyís sustainable home building techniques.

Sustainability graduates make their mark

7 Mar 14 - Now in its fourth year, Otago Polytechnicís Graduate Programmes in Sustainable Practice is providing New Zealand companies, organisations and a variety of projects with graduates qualified in implementing sustainable practice.

Ricoh keeps ahead of the digital game

13 Dec 13 - Anticipating the shift from paper to digital has paid dividends for Ricoh New Zealand.

House will open doors to green builders

6 Dec 13 - Rilean Construction has started work on its first permanent evolution series show home at Jackís Point Queenstown to help educate people on eco-friendly building methods.

Takapuna park wins concrete plaudit

11 Oct 13 - The makeover of an inner-city park in Takapuna has won an Auckland company this yearís Supreme Concrete3 Sustainability award.

Law firm names student prizewinner

11 Oct 13 - Mason Gilles is the winner of the Simpson Grierson Environmental Law Prize for 2013.


Pledge a tree and grow a forest

23 Aug 13 - A Hawkeís Bay couple have launched a new service for travellers, businesses, landowners and others to measure and counteract the effects of transport, travel and accommodation through tree-planting.

Farmers gear up to dump old TVs

19 Jul 13 - Farmers are throwing their weight behind television recycling.

Enatel markets power-saving device

19 Jul 13 - New Zealand standby-power specialists Enatel Energy has launched the latest product in its hybrid power system range.

Ricoh plugs in to dashboard power

5 Jul 13 - Ricoh New Zealandís mobile staff members recently received an energy boost to help them to go about their daily work.

Hotel sets environment pace

7 Jun 13 - An independently owned and operated hotel that has gone to great lengths to improve its environmental performance has won the New Zealand hotel sectorís highest environmental accolade.

Hotel managers turn tree-planters

7 Jun 13 - James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor managers have planted more than 270 trees in support of regenerative agriculture in New Zealand

Southern farmers act to protect land

24 May 13 - Some South Island farmers have rallied to improve their environmental practises and protect their land and waterways.

Caltex launches specialised diesel fuel

8 Mar 13 - As legislative requirements for emission standards in heavy transport tighten, Chevron NZ has announced the launch of Caltex with Go Clear, a specialised diesel exhaust fluid required for SCR...

Forest safety record could hurt industry

22 Feb 13 - New Zealand's forest exports are being put risk as the industry continues to drag the chain on a key aspect of its certification, a union for workers in the wood industries says.

Law firm smashes emissions targets

22 Feb 13 - Intellectual property law firm James & Wells has has almost halved greenhouse gas emissions in a year.

Seafood industry passes good practice test

22 Feb 13 - The New Zealand seafood industry has received formal recognition of what the Seafood Industry Council says are strenuous efforts to achieve high standards of environmental good practice.

Millions back farming sustainability

22 Feb 13 - New Zealandís agricultural sector says it is collaborating with government in a multi-million dollar nationwide programme to ensure a sustainable future for pastoral industries.


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