More than $36k of council money will be distributed to nine community groups to help reduce waste minisation in the Waipā district,
It will go to services who are collecting e-waste, running zero waste cooking and waste reduction workshops and making washable sanitary pads and modern cloth nappies.
So it got us thinking, what are you doing to reduce your waste?
Don't forget to support Tamahere Lions Best Artisan Market this Saturday morning February 1st: 09:00 - 13:00 at Tamahere Community Centre, Devine Road
Over 50 indoor and outdoor stalls: Gifts, crafts, food, coffee, clothes, some produce, jewellery, candles, art, photography … you want it and you will be able to find it
- we will also be collecting good quality toys, books and clothes for Kids in Need Waikato recycle glasses and wine bottle tops/can tabs for Kid can
Come on down, join the fun - all proceeds to the local, national and international community
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