Sudima Hotels

20/09/2019

Sudima Hotels owns and operates NZ’s only three CarboNZero certified hotels. All of Sudima’s new hotels aim to achieve CarboNZero certification after one year of operation.

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Soar Printing

20/09/2019

At a time when the printing industry has halved its output, Soar has been on a significant growth path – producing a lot more with a lot less, powered by a focus on efficiency and sustainability.

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Iplex Pipelines NZ

20/09/2019

Iplex NZ manufactures plastic pipe systems for the plumbing, civil, rural, telecommunication and energy markets. The global plastics problem prompted the company to look seriously at what it could do to make a difference.

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Foodstuffs

20/09/2019

In 2015, Foodstuffs New Zealand set out to enable its customers to charge an electric vehicle while shopping, as part of a commitment to tread lightly on Papatūānuku.

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National Steel

20/09/2019

Earlier this year, National Steel replaced two diesel excavators with electric ones and it’s proving not just good for the environment, but also cheaper. It’s a big investment, but it is saving 18,000 litres of diesel per month.

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Tourism Industry Aotearoa

19/09/2019

Tourism Industry Aotearoa launched the Tourism Sustainability Commitment at the end of 2017. This helps tourism businesses take practical steps to become more sustainable.

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Splore Festival

19/09/2019

Splore is an annual three-day music and arts festival with sustainability at its heart. It attracts a diverse audience of 8,500, to camp and enjoy music, performance, wellbeing, art and culture in a pristine corner of coastal Aotearoa. Its message is ‘Love this Place • Leave no Trace’ and its latest campaign dispels the myth that talking about sustainability is boring.

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The Rubbish Trip

19/09/2019

The Rubbish Trip is a nationwide zero waste roadshow run by No-Waste Nomads Hannah Blumhardt and Liam Prince. Since July 2017 they have travelled New Zealand delivering free presentations in schools, businesses and communities. They share how people can reduce their household rubbish, based on their own research and four years of living rubbish-free.

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Tauranga City Council

19/09/2019

After a sewage overflow caused by wet wipes, Tauranga City Council leapt into action. It launched a campaign that talked in a comfortable way about a private topic: what people flush down the toilet. By opening the dialogue, it got people thinking about the impact on the environment and the cost of maintaining infrastructure.

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