Raglan, there’s some changes to how our waste is to be collected for best team safety during this time. Read on, or tune in to Rick & Dallas below sharing news with you all… XTREME ZERO WASTE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE 👩🏽💻👨🏽🦳RAGLAN RESIDENTS👱🏼♀️🧑🏾💼 • NO COLLECTION OF RECYCLABLES (Glass, Plastics, Ali Cans, Tin, Paper or […]
Xtreme Zero Waste site will be closed to the public for the next 4 weeks, during level 4 lockdown.
We will be closed from Friday 17th January 5pm through to Monday 20th 12.30pm due to internal site works.
Monday 23rd December No collections Site Open 12:30pm – 5:00pm Tuesday 24th December Christmas eve Kerbside Collections (Tuesday – green and Wednesday – pink areas) Site Open 12:30pm – 3:00pm Wednesday 25th December Christmas Day No Collections Site Closed Thursday 26th December Boxing Day No Collections Site Closed Friday 27th December Kerbside Collections (Thursday – […]
Saturday 26th October – Open 10.00 am – 5.00 pm Sunday 27th October – Open 10.00 am – 5.00 pm Monday 28th October – Open 12.30 – 5.00 pm No big loads after 4.30 pm please
The Government is looking to declare ‘priority products’ for six product groups that can create harm at end of life. It is also looking to declare ministerial guidelines to manage these products. These guidelines will place the cost of the product, at the end of its life, back on the producer or importer. The packaging […]
BIG CHANGES AT XTREME ZERO WASTE New Site Opening Hours and Kerbside Collections SITE OPENING HOURS – OPEN 7 DAYS PER WEEK Raglan Resouce Recovery Centre Starting Saturday 10th November Open: Monday – Friday 12.30pm – 5.00pm Saturday & Sunday 10.00am – 5.00pm Please no drop offs after 4.30pm. KERBSIDE COLLECTIONS – 4 DAYS PER […]
Plastic Bag Free Raglan is a community initiative, started by the Whaingaroa Environment Centre, Xtreme Zero Waste, the Raglan Chamber of Commerce, Para Kore and the Raglan Community Board. The project has been led by a small group of passionate community members who worked tirelessly to reduce the number of plastic bags being distributed around […]
Big thanks to the Public Place Recycling Scheme for their generous funding donation. This has helped Xtreme Zero Waste move forward with their research project, locally testing compostable products, and developing a resource pack for the community.
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