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Contact Kaupapa Kura Taiao, our Māori Policy and Operations group, for advice about engaging with Māori.
For all technical queries on hazardous substance applications and compliance:
Freephone (within New Zealand): 0800 429 7827 (0800 HAZSUBS)
Hazardous substance incidents: HSincidents@epa.govt.nz
Hazardous waste: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ozone-depleting substances: email@example.com
Asbestos-containing products: firstname.lastname@example.org
We recommend you talk to us as early as possible if you're making an application. We can help you pinpoint the scientific, technical and risk management issues you will need to address.
Phone: +64 4 474 5591
Facsimile: +64 4 914 0433
You can get in touch with us with any question about emissions trading, including the Scheme and the Register.
Freephone (within New Zealand): 0800 CLIMATE (0800 254 628)
Phone from overseas: +64 3 962 2708
Facsimile: +64 4 978 3661
Emissions Trading Register: email@example.com
ETS participants: firstname.lastname@example.org
ETS industrial allocations: email@example.com
Get in touch with Nationally Significant Proposals team.
Get in touch if you have any questions about undertaking activities in the Exclusive Economic Zone or Continental Shelf.
Freephone (within New Zealand): 0800 208 338
Phone from overseas: +64 4 916 2426
To report spills of harmful substances in New Zealand marine waters beyond 12 nautical miles from shore: