15 December 2017
EPA’s Māori Advisory Committee, Ngā Kaihautū Tikanga Taiao, acknowledged 20 years with an evening of memories and kōrero.
That was the cry of the Mayor of Hamelin in 1284, when the German town was infested with vermin.
Since December 1 this year the regulatory regime for managing hazardous substances has been modified to further protect New Zealanders from harm.
As part of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori, the EPA celebrated with a number of events including Toitū Te Taiao, a symposium.
We have granted Auckland Zoo permission to import one crocodile, eight turtles, and one tortoise into containment as part of a new precinct coming to the zoo.
If you’re using pesticides in your garden over summer, don’t forget that our precious pollinators need help and support to keep our environment blooming.
The EPA approves all hazardous substances manufactured in or imported into New Zealand.
OPINION: Dr Allan Freeth, Chief Executive, Environmental Protection Authority.
12 December 2017
The Environmental Protection Authority has won the case brought against it for a judicial review of its cost recovery process.
08 December 2017
The EPA prepared a Briefing for Incoming Ministers (BIM) in October 2017.