Tauranga cuts waste and saves money

A sweeper truck cleaning the Mount Maunganui wharves at Port of Tauranga

Source: Port of Tauranga

New Zealand’s Port of Tauranga is reaping the benefits of several green initiatives, including achieving a 15.3% reduction in carbon emissions in the last financial year.

Initiatives include halving the amount of yard waste being sent to the landfill while also saving the port about NZ $215,000 in costs.

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