Te Pūtara Bulletin
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This month we are excited to share with you a Community Involvement space on our website. Here you can find out about our work to set the rules, and encourage monitoring and compliance to protect our environment and people. There are new opportunities for you and your community to be involved and tell us what is important to you. While we're at it, we would also appreciate your feedback on this newsletter. Please take a moment to tell us what you think and what you'd like to hear more about.
In our first issue for 2019 we talk about our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint, introduce a new biocontrol, introduce you to some of our staff, let you know about the changes we've made to our website and more. Check it out below!
Christmas is just around the corner and our final issue of the year is jam packed full of good stuff! From fly sprays to chemical reassessments, samurai wasps to millennials, our annual report to methyl bromide and so much more - it's all here in the November issue of Te Pūtara.
But things are warming up for us here at the Environmental Protection Authority, with our jammed packed August issue of Te Pūtara.
In this issue we have information on the microbeads ban that came into force in June, introduce our new Safer Homes guru, show pictures of our annual stakeholder event, a reminder about our mobile friendly website and much more! Check it out below.
The year is flying by at record speed. In our first issue for 2018 we talk about our fire-fighting foam investigation, let you know about our on-board inspection of the Amazon Warrior, tell you about the GMO cancer treatment we've approved, give you insight into our national hui, and much more.
In our last issue for 2017 we explain the rules for managing hazardous substances and how they've changed, invite you to check out our brand new website, show you how we celebrated 20 years of Nga Kaihautu Tikanga Taiao – our Māori advisory committee – talk you through our approval process for Auckland Zoo's new crocodile, and much more.