13 September 2018
Two moths may now be imported into New Zealand to combat invasive horehound.
05 September 2018
We are calling for submissions on an application by Bayer New Zealand Limited to approve a fungicide called Vimoy Iblon to be used to protect cereal crops.
29 August 2018
Wellington’s rugby players will be taking a lead role in helping to keep New Zealand families safe around hazardous substances by partnering with the Environmen...
28 August 2018
We have just added the Annual HSNO Enforcement Report 2017 to the monitoring reports available on our website, as part of our Open Book policy.
The High Court decision on the appeals against the granting of marine consents to Trans-Tasman Resources Limited (TTRL) has been released.
23 August 2018
The samurai wasp, an organism new to New Zealand, can now be used to fight any invasion by the brown marmorated stink bug, following a decision by the Environme...
20 August 2018
We have declined an application to determine whether grounds for a reassessment of methyl bromide’s flammable gas classification existed.
16 August 2018
Minister for Climate Change James Shaw and Minister for Forestry Shane Jones have announced that the Government will be consulting on two sets of proposed impro...
13 August 2018
We are calling for information about three neonicotinoid pesticides to understand how and where they are being used within New Zealand.
10 August 2018
We are not aware of any evidence that fire-fighting foams manufactured using PFOS or PFOA continue to be discharged into the environment, as recently reported b...