New Zealand is the most isolated nation in the world, filled with the most beautiful landscapes, with its rolling green hills, and vast lush fields. This is compromised by its inefficient recycling industry, lack of awareness and industry cohesion, coupled with the inattentiveness from previous governments, which has led to the recycling industry in New Zealand sitting decades behind other OECD countries.
In the last 6-12 months, we have laid witness to an outstanding resurgence of government policies, a catastrophic growth in awareness and commitment to push blood into the heart of New Zealand’s recycling industry. What we are currently witnessing is a Recycling Revolution.
Take a look at all the recent lines of action contributing to this revolution in the following headlines: