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Free waste recycling scheme could turn into a dip into ratepayers’ pockets

Northland Waste and Auckland Council at odds over the future of Warkworth transfer station. 

Sally Lindsay
Fri, 09 Jun 2017

A waste recycling scheme costing Warkworth ratepayers nothing could be taken over as a community recycling scheme at a cost of hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.

Privately-owned company Northland Waste has the lease and operating contract on the Auckland Council-owned transfer station at

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Sally Lindsay
Fri, 09 Jun 2017
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