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The Waste Minimisation Fund

We are currently determining how the COVID-19 response will impact the 2020 WMF funding round timeline. A decision is expected by the end of April, and will be posted on this website. To be kept up to date on developments email with WMF Registration of Interest in the subject line. 

Te Pūtea Whakamauru Para

Ko Te Pūtea Whakamauru Para he pūtea tautoko i ngā mahi hāpai i te whakamaurutanga para, kia oti rānei te whakmaurutanga para. Ko te whāinga o tēnei pūtea tautoko he whakapiki i ngā mahi tiaki rawa, te whakamahinga anō o ngā taonga me ngā taputapu, te whakaora me te hangarua, me te pāitiiti i ngā para ka tae atu ki ngā ruapara.

The Waste Minimisation Fund funds projects that promote or achieve waste minimisation. By supporting these projects the fund increases resource efficiency, reuse, recovery and recycling and decreases waste to landfill. The waste disposal levy is the source of revenue for the fund.

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