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Are you going to ban woodburners and open fires at any stage in the future?
From 1 April 2010 residents in Christchurch's Clean Air zone will not be able to use their open fires or solid fuel burners older than 15 years during the winter months. The ...
Does the Authorisation number on the Approved Woodburner list indicate when the fire has to be removed from my home?
No that is not the case. The Authorisation number indicates that a particular model of woodburner meets Environment Canterbury's air emissions standards and is able to be installe ...
I have been sold wet firewood. What can I do about it?
The Consumer Guarantees Act, administered by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, covers the supply of firewood. This requires that goods must be fit for the purpose they are sold/bo ...
What does the Authorisation number on the Approved Woodburner list mean?
When a woodburner manufacturer wishes to sell a particular model of woodburner in Christchurch they must submit information to Environment Canterbury to prove that their burner me ...
Why have I received a letter about my old woodburner?
Environment Canterbury has begun sending letters out to property owners who have woodburners that are at least 15 years old. The letter informs them of the date they will not be a ...
Why has Environment Canterbury decided to split the Water Science charges by zones rather than spreading it across the whole region?
What is the difference between the Water Science Consent Holder Charge and the resource consent compliance monitoring charges I already pay?
What consultation has Environment Canterbury engaged in with the community regarding the Water Science Consent Holder Charge?
What types of resource consents will incur the Water Science Consent Holder Charge?
How can I find out what work the Water Science Charges will fund in my region?
What will happen if I don’t notify Environment Canterbury when I burn vegetation in hill and high country areas?
What do I need to do if I want to burn vegetation in hill and high country areas?
When can I burn vegetation in hill and high country areas?
What is the Water Science Consent Holder Charge?
What sort of work does the Water Science Consent Holder Charge fund?
Page created: 5/10/2009. Last updated: 5/10/2009.
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