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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 sends letters out to property owners who have woodburners or pellet fires that are at least 15 years old. The letter informs them of the date they are not a ...
I own a heritage listed house in Rangiora. Will I qualify for an exemption from the ban on open fires and solid fuel burners?
Can an investigating enforcement officer issue an infringement notice if the occupier is out or does not answer the door?
What is a Regional Land Transport Strategy?
I want to report illegal or unsafe disposal of asbestos, who should I contact?
Who should I contact if there is, or may be, asbestos in my home?
There is a building being demolished and I am worried that there is asbestos that has not been removed. Who should I contact?
How will you help people learn more about burning better?
What is Environment Canterbury’s overall approach?
Page created: 5/10/2009. Last updated: 5/10/2009.
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