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With no additional funding - $90 million capital spend over three years

Illustration of a wheelie bin, recycle truck, a pest trap and a rat, with nikau palms and green hills in the background.

We would be able to:

  • deliver our existing Community Recycling Centres programme
  • deliver projects funded by the Natural Environment Targeted Rate
  • undertake engineering work such as the completion of the Rawene slip remediation, upgrades of leachate systems, and some urgent landfill land stability works.

The implications of no additional funding would expose us to more risk.

This would mean:

  • delaying the standardisation of the kerbside waste services across the city
  • delayed track upgrades which could put more kauri trees at risk from kauri dieback disease
  • delays in engineering work, including urgent closed landfill stabilisation works in Rosedale and Waikowhai.

With additional funding of $10 million proposed - $100 million capital spend over three years

Illustration of a construction worker with their hands on their hips and wearing a hard hat.

We could also deliver:

  • work at Waikowhai Landfill to stabilise slopes and address health and safety concerns
  • mitigation of risks relating to the Rosedale closed landfill gas management system and slope stabilisation.

You should know

This is a highlight of the key topics in the 10-year Budget 2021-2031. See page 26 of the 10-year Budget 2021-2031 Consultation Document for complete information and financial details.

With no additional funding - $90 million capital spend over three years

Illustration of a wheelie bin, recycle truck, a pest trap and a rat, with nikau palms and green hills in the background.

We would be able to:

  • deliver our existing Community Recycling Centres programme
  • deliver projects funded by the Natural Environment Targeted Rate
  • undertake engineering work such as the completion of the Rawene slip remediation, upgrades of leachate systems, and some urgent landfill land stability works.

The implications of no additional funding would expose us to more risk.

This would mean:

  • delaying the standardisation of the kerbside waste services across the city
  • delayed track upgrades which could put more kauri trees at risk from kauri dieback disease
  • delays in engineering work, including urgent closed landfill stabilisation works in Rosedale and Waikowhai.

With additional funding of $10 million proposed - $100 million capital spend over three years

Illustration of a construction worker with their hands on their hips and wearing a hard hat.

We could also deliver:

  • work at Waikowhai Landfill to stabilise slopes and address health and safety concerns
  • mitigation of risks relating to the Rosedale closed landfill gas management system and slope stabilisation.

You should know

This is a highlight of the key topics in the 10-year Budget 2021-2031. See page 26 of the 10-year Budget 2021-2031 Consultation Document for complete information and financial details.