Industry wants red tape to curb construction waste

Emma Hatton

Emma Hatton is a press gallery reporter writing for both Newsroom and Today FM.

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In a rarely-seen consensus private and public players in the building industry are calling for greater government intervention on the vexing issue of construction waste

The Environment Select Committee will today hear its last submission on the topic it has been investigating for several months – how to deal with the three million tonnes of s

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