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This report is a summation of many years of work with communities around New Zealand. It is intended to guide non-Māori towards knowing how to ask the right questions in their conversations and engagement with local hapū and Iwi regarding biowaste and biosolids issues.
CIBR researchers have developed, implemented and evaluated a number of community engagement methods over the years while Lowe Environmental Impact (LEI) brought practical experience and processes required to satisfy regulatory and environmental requirements. Together, their collective experience has developed this Community Engagement Framework for the management of biowastes that provides a pathway to meet the requirements of the Resource Management Act, Local Government Act and the Treaty of Waitangi.
This report was prepared for CIBR by Lowe Environmental Impact (LEI). The report identifies the key drivers of greywater reuse in New Zealand and examines how these drivers may influence research on the effects of greywater reuse.