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Recycling through the cities

Written by Robinsons Relo
Storage Specialist

New Zealand is known for being one of the most environmentally friendly countries around the globe.

And if you are international movers to New Zealand, you will need to comply with this act to ensure you keep within the law of the land.

The rules of recycling are similar to that of the UK, and need to be separated into the following;

  1. Plastics (separated into grade one and two)
  2. Glass that has been rinsed
  3. Paper and cardboard
  4. Aluminium and steel cans.

Recycle centres have been installed across the country, with weekly collections across many of the major cities, including, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Wellington and Whangerei. Collections for Auckland and Napier are fortnightly.

When looking to move abroad with your personal belongings, there are many rules and regulations you need to know and fully understand before you set sail.

However, with so much to do before you move, there is little time to check all the information you need to know before you arrive, rather clueless at your final destination.

To relieve the stress, international movers should look to employ an overseas removals company to deal with all of their packing and distributing of their personal belongings.

Robinsons removals company have over 100 years experience in the industry, giving you the full assurance you need in knowing that your items will arrive in one piece, while you enjoy your new trip to your new destination.


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