Levin Landfill Feedback Sought

March 27, 2018

The Horowhenua District Council wants community feedback to stop the Levin Landfill from getting full.


If the landfill continues to be used, it’s expected to be completely full by 2030.


The council has come up with three possible options: close the landfill, use it for Horowhenua waste only or continue using it.


The cost estimates for these options range from 'no cost', to a $2.5 million impact on rates if the landfill closes.


Council Environmental Engineer Ryan Hughes says the option of closing the landfill raises several factors, most of them having a financial impact for Council and Horowhenua ratepayers.


The council wants feedback through formal submissions or a survey, asking residents what issues the Council should prioritise, in developing the strategy for the Levin Landfill.

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