Pollution Time Bombs - Managing Landfill at our Dynamic Shore'

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Pollution Time Bombs - Managing Landfill at our Dynamic Shore'

Across New Zealand, low-lying coastal lands, river banks and estuaries have been used for landfill, industrial and other waste sites for decades. In some instances, waste has even been used to reclaim land. Over time, the effects of coastal erosion and inundation as well as catchment flooding have resulted in waste becoming exposed, littering our shorelines and marine environment to untold detriment.

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