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Holistic Catchment Management for Healthier Waters

February 3, 2017

Recent Articles in the Herald highlighted the pollution caused by the 122 active sewage overflow pipes spread throughout Auckland. There are hundreds of beaches in close proximity to the city there are plenty of opportunities for people to interact with the water. Whether swimming, sailing or surfing, Auckland is a city of water lovers, and water […]

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Partnership with Bestmann Green System

January 23, 2017

We are really excited to announce that Clean Stream Consultants has signed a partnership with Bestmann Green Systems ®. BGS – Bestmann Green Systems® is one of the world’s leading producers of environmental engineering products and applications.

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Soft Engineering Solutions

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November 17, 2016

Flood management strategies generally involve multiple engineering projects that can fall under one of two categories. Hard engineering projects are ones that involve the construction of artificial structures that, through a combination of science, technology and a bit of brute force, prevent a river from flooding. Soft engineering projects are the opposite.

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A Holistic Approach To Modern Urban Developments

June 23, 2016

Modern urban developments have significantly improved over the years, and now take a holistic approach to the wider surrounds. Wetland creation or rehabilitation is now a crucial component of every residential development, and for good reason. These areas are designed as storm water staging areas which enable less stress to be placed on underground pipes […]

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The Protection Of Native Ecosystems In The Modern World

June 15, 2016

Debate surrounding the protection of native ecosystems in the modern world often brings a vast array of stakeholders together with differing views and motivations regarding native areas and their perceived value in contemporary society. Should native areas be preserved for future generations at the risk of impeding economic activity or is there a more important […]

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