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Earthmoving Taranaki – Concerns Regarding Drilling Waste Put to Rest

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A recent article in the Taranaki Daily News had the council reeling when a misinformed and misguided accusation was laid at their feet, complaining that the Taranaki Council was approving the spreading of toxic fracking and drilling wastes onto coastal land near New Plymouth airport; that will eventually be grazed by cows. A statement given by the Environmental Group Justice noted that the council was not doing its job of protecting the environment, but instead pandering to energy industry wants.
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Importance of Road Construction and Earth Moving in Taranaki

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In modern world roads are necessary for betterment of human kind and economic development. Road Construction is most important to build relations and to maintain relations between businesses and communities. It is also important to repair roads to ensure safety of the road user, as well as reducing the costs of petrol and maintenance.
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Increasing Farm Productivity With Irrigation and Land Development

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The dairy industry, along with other global food commodities, has a positive outlook with strong growth projected in consumption. The 1960-2000 trend of declining dairy commodity prices has been reversed in the last decade, with dairy commodity prices and farmer payout trending upwards in real terms since 2000.
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Benefits of Using an Experienced Earthmoving Company in Farm Land Development

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If you’re planning to carry reclaim or develop land on your farm or for a third party, then hiring an experienced earth moving contractor could make a big difference on the speed and success with which you finish this project. One of the most important things is to do a check and ensure that the contractor you hire is experienced and has the ability to carry out a project of this scope. Continue Reading