Refuse and refuse disposal

City dumps, Garbage, Rubbish, Tips (Landfills), Waste disposal
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Date: 1969-1972 From: Hutt County Council : Records Ref: 84-223-164/Pt3 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: 1993 From: Scott, Thomas 1947- :Editorial cartoons. 4 October - 24 December 1993 Ref: H-113-060 Description: Shows a tramp foraging in a rubbish bin and pulling out a piece of Christmas cake. He remarks to his companion who is lying on the ground that the scraps ar...
Date: 1961 From: Lodge, Nevile Sidney 1918-1989 :[Archive of original cartoons for the Evening Post and Sports Post, 1941 to 1988] Ref: B-137-420 Description: Cartoon shows a couple surveying a huge tree trunk that has uprooted and is lying in their garden. Their neighbour, on his way to work, comments that he deos...
Date: 1971 - 1972 From: [Posters concerning the environment and environmental protection. 1970-1976]. Ref: Eph-C-ENVIRONMENT-1972-01 Description: Shows a rubbish tin bearing the logo of a kiwi putting litter into a waste basket with its foot. Beside the tin is a variety of rubbish lying on the grass in...
Date: 1977 From: [Posters concerning the environment and environmental protection. 1970s]. By: Simpson, Colin, active 1977; Canta (Periodical) Ref: Eph-D-ENVIRONMENT-1977-01 Description: Shows a duck and two ducklings swimming past empty bottles and other rubbish in a river or pond. Quantity: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) on poster.. Phys...
Date: 1990 By: South Pacific Commission; Stredder Print Ltd Ref: Eph-E-HEALTH-1987-01 Description: Poster shows six panels of illustrations about preventing disease:Drink safe water Keep your house clean Use a proper toilet Collect and bury garbage Stop fl...
Date: 1992 From: [Posters concerning the environment and environmental protection. 1990s] By: Nelson Environment Centre Ref: Eph-C-ENVIRONMENT-1992-01 Description: Poster advocating alternatives to environmentally damaging disposable pads and nappies, lists the advantages to the environment and ones personal finances. ...
Date: 1970 - 1976 By: Ball, Murray Hone, 1939-2017; Coalition for Open Government (N.Z.); Friends of the Earth; Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923-; Native Forests Action Council (N.Z.); National Anti-Litter Campaign Council (N.Z.); National Conservation Week Campaign Committee (N.Z.); Project Jonah N.Z.; Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand; Wellington Save Manapouri Committee; World Wildlife Fund of New Zealand Ref: Eph-C-ENVIRONMENT-1970/1976 Description: 1970s: Friends of the Earth. Pollution Solution .[Bicycle..197-]. National Anti-Litter Campaign Council. Don't rubbish New Zealand. Be a tidy kiwi (2 copies...
Date: 1977 - 1979 Ref: Eph-C-ENVIRONMENT-1977/1979 Description: Includes: 1977: It may not be much but its all we've got... [1977] Project Jonah. The Whale Show, [1977]. National Conservation Week Campaign Committee. Ca...
Date: 1979 By: Christchurch (N.Z.). City Council Ref: Eph-C-WASTE-1979-01 Description: A calendar for March through to August 1979, showing the days on which certain types of recyclable material will be collected by the Christchurch City Counc...
Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :Orewa Waste Disposal Ltd. Otago Daily Times, 2 February 2005.
Date: 2005 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DX-022-176 Description: A rubbish collector empties a rubbish tin labelled Rich in his rubbish truck. A tin labelled Te Hue Hue already lies empty on the ground. Refers to National ...
Date: ca 1948 - 1966 From: New Zealand Free Lance : Photographic prints and negatives By: Ian Hulse Photography Ref: PAColl-0785-1-018 Description: Photographs of Lower Hutt, Petone and Wellington city, taken circa 1948 to 1966, for publication in the New Zealand Free Lance. Included are photographs of s...
Date: Apr 1949 From: New Zealand Free Lance : Photographic prints and negatives Ref: PAColl-0785-1-181 Description: Photographs for publication in NZ Free Lance, Apr 1949 Scene at the civic reception held in Dixon Park, Greymouth to honour the visit of HMNZS Kaniere, one o...
Workers who manned the Wellington City Council rubbish destructor
Date: [1908?] From: Smith, Sydney Charles, 1888-1972: Photographs of New Zealand Ref: 1/1-020047-G Description: Workers who manned the Wellington City Council rubbish destructor. Photograph taken in (1908?) by Sydney Charles Smith. Source of descriptive information - ...
Workers who manned the Wellington City Council rubbish destructor
Date: [1908?] From: Smith, Sydney Charles, 1888-1972: Photographs of New Zealand Ref: 1/1-020048-G Description: Workers who manned the Wellington City Council rubbish destructor. Photograph taken in (1908?) by Sydney Charles Smith. Relationship complexity - A similar ...
Be fair, our discipline and error rate was excellent in the haka.." 2 August 2009
Date: 2009 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0011937 Description: A stinking can of rubbish stands on a football field. A voice from amongst the rubbish says peevishly that 'our discipline and error rate was excellent in th...
"We are NOT price gouging!" "WE believe you pal!" 21 May 2009
Date: 2009 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0011327 Description: One rubbish bin full of garbage that represents 'NZ Power Companies' indignantly refutes an accusation that they are price gouging and a second rubbish bin, ...
"How DARE ANYONE examine US close up?!! 'Paying for Tame Iti to appear on TVNZ's 'Close up' show not on says PM. 7 February, 2008
Date: 2008 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0005545 Description: Shows television news and current affairs presenter, Mark Sainsbury, standing in a rubbish bin labelled 'TVNZ Current Affairs'. He holds a newspaper with an ...
TELECOM. "Wearing our PR hat for a moment I'd have to say that it's hard to fathom where this perception that our service is rubbish comes from..." 21 February 2010
Date: 2010 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0013745 Description: A spokesman for Telecom (CEO Paul Reynolds?) sits at a table with a rubbish tin lid on his head and says that it is hard to fathom where the perception that ...
"Whew! That smell is starting to permeate. I better do something about it.." 13 November 2009
Date: 2009 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0012804 Description: In the first of two frames Prime Minister John Key finds himself stepping into effluent from a stinking and overflowing ribbish bin that represents 'Harawir...