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Our Partners

WM New Zealand partners with a range of organisations in New Zealand, who share our values and are committed to working together for New Zealand’s future.

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All Heart NZ

Supports and assists our wider sustainability efforts by providing an additional reuse solution for our customers’ unwanted items by practically redirecting and repurposing redundant and unwanted items through our new sustainability consulting services.

In addition, All Heart is the preferred supplier of labour for our sustainability waste audit service.

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Business Leaders Forum

Providing support and services to senior leaders in regards to Health and Safety. Our Managing Director Evan Maehl is in their senior leadership working group.

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Climate Leaders Coalition

We’ve been a member of the Climate Leaders Coalition since 2018. CLC aims to help New Zealand transition to a low-emissions economy and create a positive future for New Zealanders, businesses, and the economy by supporting the Paris Agreement aim to keep the world below 1.5 degree of warming.

Our membership of CLC ensures we are leading the waste industry’s transition towards a low-carbon world by demonstrating best practices on how to reduce GHG emissions while collecting and safely disposing of waste generated by New Zealanders.


Diversity Works New Zealand

The national body advocating for and enabling a more inclusive Aotearoa New Zealand. Membership is made up of 700 other organisations supporting the commitment to equity and inclusion in our workplaces.

As members of Diversity Works New Zealand, we attend their annual conference that helps inspire, develop, and nurture workplace diversity and inclusion.

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Keep New Zealand Beautiful

A not-for-profit organisation working to keep communities clean, safe, and beautiful through campaigns like ‘Be a Tidy Kiwi’ and ‘Do the Right Thing’.

We support the annual KNZB Clean Up Week by providing free disposal at our transfer stations.

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New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC)

Supporting sustainable building and construction practices.

Waste Management is proactively working with the NZGBC to drive best practices for managing waste within the Building and Construction sector, through the separation of waste at source. In addition, our Head Office in Auckland is a 5-rated Greenstar building.    




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New Zealand Institute of Safety Management

New Zealand’s leading professional association for health and safety practitioners.

Supporting our HSEQ Partners through professional development with training and networking opportunities.

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Site Safe

Supporting our business health and safety needs and contractor pre-qualification.

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Sustainable Business Council

Working towards a balanced pursuit of economic growth, ecological integrity, and social progress.

The SBC provide a number of benefits for us, including providing a review of our GRI sustainability reports.

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Sustainable Business Network

We are an Impact Investor for the Sustainable Business Network and work with other companies to transition New Zealand towards a low-carbon economy.

We are also proud sponsors of the SBN Challenge Hub, which aims to help businesses solve their sustainability challenges.

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Toitū Envirocare

We are a Toitū carbon-reduce certified organisation, requiring annual independent verification of our carbon footprint and strategies to manage and reduce our carbon footprint, meeting ISO 14064 standard and the Greenhouse Gas Protocol.

We held a joint seminar alongside ToitÅ« Envirocare for the Auckland Climate Festival for the second year in 2022 and held an in-person event ‘How carbon measurement can influence and enhance your business’.


Waste & Recycling Industry Forum (WRIF)

The Waste & Recycling Industry Forum (WRIF) is the industry voice on waste and recycling matters in New Zealand, representing the companies who collect and recycle or dispose of New Zealand’s waste, servicing households and businesses in every part of the country.

The Forum works alongside the Government and waste sector stakeholders to shape policy-making and to raise public awareness and understanding.