The National Product Stewardship Roadshow

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The Sustainable Business Network presents: The National Product Stewardship Campaign.

About this Event

Are you responsible for what you sell?

Boost your business with a product take back scheme

Find out how you can meet the challenge by setting up a voluntary product stewardship scheme, with a focus on returning products for reprocessing.

This workshop will show you how to:

  • give your customers ‘end of life’ solutions, not problems
  • respond to potential law changes
  • return valuable resources into your business

We’ll give you inside knowledge from successful businesses who are already doing this.

You will leave with the right tools to establish your business’ product stewardship potential, build a business case and begin the process.

Are you eligible to attend?

Eligible attendees for these event are people from organisations responsible for the manufacture, distribution or selling of physical products.

If you are not involved in such an organisation but are still interested in attending please email

Be part of the circular economy.

The workshop is free. Spaces are limited. Book now!

Event details:

Auckland: 22 October, 3.00-6.00pm, Ellen Melville Centre, 2 Freyberg Pl, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1000

Tauranga: 24 October, 3.00-6.00pm, Basestation, 148 Durham St, Tauranga, 3110

Christchurch: 5 November, 3.00-6.00pm, Visions Restaurant, Ara Institute of Canterbury, 130 Madras Street, Christchurch

Dunedin: 6 November, 3.00-6.00pm, University of Otago Business School, 60 Clyde St, North Dunedin, Dunedin 9016

Wellington: 7 November, 3.00-6.00pm, NZ Post, 7 Waterloo Quay, Pipitea, Wellington 6011

Any enquiries please email

The focus of the campaign is on voluntary product stewardship schemes and we direct those businesses involved in the Government proposed priority products (tyres, electrical goods, agrichemicals, refrigerants and other GHG’s, farm plastics, packaging) to make a submission on the Ministry for the Environments proposed priority products and priority product stewardship guidelines consultation document.

Financial support for this project has been received from the Waste Minimisation Fund, which is administered by the Ministry for the Environment.

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