Culvert Tag

Understanding the impact of new freshwater regulations on farms and farm management Wetland protections and standards for intensive winter grazing are among the first of the new freshwater regulations to take effect. We’ve developed this short paper to provide an overview of all the freshwater regulations,...

A growing body of evidence is identifying plastic pipes as the sustainable choice for development — now and in the future. Plastic piping systems are strong, durable, light-weight and flexible, requiring significantly less energy to fabricate, transport and install than either the metal or concrete alternatives....

Upgrade your knowledge on culverts and help your customers by taking our simple, easy to use online course. The estimated time to complete each module is 40-60 minutes. You can stop and start whenever you need to, it doesn’t have to be completed in one go....

Farmers often ask the question, ‘do we use PVC culvert or twin-wall HDPE culvert?’ PVC culvert has long been the traditional plastic culvert, used in New Zealand for decades. It has typically been made from a regrind PVC to lower costs. Some quality PVC culvert pipes...

The role of instream culverts in fish passage in New Zealand Poorly designed instream structures (including culverts, weirs and dams) are a significant contributing factor in the declining populations of New Zealand’s native freshwater fish. According to DOC, about 70% of New Zealand’s native fish are threatened...

EUROFLO® GO-IN SYSTEM SEALS THE DEAL FOR THAMES DRAINAGE When it came time to bring an existing section of drainage up to spec and cover in a Council-owned partially open drain, the contractor Thames Drainage wanted to find the best product for the job. The pipe they...

EUROFLO helps Northland nursery project flow smoothly A Northland project to build an 11 hectare nursery from ‘below the ground up’ has used EUROFLO® pipes in the subsurface drainage system. The project involved the conversion of grassland, previously beef grazing land, into a large nursery site at...