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19
Aug

EUROFLO slotted pipe in National Park drainage solution

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RUAPEHU DISTRICT COUNCIL’S PARK & RIDE FACILITY USES EUROFLO® SLOTTED PIPE IN ‘RAIN GARDENS’ DRAINAGE SOLUTION

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14
May

EUROFLO® Simplifies Culvert Replacement

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EUROFLO® SIMPLIFIES CULVERT REPLACEMENT IN STREAM FOR SOUTH OTAGO FARMER

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27
Mar

Better farm drainage with EUROFLO slotted pipe

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EUROFLO slotted pipe saves time and delivers better farm drainage

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07
Mar

EUROFLO crossings create access and efficiency on farm

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CROSSINGS CREATE EASY ACCESS AND EFFICIENCY ON WYNDHAM DAIRY FARM

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18
Feb

Cut project costs with EUROFLO

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EUROFLO® MEETS COUNCIL SPECS, CUTS PROJECT COSTS AND HASSLE

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17
Sep

EUROFLO Miminises Earthworks in Culvert Project

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A request from Ashburton District Council to replace a rusted out Armco corrugated steel culvert could have resulted in an expensive, time-consuming project but Ashburton Contracting Ltd came up with a cost-effective solution using EUROFLO®.

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20
Jul

EUROFLO Tough Enough for Roading Projects

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EUROFLO® PROVING TOUGH ENOUGH FOR ROADING PROJECTS IN WAIMAKARIRI

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15
Jun

EUROFLO Culvert Pipe Supporting Safer Roads

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A dangerous corner on Te Waka Road in the Hastings region has been made much safer thanks to a modified road design supported by EUROFLO® culvert pipe.

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14
Jun

EUROFLO Slides into Action

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When the team at Wanaka-based company Aquascape was asked to create a water play area at a local childcare centre they found some creative uses for EUROFLO® culvert pipes.

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23
May

Protecting waterways with culverts

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Water quality in New Zealand rivers, streams, lakes and wetlands is under pressure from a range of farming, industry and urban activities. Farmers have already made massive progress in excluding stock from waterways but there is still work to be done to meet the requirements set by the Sustainable Dairying: Water Accord.

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