Fonterra’s Stirling site announces plans to get out of coal
As Minister for Energy and Resources Hon Dr Megan Woods officially opened Fonterra’s wood pellet boiler at its Te Awamutu plant, the Co-operative announced details for its next site to exit coal - Stirling cheese plant in Otago.
Living Water protecting internationally significant wetlands
DOC and Fonterra’s Living Water partnership is helping protect two of the world’s most significant wetlands, through a major initiative that brings together farmers, scientists, councils, mana whenua and communities.
Fonterra Edendale dryer back online
Updates on the ED4 dryer after the silo collapse. Chief Operating Officer Global Operations Robert Spurway discusses developments on the dryer and what is being done to research the silo collapse.
Smart tanker partnership wins award
The Southland District Council won the Chorus Excellence Award for Best Practice in Infrastructure Management at the Local Government New Zealand Awards in Dunedin. Read more about their project, and the partnership between Fonterra and the Southland District Council.
Fonterra milk for schools rolls into Southland and Otago
An early morning farm visit and a small convoy of milk tankers, tractors and buses through the main street of Invercargill heralded the start of the nationwide rollout of Fonterra Milk for Schools today.