Improving our region's air quality is one of Bay of Plenty Regional Council's priorities.
Our coastline stretches from Lottin Point in the east to Waihi Beach in the west and includes many harbours and estuaries.
Features of the Rotorua geothermal field are sinter cones, mud pools, geysers, springs, and hot pools.
Swimming water quality for more than 80 popular coastal, river and lake recreation sites around the Bay of Plenty.
Rainfall, river levels, soil moisture levels and the wave buoy are all part of our live monitoring section.
Bay of Plenty Regional Council works with landowners to manage and protect the region's soils.
Pests are unwanted animals or plants in our environment. Bay of Plenty Regional Council has developed the Regional Pest Management Plan.
Protecting our environment from pollution is an important role for Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
Resource Consents help us manage the environment, through the Resource Management Act 1991.
Managing our rivers and drainage schemes is important - especially in times of flood.
From the Rotorua Lakes to our geothermal resources - Bay of Plenty has many responsibilities with fresh water.