Our Environmental Health Indicators give you information and statistics on how the environment affects the health of New Zealanders. Our team is part of the Centre for Public Health Research, Massey University, and offers research, training and consultancy services.
Monitoring New Zealand’s Environmental Health
- There were no breaches of carbon monoxide in 2013
Our latest factsheet on the annual average carbon monoxide concentrations in New Zealand is now available. It showed that all 21 monitored sites met the carbon monoxide national standard in 2013. Find out more here or download the facsheet.
- People in the North Island were more likely to be supplied with microbiologically compliant drinking-water
We have released a new factsheet on the estimated number of people with access to safe drinking-water supplies. It showed that four in five New Zealanders received drinking-water that met all the requirements for the drinking-water standard. Read more or download the factsheet.
- Most monitoring sites met nitrogen dioxide guidelines in 2013
We have released a new factsheet on the annual average nitrogen dioxide concentration in air in New Zealand. It showed that the most monitoring sites met nitrogen dioxide guidelines in 2013. Read more or download the factsheet.
Get more regional data at CPHROnline
You can explore geographic health and population data for New Zealand on our CPHROnline website.