Monitored consent-holders include farmers and others taking water for irrigation, piggeries and a fertiliser storage area.
These reports relate to permits held by New Plymouth and South Taranaki District Council for structures such as jetties, outfalls, boat ramps and erosion protection measures.
Monitored consent holders include Taranaki's major industries, as well as smaller operations. The latter are typically grouped by activity class or by location.
These reports cover monitoring programmes at sites that are currently operational and at sites that are now closed.
Many of these reports relate to one-off operations of an exploratory nature.
Hydraulic fracturing is commonly referred to as fraccing, fracking or hydrofraccing.
These monitored consent holders process oil and gas from onshore and offshore oil and gas fields in Taranaki.
These reports cover the processes known as landfarming and deep well injection.
These monitored consent holders operate at a number of sites across the region.
These reports cover large-scale municipal systems and as well as those serving small communities.
These reports cover the major water supply schemes in all three Districts in Taranaki.