Industry

Monitored consent holders include Taranaki's major industries, as well as smaller operations. The latter are typically grouped by activity class or by location.

Ample Group Ltd

The Ample Group Ltd (formerly Gold International Meat Processors and Taranaki Abattoirs Ltd) abattoir and rendering plant on Mountain Rd, Stratford, has six resource consents allowing the company to take and use water, discharge effluent and stormwater into the Kahouri Stream, discharge wastewater and degenerating product to land and discharge emissions to the air.

Ample Group monitoring report 2019-2020 (872 KB pdf) Earlier reports

ANZCO Foods Eltham Ltd (Riverlands Eltham)

ANZCO’s meat processing plant at Eltham has 11 resource consents allowing the company to take and use water, discharge effluent and stormwater into the Waingongoro River, discharge effluent and solids to land, emissions into the air, and for structures in watercourses.

ANZCO Eltham consent monitoring report 2018-2019 (1.2 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Ballance Agri-Nutrients (Kapuni) Ltd

The Ballance Agri-Nutrients ammonia urea plant near Kapuni has seven resource consents allowing the company to take water from the Waingongoro River, the Kapuni Stream and from groundwater, to discharge to land and to the Kapuni Stream, and to discharge emissions to the air.

Ballance Kapuni consent monitoring 2019-2020 (2.2 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Contact Energy Stratford Power Station

Contact holds resource consents for the power station on SH43 near Stratford, providing for three gas-fired plants. Prior to 2018-2019, it was reported on in conjunction with the Ahuroa Gas Storage Facility. This facility now has a new operator and is reported on in the 'Oil & gas - production' category.

Stratford Power Station consent monitoring 2018-2019 (2.5 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Dow AgroSciences (NZ) Ltd

Fonterra Kapuni

Fonterra’s lactose plant on Manaia Rd, Kapuni, has 19 resource consents allowing the company to take and use water, discharge stormwater and cooling water into the Kaupokonui River and Motumate Stream, discharge wastes to land and discharge emissions to air.

Fonterra Kapuni consent monitoring 2018-2019 (4 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Fonterra Whareroa

Fonterra’s dairy processing complex on Whareroa Rd, Hawera, has 26 resource consents allowing the abstraction of water from the Wawhiti Stream and Tangahoe River, discharge of wastewater to those waterways, discharge of stormwater to tributaries of those waterways and an unnamed coastal stream, discharge of stormwater and sediment to land, discharge of wastewater to sea, discharge of waste to waste pits, discharge of dairy liquids to land and discharge of emissions to air.

Fonterra Whareroa consent monitoring 2018-2019 (1.9 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Mangati catchment (Bell Block industrial area)

Consent holders operating in this urban Bell Block catchment include First Gas Ltd, Barton Holdings Ltd, Greymouth Petroleum Acquisitions Co Litd, Halliburton NZ Ltd, J Swap Contractors Ltd, McKechniie Aluminium Solutions Ltd, NPDC, Nexans NZ Ltd, OMV NZ Ltd, Schlumberger NZ Ltd, Tasman Oil Tools Ltd, Tegel Foods Ltd, TIL Freighting Ltd and W Abraham Ltd.

Mangati catchment consent monitoring 2018-2019 (3 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Mangapouri Cemetery

Methanex Motunui and Waitara Valley

Methanex holds resource consents relating to its sites, allowing it to take and use water from two points on the Waitara River, discharge effluent/stormwater into the Manu and Waihi Streams and a tributary of the Waitara River, and to the Tasman via the Waitara marine outfall, to discharge emissions to air, and for a structure in the Waitara River related to the water take.

Methanex consent monitoring 2018-2019 (6.4 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Opunake Power Ltd

Opunake Power Ltd has eight consents allowing it to take and use water from the Waiaua River, discharge water into the Tasman Sea, discharge sand into the Waiaua River, disturb the bed of the Waiaua River and Lake Opunake, and for structures associated with its hydro scheme.

Opunake Power consent monitoring 2017-2018 (823 KB pdf) Earlier reports

Pacific Natural Gut String Company

The Pacific Natural Gut String Company’s processing plant on SH45 west of Manaia has a resource consent allowing the company to discharge wastewater directly to the Tasman Sea.

Annual report 2016-2017 (661 KB pdf) Earlier reports

Port area industrial catchments

Monitored consent holders operating in these urban New Plymouth catchments (Hongihongi & Herekawe) include Quantem (formerly Bulk Storage Terminals), Port Taranaki Ltd, Liquigas Ltd, Z Energy Ltd, OMV Taranaki Ltd, NZ Oil Services Ltd, Methanex Motunui Ltd, Beach Energy Resources NZ (Kupe) Ltd, OMV, Fonterra and Molten Metals.

Port catchments consent monitoring 2019-2020 (2 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Port Taranaki Ltd maintenance dredging

Port Taranaki Ltd has three resource consents allowing it to dredge accumulated sediments within the port and to discharge sediment into inshore and offshore disposal areas in the Tasman Sea.

PTL dredging consent monitoring 2018-2020 (1.2 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Renewable Power Ltd Normanby hydro scheme

Renewable Power Ltd has three resource consents allowing it to take and use water and to operate a weir for its hydro power station on the Waingongoro River on Normanby Rd at Okaiawa.

Annual report 2016-2017 (1.3 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Silver Fern Farms Waitōtara

The Silver Fern Farms meat processing plant on Wai-inu Beach Road, Waitōtara, has four resource consents allowing the company to take and use water, discharge wastes by spray irrigation to land, discharge stormwater and cooling water to a tributary of the Waitōtara River and to discharge emissions to the air.

Silver Fern Farms Waitōtara consent monitoring 2018-2019 (975 KB pdf) Earlier reports

Taranaki By Products Ltd

Taranaki By Products Ltd holds 11 resource consents for its animal rendering operation on Kohiti Rd, Okaiawa, allowing it to take and use water, discharge to the Inaha Stream and a tributary, discharge emissions to air, and for structures in a watercourse and to realign a watercourse.

Taranaki By Products consent monitoring 2018-2019 (2.9 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Trustpower Ltd Motukawa hydro scheme

Trustpower Ltd Pātea hydro scheme

Trustpower Ltd has resource consents relating to the Pātea hydroelectric power scheme on the Pātea River near Hurleyville, the largest in Taranaki. They allow the company to dam, take and/or use water, discharge water into the river, discharge emissions into the air and for structures.

Pātea hydro scheme monitoring 2019-2020 (1.3 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Waitaha catchment (Bell Block industrial area)

Monitored consent holders operating in this urban fringe Bell Block catchment include AICA (NZ) Ltd, C&O Concrete Products Ltd, Energyworks Ltd, Greymouth Facilities Ltd, Intergroup Ltd, Meredith Scrap Metals Ltd, NPDC, Symons Property Developments Ltd, Taranaki Sawmills Ltd, TBS Coatings Ltd, Weatherford NZ Ltd/Pounamu Oilfield Services Ltd, Woodwards 2008 Ltd and Zelam Ltd.

Waitaha catchment consent monitoring 2018-2019 (6.1 MB pdf) Earlier reports

Lower Waiwhakaiho air discharges (Glen Avon-The Valley industrial area)

Lower Waiwhakaiho catchment (Fitzroy-Glen Avon-The Valley industries)

Monitored consent holders operating in this urban New Plymouth catchment include AML Ltd (Allied Concrete), Downer EDI Works Ltd, Envirowaste Services Ltd, Firth Industries Ltd, Fitzroy Engineering Group Ltd, Freight and Bulk Transport Holdings Ltd, IBR Holdings Ltd, Nankervis Family Trust, New Plymouth District Council, KiwiRail Holdings Ltd, NZ Railways Corp, Ravensdown Co-operative Fertiliser Ltd (new & old sites), Taranaki Sawmills Ltd, Waste Management NZ Ltd and Technix Group Ltd.

Lower Waiwhakaiho industries consent monitoring 2018-2019 (4.6 MB pdf) Earlier reports