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NPDC New Plymouth WWTP Annual Report 2022-2023

Waiwhakaiho and Bell Block and as such signage remains in place at these locations to advise against collecting shellfish. There were eight unauthorised incidents that occurred at the NPWWTP during the year; three due to blockages, two due to heavy rainfall, and three due to operator errors. Four events were recorded for sewer pump stations (all due to high rainfall), and a further 15 reticulation overflows (the majority of which were due to high rainfall or blockages due to fat and/or wet

Transforming Taranaki

into our waterways. Nutrient contamination results from point and non- point (diffuse) source discharges to water and is strongly associated with intensive land use. As a general rule, high levels of nitrogen and phosphorus, in particular, contribute to the excessive (nuisance) growth of plants, including algae, which, in turn, can smother the instream habitat, affect the attractiveness of water for swimming or as a habitat for fish, impede water flows and block water intakes.

Remediation hearing - submitters' expert evidence - Ngāti Mutunga (Katie Jane Beecroft)

over a future term of consent. 71 Mr Kay’s evidence (Table 14) indicates 478 kg N/ha/year to be applied to the 13.18 irrigation blocks under the 1,000 m3/year compost application and 584 kg N/ha/year to be applied to the 6 AEE 7.3.3 Commentary on soil sampling results and specific concerns raised by TRC page 14 13.18 irrigation blocks under the 1,000 m3/year compost application. This level of nitrogen application is high. The Applicant notes that an application

Application form CURRENT Part B Land use use of beds of lakes rivers and bores 3184084

in Section 9 (Fees and charges) of Form A  To install and/or use a culvert in, on or over the bed of a river or lake  To dam a stream  To realign or divert a waterway  To excavate, drill, tunnel, disturb or deposit material on the bed on a river or lake  To install a structure (that is not one of the structures above)  To drill a bore or well  Total number of land use consents applying for on this form

Riparian management plans

is what you need to ensureAs at 2020, most farmers are well on the way to completely protecting the waterways on their properties. Those lagging are highly likely to face regulatory measures and costs. Implement your plan in manageable stages, season by season. Ensure it's part of your annual work plan and budget. If you've got a 'regionally significant wetland' on your ring plain or coastal terrace property, it must be fenced as part of your riparian plan. They are wetlands that contain at least

Riparian management plans

is what you need to ensureAs at 2020, most farmers are well on the way to completely protecting the waterways on their properties. Those lagging are highly likely to face regulatory measures and costs. Implement your plan in manageable stages, season by season. Ensure it's part of your annual work plan and budget. If you've got a 'regionally significant wetland' on your ring plain or coastal terrace property, it must be fenced as part of your riparian plan. They are wetlands that contain at least

Policy & Planning agenda March 2019

stage of the rural project  Zero-density possum trial commenced - virtual barrier tracks complete and trap installation progressing, zero possum Block A control complete. For further information, please refer to the February 2019 quarterly report attached to this item. Decision-making considerations Part 6 (Planning, decision-making and accountability) of the Local Government Act 2002 has been considered and documented in the preparation of this agenda item. The

Public to have a say on Better Travel Choices strategy and managing speeds

get the balance right between safety and road user convenience, and I encourage everyone in Taranaki to take part in the discussion.” Following the community conversation, the feedback will be used to finalise the Better Travel Choices for Taranaki strategy and the three Speed Management Plans. TRC will then use these as building blocks when the next Regional Land Transport Plan (RLTP) for Taranaki is developed and there will be a chance for the public to have their say on that plan in early 2024.

Revised Assessment of Environmental Effects (AEE) - June 2020

.............................................................................................................. 36 2.6.2.3 Chemistry of discharge ................................................................................................................................................. 38 2.7 MANAGEMENT OF IRRIGATION AND IRRIGATION BLOCKS ............................................................................................. 40 2.7.1 Irrigation Block Management Plan …

Solid waste disposal

consent. Call the Council on 0800 736 22 or email consents@trc.govt.nz. Seepage or runoffYou can discharge solid material or wastewater from industrial or trade premises to on to land without a consent if you can meet these conditions: You discharge only waste from your own property. The discharge causes no ponding of water. No waste or runoff enters water. The discharge point is more than 25m from a waterway and more than 50 from any well or spring used as a water supply. The discharge is not