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Beach Energy Resources Kupe Production Station Annual Report 2022-2023

number Purpose Granted Review Expires Water abstraction permit 7010-1 To take and use up to 3,500 m3/day groundwater at a maximum rate of 40 L/s as a combined total from up to seven water bores in a bore field for the purpose of horizontal directional drilling, pipeline hydro-testing, production station operation at the Kupe production station and operations at the Manutahi-D, Manutahi-C, and Kauri-F wellsites November 2006 June 2029 June 2039 Water discharge

Cheal Petroleum Ltd Cheal Production Station Annual Report 2022-2023

1. Provide bore completion log prior to exercising consent Information received Yes 2. The bore shall tap one aquifer only Bore completion log Yes 3. Annulus of bore to be sealed with grout Inspection and bore completion log Yes 4. Top of casing to be at least 300 mm above concrete pad Inspection Yes 5. Wellhead to be suitable protected from vehicle damage Site inspection Yes 6. Bore to be easily identifiable by permanent labels Site inspection Yes 7. Water sample to

Remediation New Zealand Ltd Uruti Composting Facility Annual Report 2022-2023

parameter probe) have stabilised to within 8% over a five minute period, or within three well volumes, prior to the sample being collected. A survey into contamination across the property was undertaken by the consultants PDP on behalf of the Company during the year, as directed by the Court. This survey included the installation of four additional bores in the vicinity of Pad 3 and the irrigation wastewater holding pond, in order to assess for leakage from the pond and/or Pad 3. Soil

STDC Closed Landfills Annual Report 2022-2023

municipal landfill consents and their key dates 3 Table 2 Council monitoring activity in relation to the STDC closed municipal landfills in the year under review 4 Table 3 Summary of performance for Eltham closed landfill consent 3387-3 7 Table 4 Chemical analysis of the Hāwera landfill leachate samples (RTP001008) 11 Table 5 Chemical analyses of groundwater samples from the bores at Hāwera landfill 14 Table 6 Chemical analysis of surface water in the vicinity of the Hāwera landfill

Waste Remediation Services Ltd Waikaikai Landfarm Annual Report 2022-2023

detailed in Figure 1. The predominant soil type has been identified as black loamy sand and vegetation growth consists mostly of pasture. Test pitting and the logging of boreholes on site indicated a relatively shallow water table. Test bores were augured to 10 m both around the waste holding pit area and to the south-western site boundary, revealing alternating layers of sand and clays. Bore construction also revealed localised peat layers within some augured cores (approximately 4–8 m below

Irrigation Water Annual Report 2022-2023

of the pumping bore. The potential effects of any groundwater abstraction are assessed by the Council during the processing of a resource consent application for a groundwater take. The potential page 7 impact of any new take on existing groundwater users and ecological receptors form a major component of this assessment. Groundwater levels in coastal bores should generally be maintained above mean sea level to avoid the risk of sea water intrusion into the

TRC Regional Freshwater Plan for Taranaki (amended October 2023)

......................................................... 127 Other discharges ..................................................................................................................................... 128 page iv Groundwater ............................................................................................................................................. 130 Bore or well construction .....................................................................................................................

Eltham Central Landfill Annual Report 2021-2022

Chemical sampling 11 1.4.4 Biomonitoring Surveys 11 2 Results 14 2.1 Programme management and liaison 14 2.2 Water 14 2.2.1 Results of historical surface water monitoring 14 2.2.2 Biomonitoring 19 2.2.3 Summary of historical groundwater monitoring 21 2.2.3.1 Status of groundwater monitoring bores 21 2.2.3.2 Summary of baseline groundwater monitoring programme to date 26 2.2.3.3 Baseline groundwater elevations 26 2.2.3.4 Assessment of baseline groundwater quality

Groundwater Quantity State of the Environment Monitoring Triennial Report 2017-2020

magnitude of these fluctuations is influenced by rainfall patterns, bore depth, aquifer type (confined or unconfined) and hydraulic properties, the overlying land cover, and proximity to a stable surface water boundary or groundwater discharge area (e.g. river or sea). The data collected over the last three years of monitoring at each site has also been assessed to determine the current state of groundwater levels across monitored aquifers. The assessment shows that current water levels do not …

NPDC Water Supplies Annual Report 2022-2023

(with a fish pass) in the Wairau Stream and disinfected with chlorine gas. The surface water take and backwash discharge consents have been retained for contingency purposes, but have not been exercised since 2006. 1278 - Take 2025 2031 Take and use water from the Wairau Stream for Oakura water supply purposes 5713 - Land use 2025 2031 To use a weir to dam the Wairau Stream for Oakura water supply purposes 6114 – Take - 2020* To take and use groundwater from two bores for Oakura