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Silver Fern Farms Waitotara consent monitoring 2017-2018

and about 35 metres upslope of the wastewater overflow trench. The wastewater overflow trench runs between MP3 and MP4 to the wetland. MP5 is beside Wai-inu Beach Road. It lies between Longview Farm irrigation area and the old quarry where the water supply bore for Wai-inu Beach is situated. MP6 is near the boundary of Longview Farm closest to the sea and to the coastal spring Te Kiri o Rauru. Table 5 Groundwater monitoring sites Name Site Code Location Grid reference, NZTM MP1

Annual report 2015-2016

stormwater-related overflow discharges since 1999. The consent holder made a $20,000 financial contribution to the Taranaki Tree Trust which had been spent by the end of the 2003-2004 financial year. Twenty-six individual riparian plans (two previous plans were merged in 2014-15) and one conservation plan have been prepared for landowners in the Kurapete Stream catchment by July 2016 (Figure 3). The quarry owner had fenced a section of the true right bank of the stream’s lower reaches upstream of the

Annual report 2014-2015

land adjacent to quarry area. The muds had been incorporated into the soil; although further works are required around the spreading area to fully incorporate the muds into the soil profile, machinery was on-site but no activity had occurred. No objectionable odours or visible emissions were found during the inspection. All other cells contained storm water with lots of tadpoles throughout the cells, some algal growth also, minor amount of hydrocarbon sheen in small areas around the

TRC Regional Freshwater Plan for Taranaki (amended October 2023)

21);  earthworks (regulations 22 to 35);  river crossings (regulations 36 to 49);  forestry quarrying (regulations 50 to 61);  harvesting (regulations 62 to 71);  mechanical land preparation (regulations 72 to 75); and  re-planting (regulations 76 to 81). Most forestry activities are permitted by the NES-PF as long as foresters meet specific conditions to prevent significant adverse environmental effects, including dust. For forestry related activities

Application AEE 20 02053 4 0 + 5 other renewals 1 new Trustpower 25 November 2020

vegetation pattern in the catchment is predominantly developed pasture, with numerous patches of introduced and / or indigenous scrub and forest. Related to this, pastoral farming and agriculture are the predominant land uses within the immediate catchment. Other notable land uses in the catchment include a wastewater treatment plant, a quarry and gravel extraction plant, green houses, timber processing facilities and poultry farms. 2.5 WAIWHAKAIHO RIVER The Waiwhakaiho River is a