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Annual report 2014-2015

monitoring period, the Company demonstrated an overall high level of environmental performance at both sites. The Council’s monitoring programmes for the year under review included: five inspections and five water samples collected for physicochemical analysis at the Maui Production Station; five inspections and three water samples collected at the Kapuni Production Station; one biomonitoring survey of receiving waters at each of the production stations; and two ambient air quality surveys at

Council meeting agenda May 2018

Tuesday 24 April 2018 2.4 In response to concerns about seismic testing discharge consents, Mr A D McLay, Director-Resource Management, outlined the minimal environmental effects of the activity and the matters the Council considered. Recommended THAT the Taranaki Regional Council 1. receives the schedule of resource consents granted and other consent processing actions, made under delegated authority. Joyce/Cloke 3. Update to Appointment

Wellington landfarm consent monitoring 2017-2018

of the monitoring undertaken and assesses the environmental effects of the Company’s activities. The Company holds one resource consent, which includes a total of 31 conditions setting out the requirements that the Company must satisfy. During the monitoring period, the Company demonstrated an overall good level of environmental performance. The Council’s monitoring programme for the year under review included three inspections, 16 water samples and four composite soil samples

Pohokura PS consent monitoring 2020-2021

production testing operations involving up to 48 zones at the Lower Otaraoa Road wellsite June 2003 2033 6175-1 To discharge waste drilling fluids, produced water and stormwater from hydrocarbon exploration and production operations by deepwell injection at the Pohokura-A wellsite May 2003 2033 6254-1 To erect, place and maintain a culvert in an unnamed tributary of the Waipapa Stream for State Highway 3 road widening purposes December 2003 2033 6577-1 To install,

NPDC informal s92 Response Weld Road

within the stream. Depending on the alignment if the stream at the time of the works, the active stream channel may need to be diverted using sandbags to ensure there is no encroachment into the area of works. • Actual and potential effects on freshwater ecology include water and sediment effects, changes to hydraulic complexity, fish migration, and injury or mortality. Several measures are proposed avoid, remedy, and mitigate to manage these effects, including the

Annual report 2015-2016

Guidelines for contact recreation. However, it is considered that this increase was associated with municipal oxidations ponds rather than with the landfill and was addressed with the consent holder under that programme. As with the results from previous monitoring periods, the results from this period indicate that the Stratford landfill had only a very minor, if not negligible, effect on the physicochemical water quality of the Patea River. In relation to the parameters tested for, there was

Osflo Fertiliser Ltd monitoring report 2018-2019

activities. The Company holds five resource consents, which include a total of 41 conditions setting out the requirements that the Company must satisfy. The Company holds two consents to discharge effluent into the ground via land soakage, one consent to discharge stormwater to surface water and two consents to discharge emissions into the air at two sites in Taranaki. During the monitoring period, the Company demonstrated an overall high level of environmental performance. The

Officers' Report on Submissions

Pursuant to the 2012 amendments to the Act (via the Biosecurity Law Reform Act 2012), Council is no longer legally required to publicly notify the RPMP (Section 72). However, given the wide public interest in such matters, Council agreed to the public notification of the proposal to test its proposals against community expectations and address any feedback received. This process involves the receipt of public submissions and a hearing of submissions prior to

Annual report 2014-2015

Table 4. This sampling was undertaken in conjunction with the monitoring of the Stratford waste water treatment plant (WWTP), which is discussed in a separate report. As with the results from previous monitoring periods, the results from this period indicate that the Stratford landfill had only a very minor, if not negligible, effect on the water quality of the Patea River. In relation to the parameters tested for, there was no significant difference in water quality between the upstream

Ordinary meeting agenda April 2021

That the Taranaki Regional Council: a) Receives this report and notes the successful outcome of the prosecution against GrainCorp Liquid Terminals NZ Limited. Williamson/Davey 7. General Business 7.1 Update on Pollution at Back Beach It was noted that during routine sampling of coastal water at Back Beach an unusually high result of enterococci was detected. It is unclear why the result was high as there are no known factors that explain why. Further testing has now