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Waikaikai Landfarm consent monitoring 2017-2018

consent conditions and their interpretation and application; • in discussion over monitoring requirements; • preparation for any consent reviews, renewals or new consent applications; • advice on the Council's environmental management strategies and content of regional plans; and • consultation on associated matters. 1.5.3 Site inspections The WRS Waikaikai site was inspected four times during the monitoring period. Additional inspections were also undertaken during sampling runs.

Symes Landfarm consent monitoring 2017-2018

primary components. 1.5.2 Programme liaison and management There is generally a significant investment of time and resources by the Council in: • ongoing liaison with resource consent holders over consent conditions and their interpretation and application; • in discussion over monitoring requirements; • preparation for any consent reviews, renewals or new consent applications; • advice on the Council's environmental management strategies and content of regional plans; and •

Silver Fern Farms Waitotara consent monitoring 2017-2018

components as described below. Programme liaison and management There is generally a significant investment of time and resources by the Council in: • ongoing liaison with resource consent holders over consent conditions and their interpretation and application; • discussion over monitoring requirements; • preparation for any consent reviews, renewals or new consent applications; • advice on the Council's environmental management strategies and content of regional plans and; •

Annual report 2015-2016

renewals;  new consents;  advice on the Council's environmental management strategies and content of regional plans; and  consultation on associated matters. 1.5.3 Site inspections The Waikaikai site was visited six times during the monitoring period. Additional inspections were also undertaken during chemical sampling runs. Inspections focused on the following aspects:  observable and/or ongoing effects upon soil and groundwater quality associated with the land disposal

Annual report 2013-2014

Lake Rotorangi state of the environment monitoring report - Taranaki Regional Council.

Further information re Policy 3.24 NPSFM, December 2020

demonstrated. A facility which can receive waste of this nature means recoverable material is kept out of landfills, and nutrients are reclaimed and reused in the form of compost. The facility is necessary within the Taranaki Region so that transport costs are avoided. There is no other facility of this nature in the region, and the importance of the facility in achieving the Waste Management and Minimisation Strategy for Taranaki is detailed in section 8.2.2 of the application for consent (June

STDC Eltham WWTP Annual Report 2021-2022

or new consent applications; • advice on the Council's environmental management strategies and content of regional plans; and • consultation on associated matters. 1.4.3 Site inspections Four routine site inspections were conducted during the monitoring period. With regard to consents for the discharge to water, the main points of interest were plant processes with potential or actual discharges to receiving watercourses. Air inspections focused on plant processes with associated actual

TPJ Partnership Cleanfill Annual Report 2021-2022

consent conditions and their interpretation and application; • discussion over monitoring requirements; • preparation for any consent reviews, renewals or new consent applications; • advice on the Council's environmental management strategies and content of regional plans; and • consultation on associated matters. 1.4.3 Site inspections The TPJ Cleanfill site was visited four times during the monitoring period. Inspections focused on site processes, the types of materials being

FRODO 2182791 v1 18 99 STDC Combined Kaponga Manaia Patea and Waverley WWTP Monitoring Programme Annual Report 2017 2018 2178370

new consent applications; • providing advice on the Council's environmental management strategies and content of regional plans; and • consultation on associated matters. 1.3.3 Kaponga WWTP 1.3.3.1 Site inspections The Kaponga WWTP was visited three times during the monitoring period, with each inspection conducted during early to mid-morning. With regard to consents for the discharge to water, the main points of interest were maintenance and operating condition of the WWTP, and

STDC townships waste water treatment consent monitoring 2017-2018

new consent applications; • providing advice on the Council's environmental management strategies and content of regional plans; and • consultation on associated matters. 1.3.3 Kaponga WWTP 1.3.3.1 Site inspections The Kaponga WWTP was visited three times during the monitoring period, with each inspection conducted during early to mid-morning. With regard to consents for the discharge to water, the main points of interest were maintenance and operating condition of the WWTP, and