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Introduction

management also recognises that it is far more efficient to reduce the amount of waste we generate than to manage waste disposal. Councils in the region follow current best practice in waste management by adopting the principles of minimisation, recovery, and recycling. On a practical level, this means minimising waste going to landfill, encouraging composting of organic material and reusing or recycling materials where possible. All of these actions help to minimise the environmental

Info sheet: Where does the Coastal Plan apply?

• The Taranaki Regional Council’s other regional plans address activities impacting on fresh water, soil conservation and air quality within the Coastal Environment but outside of the Coastal Marine Area. • New Plymouth and South Taranaki District Plans address subdivision and land use activities in the Coastal Environment, outside of the Coastal Marine Area. The wet bit: The Coastal Marine Area All aspects of the Draft Coastal Plan, including the rules and

Info Sheet: AEE requirements for DWI applications

materials to be disposed of over the life of the activity, and the modelled radius of influence of the contaminant plume; A description of equipment installed on the disposal well used to monitor injection pressure and annular pressure; A written procedure that identifies the conditions which would trigger concerns about the integrity of the disposal well or injection zone, and the action to be taken by the consent holder when triggered; and Results to show that the water chemistry

Rules 46-51: Groundwater

 Effect on adjacent bores, the aquifer, river levels, wetlands and sea water intrusion;  Fitting of equipment to regulate flows and to monitor water volumes, levels, flows and pressures;  Payment of administrative charges;  Monitoring and reporting requirements;  Duration of consent;  Review of the conditions of consent and the timing and purpose of the review. 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.3, 4.1.4, 4.1.5, 4.1.6, 5.1.1, 5A.2.1, 5A.2.2, 5A.2.3, 6.1.3, 6.1.4, 6.1.5,

Activities planned in 2018

Environmental hotline 0800 736 222 Regional gardens regional.gardens@trc.govt.nz Greg Rine Phone: (06) 765 7127 Mobile: 027 240 2470 Andrew Brooker Phone: (06) 765 7127 or Phone (06) 752 4141 Mobile 0210 264 4060 TARANAKI REGIONAL COUNCIL www.trc.govt.nz www.pukeiti.org.nz is worth a look! Please mark these dates on your calendar 2018 Page 4 M E E T I N G S SAT U R DAY M A RC H 0 3 Autumn Members’ Day Pukeiti, Rata Room in the Rain Forest Pavilion for the meeting

Remediation TRCPresentationOct2019

-------:I~AmmonificationImmobilisation I - Soil microbial processes J page Release of Compost Developed Compost monitoring sheet NZS 4454: 2005 Compost, Soil Conditioners and Mulches BioGro Standard 2009 Appendix A Residue levels in Certified Products, Water, Soil and Composts MfE Guidelines for Assessing and Managing Petroleum Contaminated Sites Released material used as fill and a soil conditioner on Uruti site page C.....r ... ...t.......

Water blasting

of stormwater grates and drains with waste materials • The discolouration of natural water bodies. How your waste can pollute the environment Any material or substance left uncovered or on the ground outside can flow or be washed by rainwater into a nearby stormwater drain where it will result in the pollution of the local stream and/or the coast. Wastewater from blasting operations contains a number of substances that can pollute our environment. These include sediment, fuel

Summary Annual Plan 2016/2017

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Fact sheet: Protecting a surf break - what does it mean?

appropriate level of protection for each break. Under the revised Coastal Plan, all surf breaks will be protected through the resource consent process. But the level of protection will vary. The list of surf breaks included in the ‘wave survey’ is primarily made up of the 80 surf breaks that are currently mapped within the Regional Policy Statement for Taranaki, 2010. Information on the remainder of the surf breaks was obtained from Wavetrack New Zealand Surfing Guide , which

Cadmium concentrations in shallow Taranaki groundwater

page Memorandum To Gary Bedford, Director - Environment Quality Regan Phipps, Science Manager - Hydrology/Biology From Rachel McDonnell, Technical Officer Document 1590680 Date 08 January 2016 Cadmium concentrations in shallow Taranaki groundwater Cadmium is a naturally occurring, toxic, non-essential heavy metal, with the ability to bio- accumulate. Exposure has the potential to have adverse effects on human health (through foodstuffs as a public