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Index of schedules

value .......................................................................................................................................................................... 121 Schedule 3 – Coastal water quality ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 144 Schedule 4 – Significant indigenous biodiversity

Job Description Projects and Programmes Coordinator

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Council meeting minutes 1 October 2019

2019 The document focuses on managing high nutrient levels as a perceived driver of poor water quality however high nutrient levels do not necessarily mean poor aquatic health. Taranaki generally has good aquatic health even with nutrient levels above the proposed limits. It indicates that farms will have to fence and riparian plant 5m back from all river banks. Council has requested that dairy farmers provide the Council with their Overseer

TAG Oil (NZ) Ltd groundwater monitoring report 2013

discharge storm water and treated production water into tributaries of the Patea or Waingongoro rivers. Provisions within the Regional Fresh Water Plan for Taranaki (2001) also apply. The Council’s monitoring programme for the investigation under review included inspections and 8 water samples representative of groundwater quality in the locality collected for physicochemical analysis. A comprehensive suite of parameters were analysed. The monitoring showed that there was no evidence of

New Zealand Energy Corporation DWI Annual Report 2021-2022

injection well currently in use, or the ability of the receiving formation to accept injected fluids. The results of groundwater quality monitoring undertaken show no adverse effects of the activity on local groundwater resources. Inspections undertaken during the monitoring year found sites being operated in a professional manner. Consent 3688-2 was reviewed as recommended in the 2020-2021 report, during the period under review. For reference, in the 2021-2022 year, consent holders were found

TRC Annual Report 2019/2020 summary

AUDITOR'S REPORT their cost to the region. But we can't ignore them. We have a history of meeting challenges with the most effective and pragmatic solutions that suit this region. Now we must do it again. In the meantime, we're looking forward to a positive and fruitful partnership with iwi and hapū as we work together to improve the health of Waitara River and its catchment. Under recent legislation, a portion of Waitara endowment land proceeds is directed to this Council for this specific

Annual report 2013-2014

Conversely, the administration of the Site is rated as poor. The Council had to continually prompt the Consent holder, RNZ, for data and when it was provided it was insufficient. Unauthorized Incidents included the pooling of liquids longer than one hour after application, the non-notification of deliveries of material from well sites, the lack of compliance samples for both the pre-land spread material and the re-sown areas, Stage 3 and the impact on local groundwater quality surrounding the storage

Biennial report 2013-2015

to meet longer term demand will continue to be dominated by several large quarry operations. Extra demand on alluvial terraces and laharic deposits has occurred due to the controlled river bed extraction. These resources are of good quality and are relatively plentiful. Importation of various aggregates may need to continue to meet the requirement for aggregate types not available in Taranaki. Quarrying and extraction of gravel in New Zealand is regulated by two statutory processes.

Report 2012-2014

1.4.6 Air quality monitoring 14 1.4.7 Discharges to land (hydraulic fracturing) 15 1.4.8 Biomonitoring surveys 15 2. Results 16 2.1 Water 16 2.1.1 Inspections 16 2.1.2 Results of discharge monitoring 24 2.1.3 Results of receiving environment monitoring 27 2.2 Air 27 2.2.1 Inspections 27 2.2.2 Results of discharge monitoring 27 2.2.3 Results of receiving environment monitoring 28 2.2.4 Other ambient monitoring 29 2.3 Land 29 2.3.1 Inspections 29 2.3.2 Results of discharge

Coastal Plan Schedule 6B Te Atiawa

the CMA Values associated with sites Map reference TRC Number NZAA Number Description Waitara River to Onaero River Waiau Stream and Tributaries The Waiau Stream is located north of Waitara. It springs from the land and flows to the Tasman Sea. It is in the rohe of Ngāti Rahiri. The social, cultural, historical and spiritual importance of the Waiau Stream is illustrated through Te Atiawa traditions and histories. The traditions and histories also