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PCPT FurtherSubmissions JulyAug2018

_GoBack embedded:image1.jpeg Further Submissions Form – Proposed Coastal Plan for Taranaki Use this form for multiple further submissions on the Proposed Coastal Plan for Taranaki. Important: list_Paragraph · Further submissions can be made only by a person/organisation representing a relevant aspect of the public interest, or a person/organisation whose interest in the proposal is greater than that of the general public list_Paragraph · Further submissions can only be

Appendix 9: Smoke from burning vegitation

page 193 Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki Appendix IX: Good management practices to prevent or minimise the discharge of smoke from burning vegetation page 194

Site 88

provides a fun way for students to learn about biodiversity, including how to identify native species that need protecting and pest species that need removing. Before launching into a BioBlitz it’s a good idea to: plan your objectives define the target area decide on how you will record information e.g. set up a project in iNaturalist organise equipment and field sheets start thinking about follow up activities and actions This edition of SITE will help you plan a

Site 82

page Soggy school holidays S c h o o l s i n t h e e n v i r o n m e n t n e w s l e t t e r S IT E J U L Y 2 0 1 7 I S S U E N O .8 2 Last term was very busy for me as the relatively ‘dry’ months of May and June meant lots of planned field trips went ahead, without the weather ruining the fun. We all know that society seems to be constantly changing and increased urbanization can present challenges for children to connect with

Biennial report 2012-2014

Taranaki Regional Council (the Council) adopted a water management plan for the river in September 1991. At the end of the 2014 monitoring period a total of 18 consents were held by the 13 industries monitored under this programme that discharge wastewater, stormwater and/or leachate from the industrial area at Fitzroy, New Plymouth to the lower Waiwhakaiho River and Mangaone Stream, or to land in the lower Waiwhakaiho and Mangaone Stream catchments. The activities and impacts of the consent

Appendix 6: Agrichemicals training

page 173 Regional Air Quality Plan for Taranaki Appendix VI: Training requirements for qualifications to apply agrichemicals page 174 Regional Air Quality Plan for

Annual report 2014-2015

Company to maintain a loss minimisation programme to reduce product losses to wastewater throughout the term of the consent. Condition 5 details standards relating to suspended solids, fats and chemical oxygen demand (COD). Condition 6 required the Company to install an outfall extension which would result in the achievement of no significant visual, chemical or ecological impacts outside a mixing zone. Condition 7 requires the Company to supply plans and design details for the

Urban development Capacity in the New Plymouth District

Development Capacity (NPS-UDC) was gazetted on 3 November 2016 and came into force 28 days later (1 December 2016). It requires local authorities to monitor and plan for housing and business development capacity in urban environments, to maximise wellbeing now and in the future. Under the Resource Management Act 1991 (the RMA), regional policy statements and plans must give effect to any national policy statement. The NPS-UDC contains provisions for areas defined as medium and

Methanex consent monitoring 2017-2018

for their environmental and administrative performance during the period under review. Environmental performance is concerned with actual or likely effects on the receiving environment from the activities during the monitoring year. Administrative performance is concerned with Methanex’s approach to demonstrating consent compliance in site operations and management including the timely provision of information to Council (such as contingency plans and water take data) in accordance with

Biennial report 2012-2014

consent compliance in site operations and management including the timely provision of information to Council (such as contingency plans and water take data) in accordance with consent conditions. Events that were beyond the control of the consent holder and unforeseeable (that is a defence under the provisions of the RMA can be established) may be excluded with regard to the performance rating applied. For example loss of data due to a flood destroying deployed field equipment. The