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Stratford district landfills monitoring 2017-2018

adverse effects occurring as a result of the exercise of any of SDC’s landfill consents, the Stratford landfill was not being managed according to the site management plan resulting a number of noncompliant aspects. The contouring at the site and a poorly constructed drain that has been noted in the 2015-2017 years resulted in an increased amount of ponding during the year under review. There was also ponding due to an overflowing water trough, widespread minor stock damage and a small amount of

Stock Truck Effluent Strategy

................................................................................................................................... 53 Appendix III .................................................................................................................................. 55 page 1 1. Introduction 1.1 Purpose This document is entitled ‘Regional Stock Truck Effluent Disposal Strategy for Taranaki’ (this Strategy). The purpose of this Strategy is to set out the strategic and planning framework for avoiding or minimising stock truck effluent discharges onto roads in the Taranaki region.

Waverley Sawmills consent monitoring 2017-2018

to increase leachate generation from the site, which was evident to some degree in the receiving water sampling as discussed above, and the biochemical oxygen demand exceedance, although minor in nature, was in contravention of an abatement notice issued in June 2017. The Management Plan provided in the 2016-2017 year for the Monk Road site indicated that the cap would not comply with the conditions of the consent. The Company was advised that the cap design and the plan would need to

Report 2012-2013

abstraction and discharge monitoring 15 2.1.3 Results of receiving environment monitoring 16 2.2 Air 17 2.2.1 Inspections 17 2.2.2 Results of discharge monitoring 17 2.2.3 Results of receiving environment monitoring 17 2.2.4 Other ambient monitoring 17 2.3 Land 17 2.3.1 Land status 17 2.4 Contingency plan 18 2.5 Investigations, interventions and incidents 18 3. Discussion 19 3.1 Discussion of consent exercise 19 3.2 Environmental effects of exercise of consents 19 3.3 Evaluation

Factsheet 4: Good neighbour rules

page Taranaki Regional Council Email: info@trc.govt.nz Phone: 06 765 7127 www.trc.govt.nz Working with people | caring for Taranaki Factsheet: 4 Good Neighbour Rules The Proposed Regional Pest Management Plan for Taranaki includes new ‘Good Neighbour Rules’ that require land occupiers, including the Crown, to prevent pests from affecting environmental or agricultural values on adjacent properties. See Factsheet 3 to read more about the Plan.

Site 54

has renamed Disaster Awareness Week to Get Ready Week in a move to encourage people to take action to Get Ready . The local Civil Defence Emergency Management(CDEM) group are using Taranaki Blowout as a regional activity to achieve this. 13 SEPTEMBER 2010 - 22 OCTOBER 2010 of the Civil Defence Emergency Management resource, What s the Plan Stan? I know many of you have incorporated parts of it into your emergency preparedness programmes. Taranaki Blowout is

Appendix 1:River and stream catchments of high quality or high value

page Regional Policy Statement for Taranaki 159159159159 Appendix I: River and stream catchments of high qu ality or high value for their natural, ecological and amenit y values ‘High quality’ or ‘high value’ river and stream ‘High quality’ or ‘high value’ river and stream ‘High quality’ or ‘high value’ river and stream ‘High quality’ or ‘high value’ river and stream catchments catchments catchments catchments have been selected based on the Regional Fresh water Plan

Annual report 2014-2015

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 page 3 regard to the performance rating applied. For example loss of data due to a flood destroying deployed field equipment. The

Outfall bacteriological report 2012-2013

Council undertakes compliance monitoring for consents and rules in regional plans; and maintains an overview of performance of resource users against regional plans and consents. Compliance monitoring, including impact monitoring, also enables the Council to continuously assess its own performance in resource management as well as that of resource users particularly consent holders. It further enables the Council to continually re-evaluate its approach and that of consent holders to resource

Report 2012-2013

Contingency plan 18 2.5 Investigations, interventions and incidents 18 3. Discussion 19 page ii 3.1 Discussion of consent exercise 19 3.2 Environmental effects of exercise of consents 19 3.3 Evaluation of performance 21 3.4 Exercise of optional review of consents 27 4. Recommendations 29 Glossary of common terms and abbreviations 30 Appendix I Resource consents 33 page iii List of tables Table 1 Results of water samples