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Remediation NZ closing reply at consent hearing

page BEFORE THE TARANAKI REGIONAL COUNCIL IN THE MATTER of an application by Remediation (NZ) Limited for resource consents under Part 5 of the Resource Management Act 1991 AND IN THE MATTER applications to obtain replacement consents for Consent Numbers 5838-2.2 and 5839-2 as summarised below: Consent 5838-2.2 – to discharge of a) waste material to land for composting; and b) treated stormwater and leachate, from composting operations; onto and into land in

Resource consent applications 21 June to 18 July 2021

page Application Number Applicant Lodged Date Type of application Description Activity Type Site Location Catchment 21-02499-3.0 D and R Rae Farms 21-Jun-21 Replacement for expiring consent To discharge farm dairy effluent onto land Discharge Permit 226 Mana Road, Ratapiko Waitara 21-02807-3.0 My View Trust 21-Jun-21 Replacement for expiring consent To discharge farm dairy effluent onto land Discharge Permit 2446 Eltham Road, Awatuna Ouri 21-01465-4.0 Brett Maurice & Raewyn Maree

Supporting documentatation for LTP

publicly considered policies, plans and strategies that will deliver to the Taranaki community, efficient and effective management of the Council’s functions and Taranaki’s natural and physical resources.  Process all resource consents applications in a timely manner; administer all current resource consents efficiently and effectively; undertake comprehensive compliance monitoring of both major and minor resource consents.  Respond to pollution incidents and where necessary

Annual report 2013-2014

review, the Company held four resource consents for the injection of fluids by DWI, permitting discharges from three separate wellsites in northern Taranaki. The consents permit the discharge of a range of fluids, including waste drilling fluids, produced water, contaminated stormwater, hydraulic fracturing (HF) fluids and production sludges. The consents include a number of special conditions which set out specific requirements with which the Company must comply. During the year under review

Todd Petroleum Mining Company Kapuni Production Station Annual Report 2021-2022

details the results of the monitoring undertaken and assesses the environmental effects of Todd Petroleum’s activities. During the monitoring period, Todd Petroleum Mining Company Ltd demonstrated a high level of environmental performance and high level of administrative performance. Todd Petroleum holds four resource consents for the production station, which includes a total of 36 conditions setting out the requirements that Todd Petroleum had to satisfy. Todd Petroleum holds one consent

DH Lepper Trust Piggery Annual Report 2021-2022

The Company holds two resource consents, which include a total of 34 conditions setting out the requirements that the Company must satisfy. Resource consent 0715-4.1 allows the discharge of treated effluent to land and the Waiongana Stream, and consent 5206-2.1 allows for the discharge of piggery related emissions to air at this site. The Council’s monitoring programme for the year under review included four inspections and the collection of wastewater and receiving water samples for

Wellington landfarm consent monitoring 2018-2019

2019-2020. During the year, the Company demonstrated a good level of environmental and high level of administrative performance with the resource consents. For reference, in the 2018-2019 year, consent holders were found to achieve a high level of environmental performance and compliance for 83% of the consents monitored through the Taranaki tailored monitoring programmes, while for another 13% of the consents, a good level of environmental performance and compliance was achieved. In

Port Taranaki Industries Annual Report 2021-2022

performance which required improvement. Downer, Methanex and Liquigas all demonstrated a high level of environmental performance. With regards to administrative performance, Port Taranaki, Methanex and Liquigas demonstrated a high level of performance, while Technix and Downer demonstrated a good level of performance. The companies hold a total of eight resource consents, which include 65 conditions setting out the requirements that they must satisfy. The companies hold six consents to discharge

Remediation NZ Ltd consent monitoring 2018-2019

(the Council) to assess the Company’s environmental and consent compliance performance during the period under review. The report also details the results of the monitoring undertaken and assesses the environmental effects of the Company’s activities. The Company holds eight resource consents, which include a total of 114 conditions setting out the requirements that the Company must satisfy. The Company holds one consent to allow for discharges to air, two consents to allow discharge to

TRC Regional Air Quality Plan 2011 Updated July 2023

page vii page viii Table of contents Page Preface v Table of contents viii Reader’s Guide x 1 Introduction 1 1.1 Title 1 1.2 Purpose 1 1.3 Operative date 1 1.4 Area of effect 1 1.5 Statutory restrictions on activities 1 1.5.1 National Environmental Standards and National Policy Statements 2 1.6 Role of the Medical Officers of Health/Health Protection Officers 4 1.7 Other plans and resource consents 4 1.8 Other statutes and