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Environmental monitoring technical reports / Taranaki

The Council reports annually on its co-ordinated region-wide monitoring programme to measure nitrogen oxides. Nitrogen oxides (NOx) levels in Taranaki 2018-2019 (579 KB pdf) Earlier reports Nitrogen oxides (NOx) levels in Taranaki 2018-2019 (579 KB pdf)

Taranaki By-Products Monitoring Programme Annual Report

This report for the period July 2017 to June 2018 describes the monitoring programme implemented by the Taranaki Regional Council (the Council) to assess the Company’s environmental and consent compliance performance during the period under review. The report

South Taranaki District Council Opunake WWTP Monitoring

South Taranaki District Council Opunake WWTP Monitoring Programme Annual Report 2016-2017 Technical Report 2017-40 Taranaki Regional Council ISSN: 1178-1467 (Online) Private Bag 713 Document: 1871204 (Word) STRATFORD Document: 1876987 (Pdf) July 2017 . Executive summary South Taranaki District Council (STDC) operates a municipal wastewater treatment plant (WWTP)

STDC Eltham Central Landfill consent monitoring report

STDC Eltham Central Landfill consent monitoring report Taranaki Strong odour beyond boundary but no residential properties or other recipient nearby. Improvement required: .. collected and an annual inspection of the weather station to confirm that it is being adequately maintained...

New Plymouth District Council Crematorium Taranaki

Technical Report 2017-67 Taranaki Regional Council ISSN: 1178-1467 (Online) Private Bag 713 Document: 1907820 (Word) STRATFORD Document: 1903782 (Pdf) August 2017. Executive summary The New Plymouth District Council (NPDC) operates a crematorium located on Junction Road, New Plymouth. Two gas-fired cremators are operated. This report for the period July 2016 to June 2017

Dimar Partnership landfill consent monitoring report

Technical Report 2015-62 Taranaki Regional Council (2014): Dimar Partnership Landfill Monitoring Programme Annual Report 20132014. Technical Report 2014-100 Taranaki Regional Council (2013): Officer Report for Consent 9640- 1 To discharge contaminants (leachate) from a closed farm refuse dump into land where it may enter water. Document number 1226368 Appendix I Resource consent

Taranaki Basin / Products / Oil and Gas / Energy Futures

GNS Science offers a wide range of technical reports and data for the Taranaki Basin. These can be purchased individually or as a data package set. For information on any of our products or services please contact Business Development or call us on +64 4 570 4683. Staff in the Petroleum Department can be reached on +64 4 570 1444

Taranaki Tsunami Inundation Analysis Update 2017

Technical Report Prepared for Taranaki Civil Defence Emergency Management Group ISSN 1174 3085 Engineering Section Taranaki Tsunami Inundation Analysis Update 2017 Prepared by: Ir. Craig Goodier: Principal Engineer (Modelling) Reviewed by: Ir. Gary Clode: Manager Engineering June 2017 AM 17/08 HBRC Plan Number 4936

Monitoring reports / Taranaki Regional Council

Monitoring reports. Read our latest five-yearly state of the environment report, Taranaki waterways update, state of the environment technical reports and consent monitoring technical reports.

Petroleum Exploration Data Pack New Zealand Petroleum

Petroleum Exploration Data Pack The Petroleum Exploration Data Pack is a portable external hard drive featuring the latest technical data within an easy to navigate interface. It includes a large selection of open-file geophysical, geochemical and geological datasets, minerals reports and prospectivity studies.

Taranaki Tsunami Inundation Analysis

Taranaki Tsunami Inundation Analysis 4362 AM1207 Taranaki Tsunami Inundation Analysis Final.doc 1 Taranaki Tsunami Inundation Analysis 1 Executive Summary This report provides the results from a series of computer models which simulate Tsunami Inundation for the coast around Taranaki, from Tongaporutu to Patea.

Mt Messenger Bypass

On 7 December 2018 Hearings Commissioner Stephen Daysh provided: · Decisions on resource consents (one from NPDC under the National Environmental Standard for soil contamination, and 58 consents from TRC). The applicant and all submitters of these decisions have been notified and a 15 working day timeframe applies for appeals on the resource consents, to the Environment Court.

NPDC coastal structures consent monitoring report

NPDC coastal structures consent monitoring report Taranaki An extensive wave cut platform, armoured with cobbles and visible at low .. from the mouth of the Te Henui Stream through to the Lee Breakwater, a distance of.

Recreation Assessment

Recreation Assessment Technical Report 6 Page 5 2.2 Strategic context The Department of Conservation’s Conservation Management Strategy for Wanganui 1997-2007 (CMS) (which has not been updated) notes, with regard to the North Taranaki Ecological District (p158):

Basin Bridge Project: Technical Report 13

This report has been completed in order to provide an assessment of the potential impact of the proposed Basin Bridge Project on the archaeological resource in the Project Area. The report is to be read in conjunction with the cultural impact assessment reports (Technical Reports 15 and 16)

Appendix 5: Technical Report: Traffic Assessment Report

Appendix 5: Technical Report: Nukumaru Station Road Extension Notice of Requirement and Assessment of Environmental Effects Appendix 5: Technical Report: Traffic Assessment Report, Traffic Design Group . South Taranaki District Council Nukumaru Station Road Extension Traffic Assessment Report TDG Ref: 14432 stdc nukumaru station rd extn tar.docx March 2017 . 22 March 2017 14432

NPDC water supplies consent monitoring report

Technical Report 02-17. Taranaki Regional Council (2001): New Plymouth District Council Water Supply Plants and Structures Monitoring Programme Annual Report 2000-2001.Technical Report 01-79. Taranaki Regional Council (2001): Regional Freshwater Plan for Taranaki as adopted by the Taranaki Regional Council. September 2001. Taranaki Regional

Maralinga and Oak Valley Dose Assessment 2011

ARPANSA Technical Report No. 158 More detailed studies in the late 1980s (Johnston et al. 1989) showed extensive contamination by plutonium over well-defined plumes corresponding to the wind direction at the time of each minor trial. The results of these studies for the Taranaki site are shown in Figure 2. Additional plumes were also found at

Stephen Long and Liesel Green ARPANSA

ARPANSA Technical Report No. 157 Page No. ii . Acknowledgments . The authors wish to acknowledge the Maralinga Tjarutja for allowing access to their land. Jane McLeish and Wayne Patullo were part of the team that collected the soil samples. Sandra Sdraulig and Shirley Hinton provided valuable assistance in analysing the soil samples.

Land, Air, Water Aotearoa (LAWA) Lake Ratapiko at boat

14/10/2019· The lake is commonly used for boating and fishing, particularly at weekends and holidays. Recreational bathing surveys over the last two summers (2017-2018 and 2018-2019) showed that 100% of samples met the freshwater microbiological water quality guidelines prepared by the Ministry of Environment in conjunction with the Ministry of Health (MfE, 2003) and did not exceed the ‘Action’

Strategic Transport Assessment

Strategic Transport Assessment Technical Report 1 Page 1 1 Introduction 1.1 Purpose and Scope of this Report This report forms part of a suite of technical reports prepared for the NZ Transport Agency's Mt Messenger Bypass project (the Project). Its purpose is to inform the Assessment of Effects

Maralinga and Oak Valley Dose Assessment 2011

ARPANSA Technical Report No. 158 More detailed studies in the late 1980s (Johnston et al. 1989) showed extensive contamination by plutonium over well-defined plumes corresponding to the wind direction at the time of each minor trial. The results of these studies for the Taranaki site are shown in Figure 2. Additional plumes were also found at

Construction Water Assessment Report

3.1.1 Taranaki Regional Plans 6 3.1.2 Regional Freshwater Plan for Taranaki 6 Construction Water Assessment Report Technical Report 13 Executive Summary This report assesses the construction water related effects of the proposed Mt Messenger Bypass project (the Project). Existing environment The Project area consists of high quality habitat for indigenous terrestrial and aquatic flora

Water quality in Taranaki Wikipedia

Water quality in Taranaki is a notable environmental issue for many stakeholders with concerns about the potential impact from dairy farming in New Zealand and petrochemical industries.. Water resources in Taranaki are under the jurisdiction of the Taranaki Regional Council (TRC) under the Resource Management Act (RMA), and discharges to water require a resource consent.

Technical Report Cover Sheet Home New Zealand

Has petroleum SPEC data been supplied or used in this report? (see s90D(2) of the CMA) PDF report complies with the Digital Data Submission Standards (Permit holder regulations) Minerals and coal data reported in appropriate template format (Permit holder regulations) TECHNICAL REPORT COVER SHEET PETROLEUM & MINERALS

Trout Technical Report Horizons

This technical report outlines the critical habitat requirements for the recreational fishery and trout spawning values identified for the Manawatu-Wanganui Region. The values identified are native fishery (whitebaiting), trout spawning, and trout fishery. This document is part of a series of water-resource focused technical reports

Radioactivity enhancement Factors of Maralinga Soils

Technical Report 157. July 2012 619 Lower Plenty Road. Yallambie VIC 3085. Telephone: +61 3 6433 2211. FAX: +61 3 9432 1835 Acknowledgments. The authors wish to acknowledge the Maralinga Tjarutja for allowing access to their land. Jane McLeish and Wayne Patullo were part of the team that collected the soil samples.

Pauatahanui-Judgeford Structure Plan Technical Report

Pauatahanui Judgeford Structure Plan Technical Report Status: Proposed November 2012 Project number: z19808 . This document has been prepared for the benefit of Porirua City Council. No liability is accepted by this company or any employee or sub-consultant of this company with respect to its use by any other person.

NZ Historic Weather Events Catalog NIWA

March 1990 North Island Ex-tropical Cyclone Hilda ( 1990-03-08 ) 50-69 years. Ex-tropical cyclone Hilda drifted onto the Taranaki coast resulting in heavy rain and flooding. There was hundreds of people evacuated, high stock losses and millions of dollars worth of damage.

April 1938 New Zealand Flooding NIWA

April_1938_New_Zealand_Flooding. 1938-04-12 Heavy rain over Taranaki, Manawatu-Wanganui, Marlborough, West Coast and Canterbury lead to flooding. Worst affected was the Marlborough Sounds which experienced extensive landslides due to the heavy rain. Up to the 15th there was prolonged torrential rain between Whangamomona and Stratford. In Puniwhakau and Matau areas homes were

6. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT AREA

Taranaki Bight. Descriptive information on the existing environment in TTR’s area of interest is summarised in the following sections. Detailed information is contained in the Technical Reports cited for each subsection. Geology Technical report reference NIWA (2013c) “Geological Desktop Summary Active Permit Areas 50753

New Plymouth (New Zealand electorate) Wikipedia

New Plymouth is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate.It was first created for the 1st New Zealand Parliament in 1853 and has existed since, with one 32-year interruption. The electorate was initially called Town of New Plymouth.. The electorate is currently held by Jonathan Young for National, as he defeated Labour's Harry Duynhoven in the 2008 general election

NZ Historic Weather Events Catalog NIWA

Taranaki Catchment Commission and Regional Water Board Technical Report 83-6. Flooding in Taranaki 1954 to 1980. November 1965 Taranaki Flooding ( 1965-11-06 ) Heavy rain caused flooding in Taranaki. 300 people were evacauated from Waitara. New Zealand Multi Hazard at New Zealand

Royal Society of Health Journal 84 EPA

Water quality monitoring of Stage 1 of the Department of Conservation/ Taranaki Regional Council possum control operation on Mount Taranaki/Egmont 1993. 93-27, -20. 1993. Stratford, New Zealand, Taranaki Regional Council. Technical Report. Ref Type: Report

Technical Report 5 connectwellington.co.nz

“For the unpublished report titled “Wellington South Coast Taiapure Project 1999 & 2000” Alison MacDiarmid and Rob Stewart from NIWA surveyed eight sites on the south coast of Wellington in 1999 and 2000. The eight sites were located such that three would fall within the MR and five were located east of the reserve boundary. Data for this

March 1924 Hawke's Bay Flooding NIWA

There was heavy rain and flooding in Hawke's Bay, Taranaki and Manawatu-Wanganui on the 11th and 12th of March 1924. On the 11th very heavy rain and floods were experienced in the Hawke's Bay and northern districts. The heavy rain followed a very dry period resulting in

Section 3 Background to the Project

SH3 is critical for supporting the Taranaki economy and its ongoing growth and development. The importance of the corridor to the Taranaki economy is described in detail in Technical Report 4 in Volume 3, and summarised for key sectors as follows: • Oil and Gas Industry Outputs from Taranaki’s oil and gas industry are transported by

July 1956 North Island Flooding NIWA

1956-07-13 20 years Moderate There was serious flooding in the Wairarapa, lower Manawatu and Hawke's Bay from the 13th to the 15th of July 1956. There was serious flooding in the Wairarapa, lower Manawatu and Hawke's Bay from the 13th to the 15th of July 1956. At 1800 hours on 12 July a depression over the North Tasman Sea was moving towards the North Island.

Waingongoro River at Ohawe Beach Land, Air, Water

Waingongoro River at Ohawe Beach The site is in the lower reaches of the Waingongoro River immediately upstream of the mouth, but is generally not tidal, although occasional upstream surging in the ponded area has been noted during low river flow and high tidal conditions during late summer.

Land, Air, Water Aotearoa (LAWA) Waiwhakaiho River

14/10/2019· Recreational bathing surveys over the last two summers showed that 23% (2017-2018) and 31% (2018-2019) of samples met the freshwater microbiological water quality guidelines prepared by the Ministry of Environment in conjunction with the Ministry of Health (MfE, 2003) and did not exceed the ‘Action’ level (>550 E.coli cfu/100mls).. The State of the Environment technical report showing the