Pursuant to section 95A of the Resource Management Act 1991, notice is hereby given that Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council have received consent application (Reference APP-2011014564.02) from the Department of Conservation (as the Applicant) to carry out a number of activities associated with the continued operation and associated improvements of the Whakapapa Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Resource consents are being sought from Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council for the following activities:
- Discharge Permit to treat and store wastewater and the associated discharge of treated wastewater to land: To discharge treated wastewater that may enter into land via seepage from the floor and walls of the tertiary treatment pond.
- Discharge Permit to discharge treated wastewater to land: To discharge treated wastewater to land from a constructed wetland via an infiltration area.
- Discharge Permit to discharge aerosols and odour to air: The discharge of aerosols and odour to air associated with the receipt, treatment and storage of wastewater within the Whakapapa Wastewater Treatment facilities.
- Discharge Permit to discharge treated wastewater to water: To discharge treated wastewater to water being an unnamed tributary of the Wairere Stream as an emergency discharge during extreme weather events exceeding a 1 in 100-year rainfall event.
A term of 28 Years is sought for all consents.
How to make a submission
Submissions must be received by the Manawatu-Wanganui Regional Council no later than 4:45 pm 16 June 2017.
Submission form and full details on the Horizons Regional Council website.
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