This paper will discuss the nature of the project and how the project team (CCC and Stantec) has developed a process to facilitate the dredging works, incorporating bank stability pre- and post-dredging and seismic performance analyses.
The Port of Tauranga has 115 hectares of land at Mount Maunganui which includes land currently used for wharf activities and the surrounding land used by industries supporting the Port. It is located on the eastern edge of Te Awanui (Tauranga Harbour) in the heart of Tauranga’s Mount Industrial sub-catchment.
This paper outlines and qualifies the key sources of performance variation within stormwater treatment systems. A better understanding of these variables will help improve choice of treatment system type, placement, and management.
This paper describes an innovative stormwater treatment solution that combines the low head loss, large catchment properties of a treatment wetland with the high treatment efficiencies of a biofilter to achieve a reduced footprint solution.
This paper discusses the issues and complications associated with upgrading existing stormwater infrastructure to meet the requirements of the Fish Passage Guidelines on a constrained and challenging site, while balancing ecology, stormwater and client requirements on a project where the primary driver is road safety improvement.
In the presentation we will discuss the issues surrounding flooding in St Augustine, what was learnt during the research phase and what technical solutions St Augustine are implementing to solve a problem that affects many low-lying communities in the US, and around the world.
Regulatory authorities in New Zealand have communication strategies as part of their monitoring programmes to ensure the public is informed of a health risk at a swimming site, for example through the release of swimming advisories when E.coli levels exceed single sample bathing water criterions.
This paper summarises the events leading up to and following the identification of contamination in water sourced from the Waiwhetu aquifer, the water quality challenges faced by Wellington Water during this time, the national context following the Havelock North contamination incident, our approach, and decision making challenges including political and public opposition to chlorination.
Wastewater planning and modelling is based around assumptions such as growth and demand. Models enable asset owners to scope their projects and meet the financial planning requirements of the Local Government Act.
Wastewater Treatment, Strategic Planning, NPS-FM, Consenting, Science, Environmental Effects, Infrastructure Planning, Asset This paper outlines the two-staged approach SDC is using to develop the Strategy and outlines how the outputs from the Southland Economic Project underpin the approach to develop and cost wastewater treatment and disposal options for the District.Management Planning
The paper identifies that active management of sewers does not need to be complex nor expensive. Rather it is a tool that can be implemented to support management from very simple situations through to highly complex ones.