A fish screen is required whenever a water take could impact fish. They are designed to protect fish, including trout, salmon as well as native fish by keeping them out...
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Environment Canterbury, Christchurch City Council and the Canterbury District Health Board are committed to working together to resolve quarry dust issues in the Yaldhurst area.
Simons Pass Station’s consents have created a lot of interest among environmental groups and individuals concerned about the impact on the Mackenzie Basin landscape, water quality and its indigenous flora...
Note: This news article was originally published on 25 May 2017.There has been increased interest in water bottling consents recently so we thought we’d clear up a few things.
Recent media coverage of the Five Star Beef feedlot in Ashburton raised issues around compliance monitoring of the operation’s resource consents.
A campaign to improve the standard of fish screens is being rolled out across Canterbury, to ensure more healthy fish remain in our rivers.
Today Environment Canterbury cancelled an abatement notice issued to Cloud Ocean Water which had stopped it taking water.
Farming development in the Mackenzie Basin over the last 20 years or so has created a lot of interest among environmental groups and individuals concerned about the impact on the...
The compliance monitoring annual report for the year ended June 2018 has been released by Environment Canterbury.
There’s a significant effort in Canterbury to manage and reduce nitrate levels in groundwater caused by more intensive farming over the past 20 years and more.
A proposal to expand an existing quarry has been granted by an independent hearing panel.
Environment Canterbury today responded to Greenpeace’s current campaign aimed at stopping dairy conversions.