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Limited Notified Consent

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Limited Notified Consent

Updated 5 February 2021 1:58pm

Resene Paints Limited

Limited Notification of application for a resource consent: WGN160337 under section 95B of the Resource Management Act 1991

Greater Wellington Regional Council has received an application to change an existing resource consent from:

Applicant:

Resente Paints Limited

Address for Services:

Postal address or Michael.McInnarney@resene.co.nz. Attention: Michael.McInnarney

Location:

1036 Ferguson Drive, Upper Hutt 5018

Map Reference:

At or about NZTM: 1774891.5445743

Proposal:

Resene Paints Limited (the applicant) own and operates a solvent paint manufacturing plant located at the intersection of Fergusson Drive and Montgomery Crescent, Upper Hutt. Resene Paints Limited hold a resource consent (WGN160337) from Greater Wellington Regional Council which authorises the discharge to air from its solvent based paints manufacturing operation. The applicant has applied for a change to their existing resource consent. The change sought is an increase in the limit for the discharge of odour-producing volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Consent applied for:

Change of resource consent conditions under s127 of the Resource Management Act 1991 to discharge permit WGN160337 [34175] – To discharge contaminants to air associated with an existing solvent-based paint manufacturing operation.

Application Documents

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Submissions

The submission period closed on the 18 December 2020.

All submissions received have been summarised in the Summary of Submissions (pdf) document. 

Processing Officer

The officer in charge of processing this application is Rubie McLintock, Environmental Regulation, Greater Wellington Regional Council.

Your submission may also become publicly available if a request for it is made under the Local Government Official Information and Meetings Act 1987. Greater Wellington is legally required to provide a copy of your submission to the applicant.

Note: You must serve a copy of your submission on the applicant as soon as reasonably practicable.