Discharge of contaminants into the air
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Activities that discharge contaminants into the air
Some industries have operations that discharge contaminants, odours and pollutants into the air.
- Chemical processing.
- Combustion activities.
- Dust-generating activities.
- Food and animal or plant processing.
- Intensive livestock farming.
- Metallurgical processes.
- Waste processing.
- Fibreglassing or spray painting.
- Coffee roasting.
Get a consent for activities that impact air quality
If your industrial, business or farm operations will have a negative impact on air quality, you may need a
regional resource consent.
If you are not sure if your operations need this type of consent, phone us on 09 301 0101 or
email the Air quality team.
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