Coastal Resources Limited
On 5 June 2018, Coastal Resources Limited (CRL) lodged an application for marine dumping consent to dump dredged material east of Great Barrier Island.
CRL lodged an application for a 35-year marine dumping consent to annually dump up to 250,000m³ of dredged material from source sites within Auckland and Waikato.
The dump site is at the existing consented Northern Disposal Area, which is located 25 km east of Great Barrier Island.
Latest update: 17 January 2019
On 16 January 2019, the EPA received confirmation from the Department of Conservation on matters relating to the draft proposed conditions submitted in association with CRL's closing statement. On 17 January 2019, the Decision-making Committee issued Minute 9 formally closing the hearing.
Learn more about Coastal Resources Limited's (CRL) application for a marine dumping consent and view the application documents.
Coastal Resources Limited's application will be decided by the Decision-making Committee (DMC) appointed by the EPA.
View the submissions and public notice for CRL marine dumping consent application.
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View the reports and advice sought in relation to Coastal Resources Limited's (CRL) marine dumping consent application.
View the correspondence to and from the Decision-making Committee (DMC), and minutes and directions from the DMC.
View information about the Coastal Resources Limited hearing.
View Official Information Act requests and our responses relating to this application.
View the evidence provided by Coastal Resources Limited (CRL) and submitters, and the information relating to expert conferencing.