The Guide, produced by Environment Canterbury in consultation with the earthworks industry, provides practical advice about on-site measures that help you meet resource consent conditions and prevent waterway and dust-related pollution.
With the help of our sponsors, Maccaferri NZ Ltd, MBC and RST Environmental Solutions Ltd, Environment Canterbury offers a range of training workshops:
Gregor McLean has over 17 years’ experience in environmental management gained from both council and consultancy work. Gregor manages a variety of multi-disciplinary environmental projects on behalf of clients in both the private and public sectors. Gregor is also involved in environmental and relationship management for various environmental and planning related projects through New Zealand. Gregor has provided consultancy services comprising preparation of resource consent applications, environmental sediment control plans, and project management services for a arrange of developments through Australasia. Gregor is a recognised leading expert in Erosion and Sediment control, chemical flocculation, adaptive management and stormwater management. Gregor provides industry training for a number of councils additional to Environment Canterbury and organisations, and provides expert peer review and witness services to various organisations. Gregor is a director of SouthernSkies Environmental Limited.
This is a one-day workshop for those who are involved or interested in the building, operation, maintenance or decommissioning of measures set out in erosion and sediment control plans. This workshop provides a background understanding of erosion and sediment control methods and the environmental effects of sediment.
To register: email@example.com
Course fee: $350.00 including GST.
Lincoln Research Centre
The Lawrence Room
Corner Springs Road and Gerald Street
This is a one-day workshop for Consultants (who lodge consent applications for earthworks and stream works, prepare assessments of environmental effects and erosion and sediment control plans in support of these and who call for tenders for the approved works), Site Contract Managers, Local Authority staff (involved with policy, consenting and compliance associated with earthworks and stream works), and those wanting a detailed working knowledge of erosion and sediment control. This workshop provides a background understanding of erosion and sediment control methods and the environmental effects of sediment. Time is also spent visiting a greenfield development site and preparing an erosion and sediment control plan.
Attendance is limited to 20 people at each workshop.
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0800 324 636 (EC INFO)
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