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Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process of evaluating the likely environmental impacts of a proposed project or development, taking into account inter-related socio-economic, cultural and human-health impacts, both beneficial and adverse.

NEW EIA AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING:

SAMADE RESERVE.

Project: EROSION CONTROL & REMEDIATION ON COASTAL DEVELOPMENT

Land: OOTU TAPERE, AITUTAKI ISLAND, COOK ISLANDS

Click here to download a full copy of the EIA report and other relevant documents:

EIA Samade erosion control

Full EIA reports for the above application can be viewed at the following venues:

  • Environment Service Office, Arutanga, Aitutaki.
  • TNM Petrol Depot, Arutanga;
  • Maine Traders, Arutanga;
  • Aquila Supermarket, Amuri;
  • Aitutaki Village, Ootu.

Written submissions may be in Cook Islands Maori or English and submitted to the National Environment Service no later than the 29th day of June 2019.  

For further inquiries or information call please contact the Aitutaki Environment Office on mob 54 912 or our main office on Rarotonga, phone 21256 or
email: resources@cookislands.gov.ck

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Island Quarries Limited
Project: Quarrying Manufacturing Project Proposal
Land: Vaitamanga-Ki-Uta Part Sect 108, Tokerau Tapere, Arorangi District – Rarotonga

Click here to download a full copy of the EIA report and other relevant documents:
EIA_Island Quarry_EIAFinal
01 Island Quarry Ltd.- Report FINAL (07-02-2019) (002)
108 Quarry Exploration Report Mar 19.

Full EIA reports for the above application can be viewed at the following venues:
– National Environment Service Office, Pue
– National Library, Auditorium
– Te Ipukarea Society Office
– Blackrock Store
– Matex Store
– Friendly Mart
– Kavera Store
– Tex Mart

Written submissions may be in Cook Islands Maori or English and submitted to the National Environment Service no later than the 18th day of April 2019.

For further inquiries or information call our Advisory Compliance Division on 21256 or email resources@cookislands.gov.ck

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