This business case provides analysis of the regulatory regime for 1080 operational use.
Data from the business case has been used to develop the proposal for a section 360(1)(h) regulation under the Resource Management Act.
The business case was commissioned by TBfree NZ (a subsidiary of OSPRI NZ) and involved collaboration with regional councils, MPI and DOC.
The business case includes the following appendices:
- Appendix A: Evaluating the use of 1080: Predators, Poisons, and Silent Forests [Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment website]
- Appendix B: Five yearly report for aerial 1080 [Environmental Protection Authority website; PDF, 2.5 MB]
- Appendix C: Cost benefit analysis of options to streamline Resource Management Act compliance for aerial 1080 operations (Sapere Group Limited) [PDF, 1 MB]
- Appendix D: Summary of 1080 reassessment [Environmental Protection Authority website; PDF, 1.35 MB]
- Appendix E: HSNO controls for 1080 [PDF, 707 KB]
- Appendix F: Aerial 1080 products registered for use under Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act (Latitude Planning Services) [PDF, 184 KB]
- Appendix G: Regional Plan activity status for aerial 1080 operations (Latitude Planning Services) [PDF, 252]
- Appendix H: Analysis of duplication (Latitude Planning Services) [PDF, 470 KB]
- Appendix I: Examples of DOC and MOH permission conditions [Department of Conservation, Ministry of Health website]
- Appendix J: Summary of Standard Operating Procedures (Department of Conservation, TBfree New Zealand Limited) [PDF, 460 KB]
- Appendix K: Summary of Tennyson Inlet costs and summary of consents for Battle for our Birds operation [Department of Conservation website; PDF, 460 KB]
- Appendix L: Description of short list (Latitude Planning Services) [PDF, 762 KB ]
- Appendix M: Summary of options assessment (Latitude Planning Services) [PDF, 203 KB]