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All state highway roading projects are required to prepare a Construction Environmental and Social Management Plan (CESMP) in accordance with the State highway environmental and social responsibility standard, which will make some mention of how dust and odour are to be managed.

However, projects with a high air quality risk are typically required to develop a separate Construction Air Quality Management Plan (CAQMP). This plan describes the range of operational procedures tailored for the particular project and its location to ensure effective dust and odour control and is expected to cover:

  • What has to be done and why?
  • Who has to do it?
  • How will it be done?
  • What are the desired outcomes?
  • How will these outcomes be monitored?

Guidance on how to prepare a CAQMP, including a draft template recently developed by the Transport Agency, is available in the resources listed below.

For further information contact environment@nzta.govt.nz.