Owners, customers and other stakeholders

Owners

Nelson City Council

The Nelson City Council and its forebears have been responsible for sewage disposal in the city since the first piped disposal system was put in place in approximately 1907.  The City has expanded by amalgamation of adjoining areas.  Tahuna Town Board joined the City in 1953 and Stoke was transferred from Waimea County Council in 1960.

Tasman District Council

Tasman District Council and its forebears have been responsible for sewage disposal in the area since the first piped disposal system was put in place in the late 1940s and early 1950s.  The Tasman District was formed by the amalgamation of adjoining Boroughs and Districts in 1989.  Before amalgamation Richmond Borough and Waimea District, along with Nelson City Council, were the major stakeholders in the Regional Scheme.

Customers

External

  • Nelson City Council and Tasman District Council
  • Industrial contributors (Nelson Pine Industries, ENZA Foods and Alliance Nelson)
  • Government departments and agencies, including Ministry for the Environment, Ministry of Health, Audit NZ
  • Nelson Marlborough District Health Board
  • Tangata Whenua comprising of six Iwi
  • Consultants
  • Contractors (Total Construction Ltd and Astro Environmental)

Internal

  • NRSBU Joint Committee
  • Nelson City and Tasman District Council Staff