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New Requirement for Licensees to Publish Monitoring Results
On the 16 November 2011 the above Amendment Act was assented to by the NSW Parliament. The Amendment Act introduced several changes to the way pollution incidents are reported and managed, including the new requirement for licensees to publish on the licensees website monitoring data that has been collected as a result of a licence condition. The changes apply to all holders of an environmental protection licence.
EPL 7186 - Clarence Valley Council. 704 Armidale Road, Elland
For Clarenza, North Grafton, Woodford Island and Yamba STP's, monitoring of Point 3 is required once a fortnight and at a minimum of 10 days interval. For Coutts Crossing STP monitoring is required monthly.
Maps of the STP sampling locations can be found here:
The EPA requirements specify that a link to the full licence on the EPA web site is provided. The below link will direct you to the licenses page on the Environment and Heritage website, please select the “Licences” option and type “Clarence Valley Council” into “Licence holder” to view Council’s licences.