Onslow Waste Transfer Station approximately 5km south-west of Onslow

Closed 9 Dec 2014

Opened 3 Dec 2014

Feedback Updated 27 Feb 2015

We Asked

Public comment was invited on the referral to help the EPA determine the appropriate level of assessment.

You Said

There were no comments on this referral.

We Did

The EPA decided not to assess the proposal as any potential impacts could be dealt with under Part V Division 2 of the EP Act (Clearing).

Overview

The Shire of Ashburton is proposing to construct and operate a Waste Transfer Station approximately 5 km south-west of the Onslow townsite. The extent of proposed ground disturbance is 2.2 hectares. 

The Waste Transfer Station will provide temporary storage for putrescible waste, green waste, waste concrete, mixed soils and sand, tyres and mixed building rubble. 

What Happens Next

Following the seven day public comment period and consideration of any comments received, the EPA will decide whether or not this proposal requires environmental impact assessment and, if so, what level of assessment will be applied.

The Chairman's decisions on level of assessment are released each Monday on the EPA's website.

Areas

  • All of Western Australia

Audiences

  • Public

Interests

  • Seven-day comment on referrals