Roads and Maritime Services welcomes clean up notice for Alexandria landfill site
11 November 2015
Roads and Maritime Services welcomes the NSW Environment Protection Authority’s (EPA) issuing of a clean-up notice for Stockpile 21 at the Alexandria Landfill site, the proposed site for the St Peters Interchange which forms part of Stage 2 of WestConnex.
The EPA had historically issued similar clean-up notices to the former owner of the site. These notices were still outstanding when the government took ownership of the landfill site in December last year.
The clean-up notice reinforces the importance of the clean-up under way at the landfill site.
It formalises a process for the clean-up of Stockpile 21, and requires Roads and Maritime to provide a final report to the EPA on the material and volumes removed by 6 May next year. The report will include a proposal to safely manage any remaining stockpile material either on or off the site.
Closure of the landfill will only happen if and when Stage 2 of WestConnex, the New M5 project, receives planning approval.
The Environmental Impact Statement for Stage 2, including the St Peters Interchange on the Alexandria Landfill site, will be on public display soon.
For more information on WestConnex visit http://www.westconnex.com.au/
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