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Woodlawn waste management facility environmental impact statement

AGC Woodward-Clyde Pty. Limited1999
Subject: This environmental impact statement has been prepared to assess the potential environmental impacts of the construction and operation of the proposed Woodlawn Waste Management Facility loctaed some 40 km south of Goulburn. The effects of the proposed waste management facility on topography, geology and soils, geotechnical issues, hydrology, water quality, meteorology and air quality, the noise environment, flor and fauna, visual issues, traffic and transportation, socio-economic issues, surrounding land uses, planning and zoning, and archaeology and heritage are assessed in the EIS (ES.1 Introduction).
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St. Leonards, N.S.W. : AGC Woodward-Clyde, 1999.
3 v. (various pagings) : ill. maps ; 30 cm.
Volume I-Main report -- Volume II-Appendices -- Supplementary report.
Volume II - Appendices: Appendix A: Director-General's requirements -- Appendix B: Study team -- Appendix C: Supervisory licence -- Appendix D: Project need correspondence -- Appendix E: Rail transportation feasilibility assessment -- Appendix F: Statutory consultation -- Appendix G: Community consultation & newspaper article -- Appendix H: Deposited dust monitoring -- Appendix I: Road traffic assessment -- Appendix J: Flora and fauna assessment -- Appendix K: Cultural heritage assessment -- Appendix L: Pest and disease study -- Appendix M: Draft EMP.Volume I - Main report: Clause 50 certificate -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on text -- List of abbreviations -- Glossary of terms -- Executive summary -- Part A: Background -- Section 1: Introduction -- Part B: The Project -- Section 2: Needs and objectives; Section 3: Study area and alternatives; Section 4: Project description -- Part C: Consultation -- Section 5: Consultation -- Part D: Environmental assessment -- Section 6: Landform, geology, soils and geotechnical; Section 7: Groundwater; Section 8: Hydrology and surface water quality; Section 9: Meteorology and air quality; Section 10: Noise; Section 11: Traffic and transportation; Section 12: Flora and fauna; Section 13 Socio-economics; Section 14: Archaeology and heritage; Section 15: Landscape and visual; Section 16: Land use and property; Section 17: Statutory planning and controls -- Part E: Other environmental matters -- Section 18: Current ecological issues; Section 19: Energy conservation; Section 20: Health and risk; Section 21: Pests and disease control; Section 22: Cumulative impacts -- Part F: Environmental management -- Section 23: Monitoring and management; Section 24: Summary of safeguard measures -- Part G: Findings -- Section 25: Concluding statement; Section 26: Bibliography -- Plates -- Figures -- Tables.Supplementary report: Section 1 Introduction -- Section 2 Operational changes -- Section 3 Potential environmental impacts -- Section 4 Conclusion.
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