Sep 08 2017

Veolia Environmental Services have received a substantial fine from the Environment Protection Authority for not meeting requirements on leachate management at its Tarago site

 

The $15,000 fine is for failing to meet the submission deadline for a component of the Long-term Leachate Management strategy for the Woodlawn Bioreactor.

 

NSW EPA says the Woodlawn bioreactor is a key component of waste infrastructure, but has a long history of odour and leachate issues.

 

To address these, the EPA negotiated with Veolia to commit to a long term strategy which was formalised as a series of pollution studies and pollution reduction programmes.

 
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