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Environmental Monitoring

MTW manages and maintains an extensive Environmental Monitoring program for its operations.   The program includes monitoring of a range of environmental aspects including noise, air quality, blasting, surface water, and groundwater. 

 

MTW Environmental Monitoring WEBSITE (INSITE)

MTW operates an several Real Time Environmental Monitoring stations to continuously monitor air quality and noise aspects.  

MTW employs Community Response Officers (CROs) who routinely undertake visual inspections of MTW’s operations, from both inside and outside operational boundaries. CRO's validate real-time air quality and noise alarms. They attend to community concerns regarding operational activities and undertake attended noise monitoring as required to validate and advise operational staff to mitigate potential off-site impacts. 

To access the location of MTW's noise and air quality monitoring stations and view operational response measures implemented by MTW, please visit MTW's environmental monitoring website (Insite)

 

Monthly Environmental Monitoring Reports (MEMR)

The MEMR includes environmental monitoring performance data and community complaints records.

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EPL Monitoring Reports

Pollution monitoring data is provided to meet the requirements of Section 66(6) of the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (POEO Act) to make Environment Protection Licence (EPL) pollution monitoring data publicly available.

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