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Botanical Resources Australia - Plant Expansion

EPA Assessment Complete

The Proposal
Public Exhibition of Documentation and Public Representations
Environmental Effects Report
Environmental Assessment Report and EPA Decision
For Further Information

The Proposal

Botanical Resources Australia (BRA) proposed to upgrade and expand a pyrethrum plant at Industrial Drive, Ulverstone to 15,000 tonnes of production per year.

The proponent lodged a Development Application with a supporting Environmental Effects Report (EER) to the Central Coast Council.

The application was referred to the Board of the Environment Protection Authority (the Board) for assessment under the Environmental Management and Pollution Control Act 1994 (EMPCA).

Public Exhibition of Documentation and Public Representations

A copy of the permit application, and of all plans and other documentation submitted with the permit application (including the EER) were made available for public inspection.

Following the public comment period the proponent was required by the Board to prepare an EER Supplement to address issues raised in public and government agency consultation

Environmental Effects Report

  BRA - EER and Appendices 1 and 2   (3Mb)

  BRA - EER Appendix 3, 4 and 5   (9Mb)

  Botanical Resources Supplement   (150Kb)

Environmental Assessment Report and EPA decision

The environmental assessment report has now been completed and can be viewed below. This report contains an environmental assessment and recommendations to the Board in relation to the proposal.

The permit conditions required by the Board to be included in the land use permit, if a permit is granted, by Central Coast Council are contained in Appendix 2 of the environmental assessment report.

  Botanical Resources Australia - EAR   (5Mb)

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The Environment Protection Authority acknowledges the Tasmanian Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of lutruwita (Tasmania) and pays respect to their Elders, past and present.