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Publications and Useful Resources - Contaminated Sites

​​​​​Infor​​​mation Bulletins

EPA Tasmania has produced information bulletins which cover a range of contaminated land issues.

  Information Bulletin 105 - Classification and management of contaminated soils for disposal   (309Kb)

  Information Bulletin 101 - Notification of a Contaminated Site   (129Kb)

  Information Bulletin 112 - The 'Sign-off' Process   (60Kb)

  Information Bulletin 114 - Guide to Engaging an ESA Consultant   (180Kb)


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  Contaminated Sites Unit Property Information Request Form   (181Kb)

  Site Summary Form   (167Kb) ​(submitted with reports required under a Part 5A Notice)

  Reporting a Contaminated Site Form   (181Kb)

​Other useful contaminated land assessment and manageme​​nt references

Assessment of Site Contamina​tion NEPM Toolbox

National Uniform Licencing Drillers Licensing Committee 2011, Minimum construction requirements for water bores in Australia, Edition 3, February 2012.

NSW Government, Office of Environment and Heritage (2000), Guidelines for Consultants Reporting on Contaminated Sites.​

Department of Environment, Government of Western Australia (April 2004), Contaminated Sites Management Series, Use of Monitored Natural Attenuation For Groundwater Remediation.

Note: Some older ​​​documents on this page do not meet current accessibility standards. They may ​also has out-of-date contact details (see below for current contact information) and broken links. Documents refer to the legislation that was current at the time of publishing. Efforts are being made to update documents wherever possible and we are committed to improving the accessibility of our documents to better meet the needs of all users. Please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance with these documents.​​

 

Contaminated Sites Unit
134 Macquarie Street
Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: 03 6165 4599 Fax: 03 6173 0254
Email: Enquiries@epa.tas.gov.au

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.