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Okehampton Bay Annual Environmental Report

​​​Tassal are required to submit an Annual Environmental Report (AER) as a condition of their Environmental Licence.

The AER summarises key information regarding monitoring (video and benthic surveys; beach surveys), modelling (sediment deposition) and condition of sensitive receptors (reef and seagrass surveys).

The first report covered the period September 2017 (commencement of fish farming) to the end of April 2018. Subsequent AERs will cover 12-month reporting periods (May to April).

2018-19 Report​​​

The 2018-19 Annual Environmental Report addressing a 12-month reporting period from 1 May 2018 to 30 April 2019 has been submitted by Tassal in accordance with the requirements of Environmental Licence 10172/2.

  Annual Environment Report 2018-19 - Summary Report   (2Mb)

  Annual Broadscale Monitoring Report 2018-2019   (9Mb)

  Investigation Trigger Limit Analysis Report   (3Mb)

  Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler Data Analysis Report, July 2019   (1Mb)

  Annual Reef Monitoring Report 2018-19   (4Mb)

  Seagrass Survey Report 2018   (2Mb)

  Benthic Survey (Compliance and Control Sites) Report 2018-19   (5Mb)


Initial AER - September 2017 - April 2018​​

​The AER covering the period September 2017 (commencement of fish farming) to the end of April 2018 has been accepted by EPA Tasmania.

​The AER comprises the main report and six appendices:

  Annual Environment Report 2018   (2Mb)

  Benthic Monitoring Report 2018    (2Mb)

  Depositional Modelling Report 2018   (2Mb)

  Seagrass Monitoring Report 2018   (804Kb)

  Reef Monitoring Report 2018   (3Mb)

  ACDP Current Monitoring Report 2018   (1Mb)

  Broadscale Monitoring Report 2018   (7Mb)


​Salmon Environmental Management Section
134 Macquarie Street
Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: 03 6165 4604
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.