|Subject:||EPBC Act Requests for Approval - South Australia and Western Australia|
|From:||Chris Sanderson <>|
|Date:||Tue, 6 Sep 2005 18:29:14 +1000|
I get sent an email from the WWF about recent EPBC Act approval requests, and this time I found two for places that I know very little about but that sound like other people might like a chance to submit their thoughts. I post these because I feel they may impact on local birds in a way only a local might understand.
The first is a waterfront residential development on Hindmarsh Island at the mouth of the Murray River in South Australia. They want to create an artificial waterway (flood mitigation problems? water quality? - probably not EPBC Act criteria), among other things. Have a read and if you have any valid comments, send them to the DEH.
The second is a mineral sand and limestone mining venture south of Bunbury in SW Western Australia. They want to remove a section of native bushland and mine the soil substrate.
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