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Potential measures to reduce air pollution from NSW ports

measures to reduce air pollution from NSW ports: A preliminary study undertaken by PAE Holmes (PDF 1.2MB) , is available for download White Bay air quality monitoring Sydney Ports publishes air quality monitoring reports for White Bay More   2017

Contacts for air pollution

Where air pollution causes or threatens material harm to the environment, a number of authorities must be notified - see duty to notify Members of the public wishing to report or inquire about air pollution should contact   2016

Reporting air pollution

While the EPA is working to improve air quality in NSW, people in the community can also play a vital role in improving the quality of the air we breathe by reporting air pollution incidents If you observe pollution Note   2013

What you can do about particle pollution

health effects and precautions you can take Use the Air Quality Index (AQI) The Air Quality Index (AQI) is an index for reporting daily air qualityIt indicates how clean or polluted the air is and is updated hourlyThe AQI uses a colour-coded   2012

Programs and strategies to minimise particulate pollution in regional areas

programThe Harden Murrumburrah Stubble Management Project is sharing knowledge via Landcare and other partners to enhance groundcover, improve crop productivity and reduce air pollution through improved management techniques, on-farm demonstrations and   2015

Clean Air for NSW Consultation Paper

Clean Air Summit  View from North Head lookoutPhoto: D Finnegan/OEH The Clean Air Summit formed part of stakeholder consultation on the Strategy and followed release of the  Clean Air for NSW Consultation   2017


Sources of air emissions pollution comes from many sources, so to find the best ways to improve air quality we need to know the contribution made by each sourceWhile urban and regional air pollution arises from a combination of natural,   2017

Part 2 of the Protection of the Environment Operations (Clean Air) Regulation 2002

Requirements relating to domestic solid fuel heaters are set out in Part 2 of the Protection of the Environment Operations (Clean Air) Regulation 2010The Regulation   2016

Interagency Taskforce on Air Quality in NSW

In May 2016, the EPA established the high level to consider significant air quality issues across NSWThe Taskforce provides input and advice on air quality management   2016

Lake Macquarie�“Wyong air quality

Macquarie�“Wyong Air Quality Annual Report 2014 (PDF 7MB) Lake Macquarie�“Wyong Air Quality Monthly Reports The Lake Macquarie�“Wyong Air Quality Monthly Reports provide a summary of available air quality and meteorological information   2016

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