2—Category 1a substances

Category 1a substances are total volatile organic compounds.

3—Category 1b substances

Category 1b substances are mercury and compounds (CAS number 7439 97 6).

4—Category 2a substances

The following are category 2a substances:




5—Category 2b substances

The following are category 2b substances:




6—Category 3 substances

The following are category 3 substances:




Schedule 2—Revocation of National Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Measure

The environment protection policy constituted of the National Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Measure is revoked.



Note—

The National Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Measure came into operation as an environment protection policy under section 28A(1) of the Act and continued in operation under Schedule 1 clause 4 of the Environment Protection (Miscellaneous) Amendment Act 2005 despite the repeal of section 28A by that Act.

The Measure has been amended and this policy implements the amendments as contemplated by section 29(1a) of the Act. For the purposes of section 29(1b) the Minister is satisfied that the provisions of this policy that are not included in or required by the Measure relate to the enforcement of the policy (including the imposition of penalties for contravention of the policy) or are otherwise necessary for the application of the policy in this jurisdiction.

South Australia



National Parks and Wildlife (Amendment of Schedules 7,
8 and 9 of Act) Regulations 2008

under section 80(2a) of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972



Contents

Part 1—Preliminary

1 Short title

2 Commencement

3 Amendment provisions

Part 2—Amendment of Schedule 7 of National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972

4 Amendment of Schedule 7—Endangered species

Part 3—Amendment of Schedule 8 of National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972

5 Amendment of Schedule 8—Vulnerable species

Part 4—Amendment of Schedule 9 of National Parks and Wildlife Act 1972

6 Amendment of Schedule 9—Rare species

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WATER MAINS AND SEWERS - All public acts appearing in this gazette are to be considered official, and obeyed as such


WATER MAINS AND SEWERS


Office of the South Australian Water Corporation

Adelaide, 21 February 2008



WATER MAINS LAID


Notice is hereby given that the following main pipes or parts of main pipes have been laid down by the South Australian Water Corporation in or near the undermentioned water districts and are now available for a constant supply of water to adjacent land.

ADELAIDE WATER DISTRICT


CITY OF HOLDFAST BAY

Alfreda Street, Brighton. p4



BAROSSA COUNTRY LANDS WATER DISTRICT


LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL

Across Molloy Road, Templers and Roseworthy. p17, 18 and 23

Mackereth Road, Roseworthy. p17-21 and 23

Across Perry Road, Roseworthy. p21

Krieg Road, Roseworthy. p22
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MALLALA

Oliver Road, Reeves Plains. p16

Humphrey Road, Reeves Plains. p16

COONALPYN DOWNS COUNTRY LANDS WATER



DISTRICT


COORONG DISTRICT COUNCIL

Princes Highway, Tailem Bend. p2



CRYSTAL BROOK WATER DISTRICT


PORT PIRIE REGIONAL COUNCIL

Edmund Terrace, Crystal Brook. p12



TOWNSHIP OF LOXTON WATER DISTRICT


DISTRICT COUNCIL OF LOXTON WAIKERIE

Raymond Avenue, Loxton. p13

Easements in section 186, hundred of Bookpurnong, Raymond Avenue, Loxton. p13

MENINGIE WATER DISTRICT


COORONG DISTRICT COUNCIL

McFarlane Street, Meningie. p27

Easement in lot 136 in LTRO DP 47130, McFarlane Street, Meningie. p27

PARNDANA WATER DISTRICT


KANGAROO ISLAND COUNCIL

Jubilee Avenue, Parndana. p3



TAILEM BEND WATER DISTRICT


COORONG DISTRICT COUNCIL

Princes Highway, Tailem Bend. p1 and 2



TOD RIVER COUNTRY LANDS WATER DISTRICT


DISTRICT COUNCIL OF FRANKLIN HARBOUR

Swallows Nest Road, Cowell. p25



WARREN COUNTRY LANDS WATER DISTRICT


LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL

In and across Gill Road, Freeling, Morn Hill and Linwood. p14 and 15



WATER MAINS ABANDONED


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned water mains have been abandoned by the South Australian Water Corporation.

ADELAIDE WATER DISTRICT


CITY OF SALISBURY

Easement in lot 501 in LTRO DP 74674, Shearwater Drive, Mawson Lakes. p26



BAROSSA COUNTRY LANDS WATER DISTRICT


LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL

Across Molloy Road, Templers and Roseworthy. p17 and 18

Mackereth Road, Roseworthy. p17-21

Across Perry Road, Roseworthy. p21

Krieg Road, Roseworthy. p22

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF MALLALA

Oliver Road, Reeves Plains. p16

Humphrey Road, Reeves Plains. p16



CRYSTAL BROOK WATER DISTRICT


PORT PIRIE REGIONAL COUNCIL

Edmund Terrace, Crystal Brook. p12



TOWNSHIP OF LOXTON WATER DISTRICT


DISTRICT COUNCIL OF LOXTON WAIKERIE

Raymond Avenue, Loxton. p13

Easements in section 186, hundred of Bookpurnong, Raymond Avenue, Loxton. p13

TOD RIVER COUNTRY LANDS WATER DISTRICT


DISTRICT COUNCIL OF FRANKLIN HARBOUR

Swallows Nest Road, Cowell. p25



WARREN COUNTRY LANDS WATER DISTRICT


LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL

In and across Gill Road, Freeling and Linwood. p14 and 15



OUTSIDE WATER DISTRICTS


OUTSIDE DISTRICT COUNCILS
Waterworks land (lot 91 in LTRO FP 199533), West Terrace, Parachilna. p5

WATER MAINS LAID


Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned water main has been laid down by the South Australian Water Corporation and is not available for a constant supply of water to adjacent land.

OUTSIDE WATER DISTRICTS


OUTSIDE DISTRICT COUNCILS
Waterworks land (lot 91 in LTRO FP 199533), West Terrace, Parachilna. p5

ADDENDA


Addendum to notice in “Government Gazette” of 27 May 1889.

MUNDALLIO WATER DISTRICT.”


“MAINS have been laid in the undermentioned streets, and the water is now ready for distribution:-”
“DISTRICT OF DAVENPORT.”

“Hundred of Davenport.”

“Government road south-east of sections 774 and 784 and south of sections 785 and 789—4 in. main from the east corner of section 360 to the south corner of section 791.”
To this notice add “This main is available on application only from the south-western corner of section 788, hundred of Davenport, running easterly.” p28
Addendum to notice in “Government Gazette” of 26 December 1893.

MUNDALLIO WATER DISTRICT.”


“MAINS have been laid in the undermentioned roads, and the water is now ready for distribution:-”
“DISTRICT OF DAVENPORT.”

“14 406 ft. of 3 in. main, running along road east of section 741 and south of sections 740, 739, and 738, hundred of Davenport, to hundred boundary.”


To this notice add “This main is available on application only.” p30 and 37
Addenda to notices in “Government Gazette” of 24 December 1931.

WATER MAINS LAID”


“NOTICE is hereby given that main pipes have been laid down by the Commissioner of Waterworks in the undermentioned streets, &e.”

MUNDALLIO WATER DISTRICT.”


“DISTRICT OF WOOLUNDUNGA.”

“Government road south-east of sections 900, 897, and 896, and west of sections 895, 737, 734, and 733, and tank reserve, and in waterworks reserve, hundred of Davenport—21 952 ft. of 5 in. main, continuation of 5 in. main, running south-westerly and southerly from boundary of water district to Davenport reservoir.”


To this notice add “This main is available on application only from the boundary of Mundallio Country Lands Water District
to the south-eastern corner of lot 6 in LTRO FP 13831.” p31-34 and 38

OUTSIDE WATER DISTRICTS.”


“DISTRICT OF WOOLUNDUNGA.”

“Easement in section 106, and Government road south-east and south of section 219 (quarry reserve), south of waterworks reserve, west and north-west of section 902, and north of section 81, hundred of Woolundunga—10 015 ft. of 5 in. main, from tank in section 106, running westerly, southerly, and south-westerly to boundary of Mundallio Water District.”


To this notice add “This main is available on application only.” p38-40
Addendum to notice in “Government Gazette” of 24 May 1945.

WATER MAINS LAID.”


“NOTICE is hereby given that main pipes have been laid down by the Minister of Works in the following street and that he is prepared to distribute constant supply of water therefrom to the lands and premises situate in such streets:-”

MUNDALLIO WATER DISTRICT.”


“DISTRICT OF KANYAKA.”

“Government road south-west of section 896, crossing railway line, hundred of Davenport—3 114 ft. of 4 in. main, from 5 in. main, Government road south-east of section 896, running north-westerly, connecting mains.”


To this notice add “This main is available on application only.” p30 and 31

Addendum to notice in “Government Gazette” of 18 October 1945.


WATER MAINS LAID”


“NOTICE is hereby given that main pipes have been laid down by the Minister of Works in the undermentioned streets and that he is prepared to distribute constant supply of water therefrom to the lands and premises situate in such streets:-”

REPLACING OLD MAINS.”


MUNDALLIO WATER DISTRICT.”


“DISTRICT OF KANYAKA.”

“Government road north of section 742 and north and north-east of section 741, hundred of Davenport—7 443 ft. of 3 in. main, continuation from 4 in. main, running easterly, south-easterly, and north-easterly to Government road south-east of section 740, connecting mains; replacing 7 443 ft. of 3 in. main.”


To this notice add “This main is available on application only.” p29 and 30
Addenda to notices in “Government Gazette” of 21 April 1949.

WATER MAINS LAID.”


“NOTICE is hereby given that main pipes have been laid down by the Minister of Works in the undermentioned streets and that he is prepared to distribute constant supply of water therefrom to the lands and premises situate in such streets:-”

REPLACING OLD MAINS.”


MUNDALLIO WATER DISTRICT.”


“DISTRICT OF KANYAKA.”

“Government road south of sections 788 and 789, hundred of Davenport—4 104 ft. of 4 in. main, continuation of 4 in. main, running easterly to Government road south-east of section 791, connecting mains; replacing 4 063 ft. of 4 in. main.”

“Government road south-east of sections 791 and 795, hundred of Davenport—8 756 ft. of 3 in. main, from 4 in. main, Government road south of section 789, running north-easterly, connecting mains; replacing 8 756 ft. of 3 in. main.”
To each of these notices add “This main is available on application only.” p28, 29, 35 and 36

Addendum to notice in “Government Gazette” of 8 March 2001.


WATER MAINS LAID”


“NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned water main has been laid down by the South Australian Water Corporation and is not available for a constant supply of water to adjacent land.”

OUTSIDE MUNDALLIO COUNTRY LANDS WATER DISTRICT”


“DISTRICT OF THE FLINDERS RANGES COUNCIL”

“Pichi Richi Pass, Saltia. p10”


To this notice add “This main is available on application only.” p39

SEWERS LAID


Notice is hereby given that the following sewers have been laid down by the South Australian Water Corporation in the undermentioned drainage areas and are now available for house connections.

ADELAIDE DRAINAGE AREA


CITY OF CHARLES STURT

Pedlar Street, Seaton. FB 1168 p28

CITY OF PLAYFORD

In and across Blackburn Road, Elizabeth East and Hillbank. FB 1168 p26

Bogan Road, Hillbank. FB 1168 p26

Sampson Grove, Elizabeth Grove. FB 1168 p27

CITY OF PORT ADELAIDE ENFIELD

Lae Avenue, Broadview. FB 1168 p29



STIRLING COUNTRY DRAINAGE AREA


ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL

Mount Barker Road, Aldgate—63 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1146 p58

Across Mount Barker Road, Aldgate—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1146 p58

Lot 210 in LTRO DP 1379, Mount Barker Road, Aldgate—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1146 p58

Lot 95 in LTRO DP 1949, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1153 p21

Lot 501 in LTRO DP 27426, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1153 p22

Lot 502 in LTRO DP 27426, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1153 p23

Lot 98 in LTRO DP 1949, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1153 p24

Lot 60 in LTRO DP 1797, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1153 p25

Lot 61 in LTRO DP 1797, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1153 p26

Lot 92 in LTRO DP 1949, Otranto Street, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1153 p27

Lot 91 in LTRO DP 1949, Otranto Street, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. This main is available on application only. FB 1153 p28



DELETIONS


Deletion of notices in “Government Gazette” of 18 May 2006.

SEWERS LAID”


“Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned sewers have been laid down by the South Australian Water Corporation and are not available for house connections.”

STIRLING COUNTRY DRAINAGE AREA”


“ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL”

“Mount Barker Road, Aldgate—63 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1146 p58”


“Across Mount Barker Road, Aldgate—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1146 p58”

“Lot 210 in LTRO DP 1379, Mount Barker Road, Aldgate—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1146 p58”


Delete these notices.

Deletion of notices in “Government Gazette” of 5 October 2006.

SEWERS LAID”


“Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned sewers have been laid down by the South Australian Water Corporation and are not available for house connections.”

STIRLING COUNTRY DRAINAGE AREA”


“ADELAIDE HILLS COUNCIL”

“Lot 95 in LTRO DP 1949, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1153 p21”

“Lot 501 in LTRO DP 27426, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1153 p22”

“Lot 502 in LTRO DP 27426, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1153 p23”

“Lot 98 in LTRO DP 1949, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1153 p24”

“Lot 60 in LTRO DP 1797, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1153 p25”

“Lot 61 in LTRO DP 1797, Mount Barker Road, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1153 p26”

“Lot 92 in LTRO DP 1949, Otranto Street, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1153 p27”

“Lot 91 in LTRO DP 1949, Otranto Street, Bridgewater—40 mm MDPE pressure sewer system. FB 1153 p28”
Delete these notices.
A. Howe, Chief Executive Officer, South Australian Water Corporation

South Australia



Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Notice 2008

under section 29 of the Environment Protection Act 1993

1—Short title

This notice may be cited as the Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Notice 2008.

2—Declaration of environment protection policy

(1) The draft policy known as the Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Policy 2008 and referred to the Governor by the Minister under section 29 of the Environment Protection Act 1993 is declared to be an authorised environment protection policy under that Act.

(2) The policy will come into operation on 31 March 2008.

Made by the Governor

with the advice and consent of the Executive Council

on 21 February 2008

EPCS07/0015


South Australia

Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Policy 2008

under the Environment Protection Act 1993



Contents

1 Short title

2 Interpretation

3 Purpose

4 Obligation to report

5 Obligation to keep records

6 Category 1, 1a and 1b reporting thresholds

7 Category 2a and 2b reporting thresholds

8 Category 3 reporting threshold

9 Details to be included in report

10 Exemptions

11 Disclosure of information by Authority

Schedule 1—Listed substances

1 Category 1 substances

2 Category 1a substances

3 Category 1b substances

4 Category 2a substances

5 Category 2b substances

6 Category 3 substances

Schedule 2—Revocation of National Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Measure

1—Short title

This policy may be cited as the Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Policy 2008.

2—Interpretation

(1) In this policy, unless the contrary intention appears—



Act

means the Environment Protection Act 1993;

CAS number

for a listed substance means the Chemical Abstracts Service number given for the substance in this policy;

category 1 substance

—see Schedule 1 clause 1;

category 1a substance

—see Schedule 1 clause 2;

category 1b substance

—see Schedule 1 clause 3;

category 2a substance

—see Schedule 1 clause 4;

category 2b substance

—see Schedule 1 clause 5;

category 3 substance

—see Schedule 1 clause 6;

EET manual

for an activity means a manual setting out techniques for making estimations required by this policy in relation to the activity published by the Commonwealth for the purposes of the National Pollutant Inventory—see www.npi.gov.au;

emission

of a listed substance includes the deposit, discharge and escape of the substance but does not include the transfer of the substance to a mandatory reporting transfer destination;

listed substance

means a category 1, 1a, 1b, 2a, 2b or 3 substance;

mandatory reporting transfer destination

means—

(a) a place or facility for the destruction or long term or permanent containment or disposal of a listed substance (including by means of landfill, tailings storage, underground injection or purpose built storage, sewerage system or incinerator); or

(b) a place or facility at which a listed substance is treated before being transferred to a place or facility referred to in paragraph (a),

but does not include a place or facility at which a listed substance is recycled, reprocessed, wholly or partially purified, immobilised, remediated, used for energy recovery or made ready for reuse;



National Pollutant Inventory

means the inventory of substances emitted or transferred by industry established as a result of the National Environment Protection (National Pollutant Inventory) Measure;

occupier

of a reporting facility means the person responsible for the day to day management of a prescribed activity carried on at the facility;

overburden

means the layer of unwanted rock and soil overlying a mineral deposit that is displaced during mining operations;

premises

includes an offshore vessel or structure for the recovery of petroleum or drilling or carrying out activities in connection with a well, but does not include an offshore vessel or structure engaged solely in investigations of the seabed to a depth of 100 metres or less;

prescribed activity

means an activity for which a current EET manual exists;

prescribed estimation technique

for a prescribed activity means—

(a) an estimation technique set out in an EET manual for the activity; or

(b) a technique approved by the Authority for the activity;

prescribed matter

means—

(a) overburden; or

(b) waste rock; or

(c) soil or sediment that is not contaminated by a pollutant listed in Schedule 4 of the Environment Protection (Water Quality) Policy 2003; or

(d) rock removed in building or road construction; or

(e) soil used for the capping of landfill;



reporting facility

means a discrete premises at which a prescribed activity is carried on;

reporting year

, in relation to a reporting facility, means—

(a) the yearly period approved in relation to the facility by the Authority and notified in writing to the occupier of the facility; or

(b) if no such period has been approved by the Authority in relation to the facility—a financial year;

waste rock

means the unwanted rock below the overburden that is displaced during mining operations.

(2) In this policy, the expression

mandatory provision

followed by a statement as to the category of offence is to be taken to signify that contravention of the provision at the foot of which the expression appears is, for the purposes of Part 5 of the Act, an offence of the category so stated.



Note—

Unless the contrary intention appears, terms used in this policy that are defined in the Act have the respective meanings assigned to those terms by the Act.

3—Purpose

The purpose of this policy is to provide for the collection of information for inclusion in the National Pollutant Inventory.

4—Obligation to report

(1) Subject to this policy, the occupier of a reporting facility must provide a report to the Authority in accordance with this clause if the reporting threshold for a listed substance is exceeded in relation to the facility during a reporting year.

Mandatory provision: Category B offence.

(2) The report must—

(a) be provided within 3 months after the end of the reporting year; and

(b) be signed by or on behalf of the occupier; and

(c) include the details required by clause 9.

(3) This clause does not apply to a reporting facility at which a dry cleaning business is carried on if fewer than 20 persons are employed in that business at that facility.

5—Obligation to keep records

The occupier of a reporting facility must—

(a) keep a record of—

(i) the information required to be provided under clause 4; and

(ii) the documents or records containing data used in generating such information,

for a period of 5 years commencing on the last day of the reporting year to which the record relates; and

(b) at the request of an authorised officer, make a record required to be kept under this clause available for inspection by the authorised officer.

Mandatory provision: Category B offence.

6—Category 1, 1a and 1b reporting thresholds

(1) The reporting threshold for a category 1 substance is exceeded at a reporting facility during a reporting year if, during that year, the total amount of the substance used or produced in the course of prescribed activities carried on at the facility is 10 tonnes or more.

(2) The reporting threshold for a category 1a substance is exceeded at a reporting facility during a reporting year if, during that year, the total amount of the substance used or produced in the course of prescribed activities carried on at the facility is 25 tonnes or more.

(3) The reporting threshold for a category 1b substance is exceeded at a reporting facility during a reporting year if, during that year, the total amount of the substance used or produced in the course of prescribed activities carried on at the facility is 5 kilograms or more.

(4) For the purposes of this clause, the following provisions apply:

(a) a listed substance is to be taken to be used or produced in the course of a prescribed activity carried on at a reporting facility if the substance or prescribed material containing the substance is—

(i) manufactured or processed in the course of the activity; or

(ii) coincidentally produced in the course of the activity, for example, as a by product or as waste; or

(iii) brought into the facility and consumed, or otherwise used or handled, in the course of the activity;

(b) however, a listed substance is not to be taken to be used or produced in the course of a prescribed activity carried on at a reporting facility if—

(i) when the substance or prescribed material containing the substance is brought into the facility, it is contained or incorporated in an article of a kind that precludes emission of the substance to air, land or water; and

(ii) the substance or prescribed material containing the substance remains, at all times while at the facility, contained or incorporated in the article; and

(iii) the article is, at all times while at the facility, handled in a way that precludes emission of the substance to air, land or water;

(c) a mixture or other material containing a listed substance is to be taken to be

prescribed material

containing the substance if—

(i) the MSDS (within the meaning of the Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations 1995) for the mixture or material, or some other document prepared by the manufacturer of the mixture or material and supplied with the mixture or material, identifies the substance as an ingredient or component of the mixture or material and contains information enabling the amount of the substance contained within a specified amount of the mixture or material to be determined; or

(ii) the person carrying on the prescribed activity could reasonably be expected (in the absence of such an MSDS or other document) to know that the mixture or material contains the substance and to determine the amount of the substance contained within a specified amount of the mixture or material;

(d) the amount of an acid used or produced is to be taken to be the amount of the acid compound used or produced;

(e) the amount of ammonia (total) used or produced is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of ammonia (NH3(CAS number 7664 41 7)) and ammonium ion (NH4+) in solution used or produced;

(f) the amount of chlorine and compounds used or produced is to be taken to include the amount of all chlorine compounds used or produced that may result in emissions of chlorine gas (Cl2), free residual chlorine, hypochlorite ion (OCI-), hypochlorous acid (HOCl) or chloramines;

(g) if a substance is listed as a specified substance and compounds, the amount of the substance used or produced is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of the specified substance and all such compounds used or produced;

(h) if a substance is listed as specified compounds, the amount of the substance used or produced is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of the specified substances contained in such compounds used or produced;

(i) if a substance is listed in the plural, the amount of the substance used or produced is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of all such substances used or produced.

7—Category 2a and 2b reporting thresholds

(1) The reporting threshold for each category 2a substance is exceeded at a reporting facility during a reporting year if, during that year, the prescribed activities carried on at the facility involve the burning of—

(a) 400 tonnes or more of fuel or waste; or

(b) 1 tonne or more of fuel or waste in any 1 hour period.

(2) The reporting threshold for each category 2b substance is exceeded at a reporting facility during a reporting year if—

(a) during that year, the prescribed activities carried on at the facility involve—

(i) the burning of 2 000 tonnes or more of fuel or waste; or

(ii) the consumption of 60 000 megawatt hours or more of electrical energy other than for lighting or motive power; or

(b) at any time during that year, the maximum potential electrical energy consumption of the prescribed activities carried on at the facility (other than for lighting or motive power) is 20 megawatts or more calculated on the basis of the aggregate maximum power rating of all electrical plant and equipment used in carrying on the prescribed activities.

8—Category 3 reporting threshold

(1) The reporting threshold for each category 3 substance is exceeded at a reporting facility during a reporting year if, during that year, the prescribed activities carried on at the facility result in 15 tonnes or more of total nitrogen or 3 tonnes or more of total phosphorus being emitted to waters or transferred to a mandatory reporting transfer destination (when the emissions and transfers are considered separately or in combination).

(2) For the purposes of subclause (1)—

(a) any amount of total nitrogen that is not a nitrogen compound that gives rise to nitrate or nitrite ions is to be disregarded; and

(b) any amount of total phosphorus that is not a phosphorus compound that gives rise to phosphate ions is to be disregarded; and

(c) any amount of total nitrogen that is not a soluble compound of nitrogen contained in materials that readily permit dissolution of nitrogen is to be disregarded for the purpose of determining the amount transferred to a mandatory reporting transfer destination; and

(d) any amount of total phosphorus that is not a soluble compound of phosphorus contained in materials that readily permit dissolution of phosphorus is to be disregarded for the purpose of determining the amount transferred to a mandatory reporting transfer destination.

9—Details to be included in report

(1) For the purposes of clause 4, the report must include the following details:

(a) the full name of the occupier of the facility;

(b) a telephone number at which the occupier may be contacted during office hours;

(c) the name, ACN (if any), ABN and postal address of each entity carrying on a prescribed activity at the facility;

(d) a description of the nature of each prescribed activity carried on at the facility;

(e) the address or location of the premises at which the reporting threshold has been exceeded.

(2) For the purposes of clause 4, the report must include the following details for each listed substance for which the reporting threshold has been exceeded during a reporting year:

(a) the name and CAS number (if any) of the substance;

(b) for each listed substance emitted to air, land or waters (whether in the course of prescribed activities carried on at the facility or during transfer of the substance from the facility to a mandatory reporting transfer destination)—

(i) the aggregate amount of the substance emitted to air calculated in accordance with a prescribed estimation technique; and

(ii) the aggregate amount of the substance emitted to land calculated in accordance with a prescribed estimation technique; and

(iii) the aggregate amount of the substance emitted to waters calculated in accordance with a prescribed estimation technique; and

(iv) in each case, a statement of the estimation technique used;

(c) for each category 1, 1b or 3 substance transferred to a mandatory reporting transfer destination—

(i) the aggregate amount of the substance so transferred (disregarding any amounts of the substance contained in prescribed matter) calculated in accordance with a prescribed estimation technique; and

(ii) a statement of the estimation technique used; and

(iii) a description of the type of mandatory reporting transfer destination to which the substance was transferred; and

(iv) a statement of whether the mandatory reporting transfer destination is or is not at the reporting facility.

(3) For the purposes of clause 4, the report must include a description of the type, and, for each type, the total mass, of fuel and waste burned in the course of prescribed activities carried on at the facility during the reporting year (but this information is not to be made available on the National Pollutant Inventory).

(4) For the purposes of this clause—

(a) the amount of an acid emitted or transferred is to be taken to be the amount of the acid compound that is emitted or transferred; and

(b) any amount of total nitrogen that is not a nitrogen compound that gives rise to nitrate or nitrite ions is to be disregarded; and

(c) any amount of total phosphorus that is not a phosphorus compound that gives rise to phosphate ions is to be disregarded; and

(d) any amount of total nitrogen that is not a soluble compound of nitrogen contained in materials that readily permit dissolution of nitrogen is to be disregarded for the purpose of determining the amount transferred to a mandatory reporting transfer destination; and

(e) any amount of total phosphorus that is not a soluble compound of phosphorus contained in materials that readily permit dissolution of phosphorus is to be disregarded for the purpose of determining the amount transferred to a mandatory reporting transfer destination; and

(f) the amount of ammonia (total) emitted or transferred is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of both ammonia (NH3(CAS number 7664 41 7)) and the ammonium ion (NH4+) emitted or transferred in solution; and

(g) the amount of chlorine and compounds emitted or transferred is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of chlorine gas (Cl2), free residual chlorine, hypochlorite ion (OCI-), hypochlorous acid (HOCl) and chloramines emitted or transferred, expressed as the equivalent weight of chlorine (Cl); and

(h) if a substance is listed as a specified substance and compounds, the amount of the substance emitted or transferred is to be taken to be the aggregate of the amount of the specified substance and the amount of the specified substance contained in each such compound emitted or transferred; and

(i) if a substance is listed as specified compounds, the amount of the substance emitted or transferred is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of the specified substances contained in such compounds emitted or transferred; and

(j) if a substance is listed in the plural, the amount of the substance emitted or transferred is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of all such substances emitted or transferred; and

(k) the amount of polychlorinated dioxins and furans emitted is to be taken to be the sum of the toxic equivalent amounts of the individual congeners emitted, determined in each case by multiplying the mass of the congener by the toxicity equivalency factor specified in the relevant EET manual; and

(l) the amount of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (Benzo[a]pyrene equivalent) (PAHs B[a]Peq) emitted is to be taken to be the sum of the toxic equivalent amounts of the individual congeners emitted, determined in each case by multiplying the mass of the congener by the toxicity equivalency factor specified in the relevant EET manual; and

(m) the amount of oxides of nitrogen emitted is to be taken to be the mass of nitrogen oxide and nitrogen dioxide emitted, expressed as the equivalent mass of nitrogen dioxide in accordance with the relevant EET manual; and

(n) the amount of particulate matter less than or equal to 2.5µm (PM2.5) emitted is to be taken to be the aggregate amount of all such matter emitted from the burning of fuel or waste.

10—Exemptions

(1) The Authority may, on the application of an occupier of a reporting facility, exempt the occupier from the requirement to include specified details in a report under this policy if satisfied that the disclosure of the details on the National Pollutant Inventory could reasonably be expected to—

(a) prejudice national security (within the meaning of the National Security Information (Criminal and Civil Proceedings) Act 2004 of the Commonwealth); or

(b) prejudice the commercial position of the person; or

(c) confer a commercial advantage on a third party.

(2) Before granting an exemption under subclause (1)(a), the Authority must consult the Minister of the Commonwealth responsible for the administration of the National Security Information (Criminal and Civil Proceedings) Act 2004 of the Commonwealth.

(3) An exemption under this clause—

(a) must be in writing; and

(b) is subject to any conditions specified by the Authority.

(4) The Authority may, by subsequent notice in writing to the holder of an exemption under this clause, vary or revoke the exemption.

11—Disclosure of information by Authority

The Authority may disclose details contained in a report provided to it under this policy (except details provided under clause 9(3)) to the person or body administering the National Pollutant Inventory.

Schedule 1—Listed substances

1—Category 1 substances

The following are category 1 substances:




Category 1 substance



CAS number



Acetaldehyde

75-07-0

Acetic acid (ethanoic acid)

64-19-7

Acetone

67-64-1

Acetonitrile

75-05-8

Acrolein

107-028

Acrylamide

79-06-1

Acrylic acid

79-10-7

Acrylonitrile (2-propenenitrile)

107-13-1

Ammonia (total)




Aniline (benzenamine)

62-53-3

Antimony and compounds

7440-36-0

Arsenic and compounds

7440-38-2

Benzene

71-43-2

Benzene hexachloro-(HCB)

608-73-1

Beryllium and compounds

7440-41-7

Biphenyl (1,1-biphenyl)

92-52-4

Boron and compounds

7440-42-8

1, 3-Butadiene (vinyl ethlyene)

106-99-0

Cadmium and compounds

7440-43-9

Carbon disulphide

75-15-0

Carbon monoxide

630-08-0

Chlorine and compounds




Chlorine dioxide

10049-04-4

Chloroethane (ethyl chloride)

75-00-3

Chloroform (trichloromethane)

67-66-3

Chlorophenols (di, tri, tetra)




Chromium(III) compounds

7440-47-3

Chromium(VI) compounds

7440-47-3

Cobalt and compounds

7440-48-4

Copper and compounds

7440-50-8

Cumene (1-methylethylbenzene)

98-82-8

Cyanide (inorganic) compounds




Cyclohexane

110-82-7

1,2-Dibromoethane

106-93-4

Dibutyl phthalate

84-74-2

1,2-Dichloroethane

107-06-2

Dichloromethane

75-09-2

Ethanol

64-17-5

2-Ethoxyethanol

110-80-5

2-Ethoxyethanol acetate

111-15-9

Ethyl acetate

141-78-6

Ethyl butyl ketone

106-35-4

Ethylbenzene

100-41-4

Ethylene glycol (1,2-ethanediol)

107-21-1

Ethylene oxide

75-21-8

Di-(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP)

117-81-7

Fluoride compounds




Formaldehyde (methyl aldehyde)

50-00-0

Glutaraldehyde

111-30-8

n-Hexane

110-54-3

Hydrochloric acid

7647-01-0

Hydrogen sulphide

7783-06-4

Lead and compounds

7439-92-1

Magnesium oxide fume

1309-48-4

Manganese and compounds

7439-96-5

Methanol

67-56-1

2-Methoxyethanol

109-86-4

2-Methoxyethanol acetate

110-49-6

Methyl ethyl ketone

78-93-3

Methyl isobutyl ketone

108-10-1

Methyl methacrylate

80-62-6

4,4' Methylene bis(2 chloroaniline) (MOCA)

101-14-4

Methylenebis(phenylisocyanate)

101-68-8

Nickel and compounds

7440-02-0

Nickel carbonyl

13463-39-3

Nickel subsulphide

12035-72-2

Nitric acid

7697-37-2

Organo tin compounds




Phenol

108-95-2

Phosphoric acid

7664-38-2

Polychlorinated Biphenyls




Selenium and compounds

7782-49-2

Styrene (ethenylbenzene)

100-42-5

Sulphur dioxide

7446-09-5

Sulphuric acid

7664-93-9

1,1,2,2 Tetrachloroethane

79-34-5

Tetrachloroethylene

127-18-4

Toluene (methylbenzene)

108-88-3

Toluene 2,4 diisocyanate

584-84-9

1,1,2 Trichloroethane

79-00-5

Trichloroethylene

79-01-6

Vinyl chloride monomer

75-01-4

Xylenes (individual or mixed isomers)

1330-20-7

Zinc and compounds

7440-66-6

Substance



CAS number



Carbon monoxide

630-08-0

Fluoride compounds




Hydrochloric acid

7647-01-0

Oxides of nitrogen




Particulate matter less than or equal to 2.5µm (PM2.5)




Particulate matter less than or equal to 10.0µm (PM10)




Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (B[a]Peq)




Sulphur dioxide

7446-09-5

Total volatile organic compounds




Substance



CAS number



Arsenic and compounds

7440-38-2

Beryllium and compounds

7440-41-7

Cadmium and compounds

7440-43-9

Carbon monoxide

630-08-0

Chromium(III) compounds

7440-47-3

Chromium(VI) compounds

7440-47-3

Copper and compounds

7440-50-8

Fluoride compounds




Hydrochloric acid

7647-01-0

Lead and compounds

7439-92-1

Magnesium oxide fume

1309-48-4

Mercury and compounds

7439-97-6

Nickel and compounds

7440-02-0

Oxides of nitrogen




Particulate matter less than or equal to 2.5µm (PM2.5)




Particulate matter less than or equal to 10.0µm (PM10)




Polychlorinated dioxins and furans




Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (B[a]Peq)




Sulphur dioxide

7446-09-5

Total volatile organic compounds




Substance



Total nitrogen

Total phosphorus
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