Invitation to Comment

Current Invitations to comment are listed below from various State and Federal Government Agencies that are relevant to Environmental Consultants and Practitioners.

  • DWER – Draft Odour guideline
    The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER)  is currently seeking feedback on the draft guideline;
    Draft Odour guideline for prescribed premises.
    This guideline sets out DWER’s information requirements for the analysis of odour impact for prescribed premises.
    For more information go to the consultation page of the DWER website.The consultation period closes on the 19th April 2018.
  • DWER Discussion paper – Controlled Waste Review
    The Department of Water and Environment Regulation is reviewing the Environmental Protection (Controlled Waste) Regulations 2004 to recognise changes in technology in the production and treatment of controlled wastes and incorporate new knowledge about the risks of particular wastes.
    The discussion paper seeks feedback from stakeholders on how the Government can ensure the management of controlled waste in Western Australia is risk-based, streamlined and effective.
    Stakeholder feedback will inform the development of options for reform which will be the subject of further consultation.
    For more information go to the consultation page of the DWER website. The consultation period is open from 16 March 2018 to 8 June 2018.
  • DWER – Draft MNA Guideline – Open for Comment
    The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has released the Draft Guideline Use of Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) for groundwater clean-up.
    More information including the Draft Guideline can be found on the DWER Website. The comment period is from 13 April 2018 to 8 June 2018.
  • DMIRS – Draft guidelines for Mineral Exploration
    The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) has released proposed amendments to the Mineral Exploration Reports on Mining Tenements guidelines. For more information go to the DMIRS website. The comment period is open until 30 June 2018.