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Tyre Resource Recycling Facility
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is Elan Energy Matrix Pty Ltd’s (Elan Energy Matrix) proposal for the construction and operation of a Tyre Resource Recycling Facility. The proposal is located at Lot 60, 9 Fargo Way Welshpool, approximately 12 kilometres (km) south-east of Perth in the City of Canning. The land is zoned for industrial purposes.

The proponent has an existing tyre storage and shredding operation nearby at Lot 106, 101 Dowd Street Welshpool, which is licensed by the Department of Environment Regulation (DER). The proponent intends to relocate the storage and shredding components to Lot 60, 9 Fargo Way Welshpool and this is currently being addressed through Part V of the EP Act by the DER. The tyre storage and shredding operation is existing and is not part of the current proposal under assessment by the EPA.

The proposal involves processing of shredded waste tyres using an indirect fired Thermal Conversion Unit (TCU) to produce carbon black, steel wire, oil and process gas. The residual carbon from thermal processing of the tyres and the oil will be recovered, with the char upgraded to carbon black for sale.

The proponent must conduct the environmental review in accordance with this ESD and then report to the EPA in an environmental review report (PER document). As well as the proposal-specific requirements for the environmental review identified in this ESD, the PER document must also address the generic information requirements listed in section 10.2.4 of the EPA’s Environmental Impact Assessment (Part IV Divisions 1 and 2) Administrative Procedures 2012 (Administrative Procedures). When the EPA is satisfied that the PER document adequately addresses both of these requirements, the proponent will be required to release the document for a public review period of four weeks.


Status: Final
Release Date: 9 November 2016
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State Barrier Fence Esperance Extension
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is the proposal by the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia (the proponent) to construct an approximately 660 kilometre (km) long, 1.35 metre (m) high barrier fence referred to as the State Barrier Fence Esperance Extension (the proposal).

The existing State Barrier Fence (SBF) currently runs from just north of Kalbarri and terminates 25 km east of Ravensthorpe. The proposal would extend the existing SBF approximately 660 km from its termination point, north around Salmon Gums and end east of Esperance near Cape Arid National Park. The proposal is designed to protect agricultural enterprises in the Shires of Esperance and Ravensthorpe from impacts from targeted fauna species such as wild dogs, emus and kangaroos.

This ESD has been prepared by the EPA in consultation with the proponent, decision-making authorities and interested agencies consistent with EPA Environmental Assessment Guideline (EAG) 10 - Scoping a proposal. ESDs prepared by the EPA are not subject to public review.


Status: Final
Release Date: 27 October 2016
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Mining Area C - Southern Flank
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is BHP Billiton Iron Ore’s proposal to mine a satellite ore body at Southern Flank and development of mine pits and associated infrastructure within the existing approved Multiple Iron Ore Mine Development, Mining Area C – Northern Flank operations (Mining Area C).

The proposal is located on Mineral Lease ML281SA and the current land use is for the exploration and extraction of iron ore. The current Ministerial Statement 491 Development Envelope covers an area of 25,814 hectares (ha). An additional 10,218 ha would be added to the Development Envelope. The change, if approved, and the existing approved proposal would result in a new total Development Envelope area of 36,032 ha.

The proponent must conduct the environmental review in accordance with this ESD and then report to the EPA in an environmental review report (PER document). As well as the proposal-specific requirements for the environmental review identified in this ESD, the PER document must also address the generic information requirements listed in section 10.2.4 of the EPA’s Environmental Impact Assessment (Part IV Divisions 1 and 2) Administrative Procedures 2012 (Administrative Procedures). When the EPA is satisfied that the PER document adequately addresses both of these requirements, the proponent will be required to release the document for a public review period of 4 weeks.


Status: Final
Release Date: 29 September 2016
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Inner Harbour Structure Plan
Summary:

This revised Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) sets out the form, content and timing of the Environmental Review for the Inner Harbour Structure Plan Strategic Proposal for Koombana Bay, Bunbury. The previous ESD for this proposal was originally endorsed by the EPA and issued to the proponent on 30 January 2012. Since then, there have been changes to EPA environmental factors, policies framework and the approach for preparing ESDs. The proponent has therefore requested the EPA update the ESD to take into account these changes..

This revised ESD replaces the previous ESD issued on 30 January 2012.
Status: Final
Release Date: 8 August 2016
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Thunderbird Mineral Sands Project
Summary:

The proposed Thunderbird Mineral Sands Project is located approximately 98 km northeast of Broome and 72 km west of Derby in Western Australia. The project includes heavy mineral sands mining above and below the water table, dewatering within the Broome aquifer, onsite mineral processing, transport of mineral products to Derby Port and transhipping via King Sound using new and existing infrastructure at Derby Port.

The project includes:

  • Mining up to a depth of approximately 100 m below ground level.
  • Processing of heavy mineral sands including use of a tailings storage facility (TSF).
  • Progressive backfilling of the mine pit and rehabilitation of backfilled areas.
  • Upgrade and extension of an existing road to provide an approximately 32 km long site access road linking the project to the Great Northern Highway.
  • Groundwater abstraction from the Broome aquifer.
  • Supporting infrastructure including internal roadways, accommodation camp, power plant, workshops, offices and landfill.
  • Storage of mineral products and export from Derby Port.

The Thunderbird Mineral Sands Project has been referred and determined to be a Controlled Action under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and is being assessed under the Bilateral Agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the State of Western Australia made under section 45 of that Act.


Status: Final
Release Date: 4 July 2016
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Sandy Ridge Project
Summary:

The proposal is to develop a kaolin open cut mine and use the mine voids for the secure storage and isolation of hazardous, intractable and low level radioactive waste using best practice storage and isolation safety case.

The proposal is located approximately 75 kilometres (km) north-east of Koolyanobbing, Western Australia. Access is via a 100 km road to the Intractable Waste Disposal Facility Mount Walton East (Crown Reserve No. 44102) that extends northward from the Boorabbin Siding on Great Eastern Highway; a 4.5 km westwards section along an existing road; and a 5.3 km northwards section of new site access road into the development envelope.

The proposal has been referred and determined to be a controlled action under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and is being assessed under the Bilateral Agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the State of Western Australia made under Section 45 of that Act. The relevant matters of national environmental significance (MNES) for this proposal are:

  • The environment because the proposal is a nuclear action (s21 and 22A).

Status: Final
Release Date: 27 May 2016
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Jackson 5 and Bungalbin East Iron Ore Project
Summary:

The proposal by Polaris Metals Pty Ltd is to construct and operate two open-cut iron ore mines referred to as Jackson 5 (J5) and Bungalbin East within the Mount Manning area. The proposal is located approximately 100 kilometres north of Southern Cross in the Yilgarn region of Western Australia. The proposed mining developments would be located on banded iron formation (BIF) landforms within the Helena-Aurora Range and wholly within the Mt Manning-Helena-Aurora Ranges Conservation Park.

The proposal includes:

  • two open-cut mines;
  • two waste rock dumps;
  • haul roads; and
  • supporting mine infrastructure for both mines, such as run-of-mine (ROM) pad, site offices, workshop, laydown area, explosive magazine, borefield, wastewater treatment plant, reverse osmosis plant, power supply, fuel storage, hazardous materials storage area and landfill.

The proponent must conduct the environmental review in accordance with this ESD and then report to the EPA in an environmental review report (PER document). Once submitted, the PER document will be available for public review for eight weeks.

The proposal has been referred and determined to be a controlled action under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and is being assessed under the Bilateral Agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the State of Western Australia made under section 45 of that Act.

The relevant matters of national environmental significance (MNES) for this proposal are:

  • Critically endangered Ironstone Beard-heath (Leucopogon spectabilis);
  • Vulnerable Bungalbin Tetratheca (Tetratheca aphylla); and
  • Vulnerable Malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata).

This ESD is inclusive of work required to be carried out and reported on in the PER document in relation to MNES.


Status: Final
Release Date: 27 August 2015
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Blue Hills Mungada East Expansion Project
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is for an expansion of Sinosteel Midwest Corporation Limited's (SMC) approved DSO Project with the development of one new mine pit known as the Mungada East Expansion pit, located on the Mungada Ridge immediately east of the existing Mungada East mining area. The proposal is located approximately 66 kilometres (km) north-east of Perenjori in the Midwest Region of WA.

The proposal also includes a waste dump, processing plant and haul roads which would connect the newly proposed mine to the existing mine operations. The proposal would result in the clearing of 53.5 hectares (ha) of native vegetation on and adjacent to the Mungada Ridge within a 172.56 ha development envelope. 17.3 ha of clearing will occur on the Mungada Ridge landform.

This ESD sets out the requirements for the environmental review of the proposal.


Status: Final
Release Date: 27 July 2015
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Koombana Bay Marine Structures
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is the South West Development Commission’s (the proponent) Koombana Bay Marine Structures proposal. The proponent is proposing to upgrade the marine structures in Koombana Bay in order to meet existing demand and future requirements for small craft maritime infrastructure. The proposal includes new mooring facilities for commercial and recreational vessels, floating jetties, a boat servicing facility, improved public ablution facilities and upgraded boat launching and storage facilities.

This strategic proposal is being assessed by the EPA at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER). The purpose of an ESD is to:

  • provide proposal-specific guidelines to direct the proponent on the preliminary key environmental factors or issues that are to be addressed during the environmental review and preparation of the environmental review report;
  • identify the required work that needs to be carried out; and
  • confirm the timing of the environmental review.

This ESD has been prepared by the EPA in consultation with the proponent, decision-making authorities and interested agencies consistent with EPA Environmental Assessment Guideline for Scoping a proposal (EAG 10). ESDs prepared by the EPA are not subject to public review.


Status: Final
Release Date: 26 June 2015
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Yeelirrie Uranium Project
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is Cameco Australia PTY LTD’s proposal to develop the Yeelirrie Uranium Project, which is located 70km south-west of Wiluna. The project will involve the development and operation of two open pits and onsite metallurgical plant. The ore would be processed via an alkali tank leaching process and followed by direct precipitation. All tailings generated will be returned to the tailings storage facility (TSF) in the open pit.

This proposal is being assessed by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER). This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) sets out the requirements for the environmental review of the proposal.

The proposal has been also been referred and determined to be a controlled action under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and is being assessed as an accredited assessment under Section 87 of the EPBC Act.


Status: Final
Release Date: 8 May 2015
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Mt Gibson Range Mine Operations - Iron Hill Deposit
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is a proposal by Mount Gibson Mining Limited to mine iron ore (hematite and magnetite) from Extension Hill and Extension Hill North, which are located in the Mt Gibson Range and to transport the ore to the Port of Geraldton for export. The project also includes the construction of mine site infrastructure, such as ore processing facilities, haul roads and a mine camp.

The proposal is being assessed by the EPA under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER).

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) sets out the requirements for the environmental review of the proposal. It has been prepared by the EPA in consultation with the proponent, decision-making authorities and interested agencies consistent with EPA Environmental Assessment Guideline 10 - Scoping a proposal (EAG 10). ESDs prepared by the EPA are not subject to public review.


Status: Final
Release Date: 30 April 2015
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Mulga Rock Uranium Project
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is Vimy Resources Limited’s proposal to develop the Mulga Rock Uranium Project, which is located 240km east-north-east of Kalgoorlie. The project will involve the shallow open pit mining of four poly-metallic deposits with commercial grades of contained uranium hosted in carbonaceous material.

This proposal is being assessed by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER). This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) sets out the requirements for the environmental review of the proposal.

The proposal has been also been referred and determined to be a controlled action under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and is being assessed under the Bilateral Agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the State of Western Australia made under section 45 of that Act.

Proponent-prepared ESD: Download the summary table of submissions made during the comment period on the draft ESD and changes made in response to those submissions (pdf 254 kb)


Status: Final
Release Date: 26 February 2015
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Extension to the Wiluna Uranium Project
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is Toro’s proposed Extension to the Wiluna Uranium Project which involves the mining of two deposits, Millipede and Lake Maitland, as well as the construction of a haul road and associated infrastructure.

This proposal is being assessed by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER). This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) sets out the requirements for the environmental review of the proposal.

The proposal has been also been referred and determined to be a controlled action under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 and is being assessed under the Bilateral Agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the State of Western Australia made under section 45 of that Act.

Proponent-prepared ESD: Download the summary table of submissions made during the comment period on the draft ESD and changes made in response to those submissions (pdf 541 kb)


Status: Final
Release Date: 13 February 2015
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Yandicoogina Iron Ore Project - revised proposal
Summary:

The subject of this ESD is Hamersley Iron – Yandi Pty Limited’s (Hamersley’s) proposed Yandicoogina Pocket & Billiard South Iron Ore Mine. The proposal is located approximately 90 km north-west of the town of Newman. The revised proposal includes the development of the ore bodies known as Pocket and Billiard South which are located within the south-eastern corner of the development envelope of the existing Yandicoogina operations, approved under Ministerial Statement 914. The revised proposal (including existing Yandicoogina operations and the Pocket and Billiard South deposits) is likely to have a combined total throughput of up to 70 Mtpa over a mine life of approximately 16 years.

The above proposal is being assessed by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER). This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) sets out the requirements for the environmental review of the proposal.


Status: Final
Release Date: 31 December 2014
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Yilgarn Operations - Koolyanobbing Range F Deposit
Summary:

The subject of this Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is Cliffs Asia Pacific Iron Ore Pty Ltd proposal for mining and infrastructure development at Koolyanobbing Range F Deposit. The proposal is located approximately 50 kilometres north-east of the town of Southern Cross in the Shire of Yilgarn, and on the southern Koolyanobbing Range. The Koolyanobbing Range is part of the cluster of high biodiversity and high conservation significance banded iron formation (BIF) ranges of the Mount Manning Region in the Yilgarn Craton.

This proposal is being assessed by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER). This ESD sets out the requirements for the environmental review of the proposal.


Status: Final
Release Date: 23 December 2014
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Solomon Iron Ore Project Expansion
Summary:

The subject of this Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is the Solomon Iron Ore Project Expansion. The proposal is located approximately 60 km north of Tom Price. The revised proposal is to increase the disturbance area at the existing Solomon Mine project by up to 12,482 hectares (ha) in addition to the currently approved disturbance of 6,313 ha, of which 1,133 must be rehabilitated (Ministerial Statement 862) (total proposed disturbance of up to 18,795 ha). The increased disturbance would allow for the expansion of existing mine pits and associated infrastructure, and the addition of a new mining area known as Castle Valley within the development envelope. An additional bore field to the northeast of the mine would also be constructed, as well as borrow pits within the existing rail corridor. The proposal would increase the life of the mine from 20 years to 35 years and is due to an increase in resources discovered.

The proposal is being assessed by the EPA under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 at the level of Public Environmental Review. This ESD sets out the requirements for the environmental review of the proposal.


Status: Final
Release Date: 12 December 2014
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Ocean Reef Marina
Summary: The subject of this Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is the City of Joondalup’s upgrade and expansion of the existing marina facilities at the Ocean Reef Boat Harbour. The terrestrial components of the development are being progressed through a Metropolitan Region Scheme Amendment and are not being addressed through this ESD. However, where impacts from the terrestrial development have the potential to significantly impact the preliminary key environmental factors relevant to this proposal then they should be addressed in the PER.
Status: Final
Release Date: 25 September 2014
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Exploration Drilling E70/2227 (Feral Prospect)
Summary:

The subject of this Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is Hermitage Holdings Pty Ltd's proposed Exploration Drilling E70/2227 (Feral Deposit). The proposed exploration program is located approximately nine kilometres north-east of the Perenjori townsite in the Midwest Region, and on the Banded Ironstone Formation (BIF) landforms of the Perenjori Hills and within the plant assemblages of the Koolanooka System Threatened Ecological Community (Koolanooka TEC) (ranked Vulnerable).

This ESD has been prepared by the EPA in consultation with the proponent, decision-making authorities and interested agencies consistent with EPA Environmental Assessment Guideline (EAG) 10 - Scoping a proposal. ESDs prepared by the EPA are not subject to public review.


Status: Final
Release Date: 27 August 2014
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Jackson 5 Low Impact Drill Program on M77/1095
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act).

The proposal that is the subject of this assessment is Polaris Metals Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Mineral Resources Limited, proposed Jackson 5 Low Impact Drill Program on Mining Lease M77/1095.

The proposed exploration program is located approximately 50 km north of Koolyanobbing in the Shire of Yilgarn, and is wholly within the Helena and Aurora Range Conservation Park (No. 48470) (HARCP), managed by the Department of Parks and Wildlife. The HARCP was created to facilitate recreational activities consistent with the conservation of flora and fauna, and the preservation of archaeological, historic or scientific features. The area contains important natural and cultural values, and development proposals in this area are subject to the due processes of the EP Act and considered on their individual merit.


Status: Final
Release Date: 13 June 2014
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Christmas Creek Iron Ore Mine Expansion
Summary: This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

The proposal that is the subject of this assessment is Fortescue Metals Group Limited's (Fortescue's) proposed Christmas Creek Iron Ore Mine Expansion (Figure 1). The proposal is located approximately 111 km north-north-east of the town of Newman.

The proposal is for the expansion of the existing Christmas Creek mine for the development of an open-cut, strip mining iron ore mine, targeting Banded Iron Formation (BIF) material, to produce three products; Fortescue Blend, Special Fines and Rocket Fines. The mine life is currently estimated at approximately 14 years, to 2028, with approximately 889 million tonnes (Mt) of ore being mined, at an average rate of 55 Mtpa, incorporating peaks up to 66 Mtpa.


Status: Final
Release Date: 16 May 2014
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Western Australian Shark Hazard Mitigation Drum Line Program 2014-2017
Summary:

The Director General of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet (DPC) on behalf of the State of Western Australia, proposes to implement the Western Australian Shark Hazard Mitigation Drum Line Program 2014-2017.

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the form, content and timing of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

The EPA, in its formulation of the ESD, has undertaken consultation with the proponent regarding the details of the proposal, the preliminary key environmental factor and the scope of works required and expected outcomes. In addition the EPA has consulted with the relevant government agencies.

ESDs prepared by the EPA are available on this website for information purposes, but are not available for formal public review.


Status: Final
Release Date: 16 May 2014
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Nyidinghu Iron Ore Project
Summary:

The proposal that is the subject of this assessment is Fortescue Metals Group Limited's proposed Nyidinghu Project. The main part of the proposal (the mine site) is located approximately 100 km north-west of the town of Newman. The proposal is for the development of an open-cut iron ore mine, targeting Banded Iron Formation (BIF), Channel Iron Deposit (CID) fines product, and Detrital Iron Deposit (DID) fines product. The mine life is estimated at 15 years. Approximately 650 million tonnes of waste rock material from the mine will be sent to a dedicated waste rock dump. The mine pit is expected to be approximately 5 km long, by 2.1 km wide at its widest point, and extends approximately 270 m below ground level at the deepest point.

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).


Status: Final
Release Date: 14 May 2014
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Hazelmere Wood Waste to Energy Plant
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986.

The Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC) (the proponent) proposes to develop a 4 megawatt wood waste to energy plant in Hazelmere. The land is zoned for industrial purposes. The plant will be based on pyrolysis technology using an indirect-fired pyrolysis kiln to produce synthesis gas (syngas) for use in internal combustion gas engines for power generation. The pyrolysis process involves heating shredded wood at high temperatures in the absence of oxygen.


Status: Final
Release Date: 30 April 2014
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Perth Darwin National Highway – Swan Valley Section
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the form, content and timing of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act). The EPA notes that the proposal is also a controlled action under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and that the proposed action is being assessed through a public environment report assessment process. As the proposal is unable to be assessed through the bilateral agreement under section 47 of the EPBC Act, the Commonwealth Department of the Environment (DOE) and the OEPA have agreed to undertake a coordinated approach to this assessment.

Main Roads Western Australia, the proponent, proposes to construct and operate a freeway standard dual carriageway and grade separated interchanges between the Reid Highway/Tonkin Highway junction and Great Northern Highway at Muchea (Figure 1). The proposal forms a section of the Perth to Darwin National Highway, known as the Swan Valley Section, and also allows for a reservation in the median to protect for any future rail projects. The proposal comprises of a 963 hectare (ha) study area (Figure 1) in the form of an approximate 100 metre (m) wide by 40 kilometre (km) long corridor, within which a development envelope will be identified.


Status: Final
Release Date: 31 March 2014
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Strategic Proposal - Perth Northern Pipeline Corridors
Summary:

The Water Corporation proposes to secure a pipeline corridor between Forrestfield and Lancelin to enable the construction of transfer mains between current and future assets on an as needs basis until 2050.

The strategic proposal, known as the Perth Northern Pipeline Corridors (PNPC) proposal comprises of three pipeline corridors and laterals. The three corridors are approximately 180-200 km in length (commencing at the Forrestfield Reservoir site and terminating south of the Lancelin townsite) and 100m in width. Within this a construction corridor up to 50m wide will be required. The laterals will allow for flexibility for the pipeline to change between corridors, depending on project requirements or external factors.


Status: Final
Release Date: 5 February 2014
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BHP Billiton Iron Ore Pilbara Expansion
Summary:

BHP Billiton Iron Ore is seeking a regional strategic environmental assessment for its proposed future mines and associated infrastructure developments in the central Pilbara, in support of its long term growth aspirations.

The Environmental Protection Authority’s (EPA’s) Strategic and Derived Proposal mechanisms (EPA 2012a) are considered to be the most appropriate method for seeking environmental approval as a means to growing and maintaining production levels into the future, and achieving better environmental outcomes. It is an alternative to the mine-by-mine approach for environmental approvals traditionally used in Western Australia for mining projects.

To initiate the strategic environmental assessment process, BHP Billiton Iron Ore lodged a Strategic Proposal referral document with the EPA on 6 July 2012. Following the public comment period, the EPA announced on 25 July 2012 that it has decided to proceed with the assessment and has set a level of assessment at Public Environmental Review Strategic Proposal (PERSP).

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) has been prepared by BHP Billiton Iron Ore to meet the requirements of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act).

Scoping is required as part of the assessment process as it allows early identification of key issues.

Specifically this ESD aims to:

  • outline the proposed future mines and infrastructure developments comprising the Strategic Proposal;
  • identify and describe the relevant environmental factors; and
  • detail the scope and timing of studies and investigations to identify and address the potential impacts.

This ESD, including the scope of studies proposed to be undertaken to support the Strategic Proposal, has been prepared in consultation with key regulatory authorities. As an outcome of the scoping process, the PERSP will then focus on the environmental factors and issues of key significance, and identifying management, mitigation and offsets measures.


Status: Final
Release Date: 28 November 2013
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Cooljarloo West Titanium Minerals Project
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

The proposal that is the subject of this assessment is Tronox Management Pty Ltd proposed Cooljarloo West Titanium Minerals Project. The proposal is for an expansion of current operations at the Cooljarloo mineral sands mine. The EPA reported on the existing operations (EPA Report 330) and the proposal is subject to the requirements of Ministerial Statement 37, 557 and 790. In view of the above this proposal is a revised proposal which would allow the existing conditions and proponent commitments, (Statement 37, 557 and 790) to be updated into a single Ministerial Statement that is consistent with current practice that would apply across all the mining operations at the Cooljarloo mine.


Status: Final
Release Date: 30 August 2013
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Cyclone Mineral Sands Project
Summary:

The proposal is to develop a mineral sands deposit approximately 620 km east of Laverton and includes:

  • open cut mine pits;
  • processing infrastructure, including a tailing storage facility;
  • processing;
  • backfill of mined pits;
  • an approximately 250 km haul road from the deposit to Forrest railway station and siding, that runs through the Great Victoria Desert Nature Reserve;
  • supporting infrastructure, located within a miscellaneous licence yet to be determined, including haul road infrastructure, an accommodation camp, small remote area power station, airstrip and access roads; and
  • groundwater abstraction.

It is also proposed to develop a borefield with supporting infrastructure. The location of this is yet to be determined, although it is expected that water is to be drawn from a deep aquifer within the Murnaroo Formation in the Officer Basin.


Status: Final
Release Date: 21 August 2013
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Mid West Aquaculture Development Zone
Summary:

The Department of Fisheries, on behalf of the Minister for Fisheries proposes to create an ‘Aquaculture Development Zone’ to provide a management precinct for prospective future aquaculture proposals within State Waters, approximately 75 kilometres west of Geraldton within the Fish Habitat Protection Area of the Abrolhos Islands. The strategic proposal area has been selected by the proponent to maximise suitability for marine finfish aquaculture, and minimise potential impacts on existing marine communities and disruption to existing human use.

The strategic proposal, also known as the Mid West Aquaculture Development Zone (MWADZ), is proposed to encompass an area of 3000 hectares (ha) within the identified 5,200 ha study site. The study site comprises two areas:

  • a 4400 ha area located in Middle Channel, between the Easter Group and Wallabi Group; and
  • a 800 ha study area located in Zeewijk Channel, between Pelsaert Group and Easter Group of the Abrolhos Islands.

Status: Final
Release Date: 24 July 2013
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Gorgon Gas Development Fourth Train Proposal
Summary:

Chevron Australia Pty Ltd (Chevron Australia) seeks approval to enable production from the Gorgon Gas Development Foundation Project (Foundation Project) to be expanded from the approved 15 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) to 20 MTPA through the development of the Gorgon Gas Development Fourth Train Expansion Proposal (Fourth Train Proposal). The Foundation Project, which incorporates three Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) processing trains on Barrow Island using gas gathered from the Gorgon and Jansz–Io fields in the Greater Gorgon Area, is currently under construction.

Since receiving approval for the Foundation Project, the opportunity for progressing a fourth LNG train was identified after additional hydrocarbon resources in the Greater Gorgon Area were discovered. The Fourth Train Proposal involves the installation of facilities for gathering gas from these new offshore fields in the Greater Gorgon Area, transporting the gathered gas to, and processing it through a fourth LNG train on Barrow Island.

This Environmental Scoping Document specifically describes the scope of works required to satisfy Schedule 2 of the EPA's Environmental Impact Assessment Administrative Procedures 2010 (EPA 2010). It has been prepared in accordance with the Guide to Preparing an Environmental Scoping Document (EPA 2010a).

The purpose of this Environmental Scoping Document is to:

  • develop specific guidelines on the key environmental issues in State jurisdiction relevant to the Fourth Train Proposal that will be addressed in the PER/Draft EIS
  • identify the necessary impact predictions for the Fourth Train Proposal, and the information on the environmental setting required to carry out the assessment.

Status: Final
Release Date: 14 June 2013
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Koolanooka South Magnetite Project
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986.

Westralian Iron Pty Ltd proposes to develop three bulk sample pits at Koolanooka South (Figure 1). The project site is located approximately 20 kilometres (km) due east of Morawa and 370 km north of Perth. Bulk sampling is required to assist with future planning and design for the proposed development and to provide sufficient material for a test regime to fully understand the characteristics of the ore to enable an efficient Magnetite processing plant to be designed. The bulk sampling programme would involve the development of three bulk sampling pits and stockpiles, access tracks, waste dumps and soil stockpiles and laydown areas and take up to 12 months. The project would require a maximum of 68 hectares (ha) of vegetation clearing.


Status: Final
Release Date: 7 May 2013
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Kwinana Waste to Energy Project
Summary:

Phoenix Energy Australia Pty Ltd's proposal is to construct a Waste-to-Energy (WtE) facility to process up to 400,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) of municipal solid waste (MSW), to produce electricity. The facility is to be located in the Kwinana Industrial Area, and would include a WtE plant, a Brick Making plant, control room, laboratory, administration offices (if existing facilities cannot be used), roads and a car park. The proposal would require ground disturbance of up to 3.6 hectares (ha) with less than 1 ha of vegetation clearing.

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) to be prepared in accordance with the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act).


Status: Final
Release Date: 3 May 2013
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Boonanarring Mineral Sands Mine
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act).

Image Resources NL proposes to develop the Boonanarring Mineral Sands Mine located approximately 15 km north of Gingin and is adjacent to the Bartlett’s Well and Boonanarring Nature Reserves. The mine has approximately eight years of mine life and is proposed to be developed on land that has been predominantly cleared by farmers for agricultural activities, principally cropping and grazing. The mine will result in disturbance of 350 ha, with approximately 50 ha being native vegetation. It is currently expected that the mining rate will be approximately 3.3 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of ore and 12 Mtpa of waste overburden.


Status: Final
Release Date: 18 April 2013
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Eneabba Mineral Sand Mine IPL North
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

The proposal that is the subject of this assessment is Iluka Resources Limited proposed Eneabba Mineral Sands Mine IPL North. The proposal is for an open cut mine that will operate over approximately six years and will extract over 2.1 million tonnes (Mt) of heavy mineral concentrate (HMC) (mostly zircon and titanium minerals) from the IPL North mineral deposit. Ore will undergo initial onsite processing to produce HMC. Mining will commence at the most southern end of the deposit and progress to the north. It is expected that mining will occur 24 hours/day for the majority of the proposal.

The proposal covers an area of 545 hectares (ha) and includes areas of native vegetation as well as previously and/or currently disturbed areas such as the railway line, gas pipeline, existing roads and motocross site. The proposed locations for the topsoil stockpiles are on existing disturbed land.


Status: Final
Release Date: 31 March 2013
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North Star Magnetite Project
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

The proposal that is the subject of this assessment is FMG Iron Bridge (Aust) Pty Ltd's (FMG) proposed development of the North Star Magnetite Project. The main part of the proposal (the mine site) is located approximately 110 km south-east of the town of Port Hedland with water supply and slurry pipelines extending the proposal to the West Canning Basin and Port Hedland surrounds.


Status: Final
Release Date: 5 March 2013
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Koodaideri Iron Ore Mine and Infrastructure
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.

The proposal that is the subject of this assessment is Hamersley Iron Pty Limited's proposed Koodaideri Iron Ore Mine and associated infrastructure. The proposal is for a new iron ore mine and associated infrastructure relating to the Koodaideri deposit located approximately 110 km west-north-west of Newman in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The project is forecast to have a production rate of 70 million tonnes per annum and an operational mine life of >30 years. The total vegetation clearing footprint associated with the proposal is expected to be a maximum of 13,360 hectares.


Status: Final
Release Date: 4 January 2013
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Sorby Hills Silver Lead Zinc Project
Summary:

Sorby Management Propriety Limited is seeking to develop a new Silver Lead Zinc mine at the Sorby Hills deposit in the East Kimberley Region of Western Australia. The Sorby Hills Project is located approximately 50km by road north-east from the regional centre of Kununurra.

Sorby Hills is a major undeveloped deposit which has been well defined by extensive exploration. The shallow nature of the deposits will allow for the extraction of ore by open cut mining; the ore will be processed by flotation and a concentrate produced for export through Wyndham Port. The expected operational mine life is approximately 14 years.

The proposal for the Project was referred to the Environmental Protection Authority under Section 38 of the Environmental Protection Act 1986; the level of assessment for the Project was set at Public Environmental Review. Assessment at this level requires the preparation of an Environmental Scoping Document to identify the potential risks and impacts associated with the proposed Project and provide the scope of works required to ensure that the risks and impacts are properly considered and that comprehensive management plans can be developed.

An assessment of the potential environmental impacts associated with the proposal identified key potential issues relating to flora and vegetation, fauna, surface and groundwater, waste products, handling of ore concentrate, emissions, Aboriginal heritage, and closure and rehabilitation. These issues are discussed, with Environmental Protection Authority objectives, potential impacts, proposed investigations and management responses identified. The Environmental Protection Authority’s ‘Principles of Environmental Protection’ have also been considered and addressed.


Status: Final
Release Date: 19 September 2012
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Iron Valley Iron Ore Project
Summary: Iron Ore Holdings Ltd is seeking to develop an iron ore mine in the Pilbara region about 90km north-west of Newman. It is close to the Cloudbreak, Yandicoogina and Yandi operating mines and the Fortescue Marsh. Mining is proposed for above the water table only. The estimated mineable resource above the water table is 50 million tonnes and the expected operational mine life is 10 years.

This scoping document was prepared by the EPA. It requires the proponent to consider the potential environmental impacts of the proposal at regional and local scales, propose management responses, and describe the scope of surveys and investigations necessary to support the assessment. In addition to a discussion of the strategies to be carried out for relevant policy frameworks and guidelines to be incorporated it outlines the need for consultation with stakeholders. The scope includes a requirement for a comprehensive treatment of mine rehabilitation and closure.
Status: Final
Release Date: 26 July 2012
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Forest Management Plan 2014 - 2023 Environmental Scoping Document
Summary: The proposed Forest Management Plan 2014-2023 will be subject to formal Environmental Impact Assessment under Part IV of the Environmental Protection Act 1986. The Conservation Commission of Western Australia submitted a Referral document to the EPA, who determined the proposal would be formally assessed at the level of a Public Environmental Review under the Environmental Impact Assessment Procedures 2010. This environmental scoping document has been prepared in line with the requirements for this level of assessment.
Status: Final
Release Date: 22 June 2012
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Irvine Island Project
Summary:

Pluton Resources Limited (Pluton) proposes to mine iron ore at Irvine Island, located approximately 130 km north of Derby in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Ore will be pre-concentrated on Irvine Island by a dry method then shipped from the island to third parties in Asia for final beneficiation (the Proposal).

The ‘Irvine Island Project’ Proposal (the Proposal) was referred to the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) under section 38 of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) on 5 August 2011. The EPA decided on 10 October 2011 to assess the Proposal at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER) with a 12 week public review period. The EPA decision notice confirmed that assessment at the level of PER requires the Proponent (rather than the EPA) to prepare an Environmental Scoping Document (ESD).


Status: Final
Release Date: 19 April 2012
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Duchess Paradise Project
Summary:

Rey Resources Limited has identified a thermal coal deposit, known as Duchess Paradise, in the Canning Basin, West Kimberley, Western Australia. Subject to the successful completion of feasibility studies and agreements, and the granting of approvals, Rey Resources will develop and implement the Duchess Paradise Project (the ‘Project’) with the aim of mining, processing and exporting thermal coal.

The Project was referred to the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) by Rey Resources in June 2011 under s38 of the Environmental Protection Act 1986 (WA) (EP Act). The EPA has determined that the Project be assessed at the level of Public Environmental Review (PER), with an eight week public review period. The EPA also determined that the proponent prepare the Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) required to identify the environmental issues, investigations and studies to be addressed in the PER.


Status: Final
Release Date: 19 April 2012
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East Rockingham Waste to Energy and Materials Recovery Facility
Summary:

Where a proposal is subject to Public Environmental Review (PER), the proponent is required to produce a PER document in accordance with an approved Environmental Scoping Document (ESD).

The purpose of the ESD is to:

  • develop proposal-specific guidelines to direct the proponent on the key environmental issues for the proposal that should be addressed in preparing the PER document; and
  • identify the necessary impact predictions required for the assessment of proposal, and the information on the environmental setting required to carry out the assessment.

This proposal is for a waste to energy facility situated in the Rockingham Industrial Zone, south of the Kwinana Industrial Area. The proposal would require the clearing of approximately 10 hectares of native vegetation.


Status: Final
Release Date: 23 March 2012
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Turee Syncline Iron Ore Project
Summary:

Hamersley Iron Pty Ltd (the Proponent), a wholly owned subsidiary of Rio Tinto Iron Ore (RTIO), is seeking to develop a new iron ore mine at the Turee Syncline deposit in the Pilbara region of Western Australia (WA). The proposed Turee Syncline Iron Ore Project (the Proposal) will involve the construction and operation of a greenfield mine site approximately 15 kilometres (km) north-east of Paraburdoo. The mine will produce up to 10 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) dry ore from the Turee deposit. The expected operational mine life is approximately 16 years.

This ESD provides a summary of the potential environmental impacts, their significance and possible management responses; proposed scope of studies for incorporation into the PER; stakeholder consultation program; proposal and assessment schedule; and the study team.


Status: Final
Release Date: 23 February 2012
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Bunbury Port Inner Harbour Structure Plan
Summary:

This scoping document is provided to define the requirements for the proponent’s environmental review document (Public Environmental Review).

The strategic proposal is Bunbury Port Authority’s Inner Harbour Structure Plan. Bunbury Port Authority has prepared this plan to guide future development and decision making within the Inner Harbour and to conform to the strategic planning requirements under the Port Authorities Act 1999. It will also provide greater certainty of land use and development for port users, the Bunbury Port Authority and other decision making authorities, neighbouring landowners and the community.

It is expected the proponent will provide the details and key characteristics of the future proposals within the PER document. In setting out the details of the strategic proposal, it is also expected that the PER document will distinguish between the proponent’s 10-year plans and longer term plans for the inner harbour expansion. Additional future proposals may also be identified during the course of the assessment.

This ESD has been replaced by a contemporary version issued on 8 August 2016.

 


Status: Final
Release Date: 30 January 2012
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Yoongarillup Mineral Sands Mine
Summary:

This Environmental Scoping Document (ESD) is provided to define the requirements of the Public Environmental Review (PER) document to be prepared in accordance with the Western Australian Environmental Protection Act 1986 (EP Act) and the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

Doral Mineral Sands Pty Ltd propose to develop the Yoongarillup mineral sands mine approximately 17 kilometres (km) south east of Busselton on the Whicher Scarp. The mine has approximately three years of mine life and is proposed to be developed on cleared land and in State Forest. The mine will result in the disturbance of 65 hectares (ha) of pasture and the clearing of approximately 20 ha of native vegetation inside a State Forest managed area.


Status: Final
Release Date: 31 January 2011
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Wiluna Uranium Project Scoping Document
Summary: Toro Energy Limited proposes to develop the Wiluna Uranium Project located near Wiluna, Western Australia. The project would involve mining and processing of up to about 2 million tonnes Mt of mineralised ore per year over an anticipated mine life of up to 14 years, producing the equivalent of about 1200 tonnes per annum of uranium oxide concentrate. In accordance with the Environmental Protection Act 1986, a draft Environmental Scoping Document has been prepared which describes the proposal and the investigations which are proposed by Toro to investigate the likely effects of the project on the environment.
Status: Final
Release Date: 21 June 2010
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Environmental Scoping Document - James Point Port Stage 2
Summary: James Point Pty Ltd JPPL proposes to construct and operate an International Container Facility in Cockburn Sound, Kwinana WA. In accordance with the Environmental Protection Act 1986 EP Act, an Environmental Scoping Document ESD has been prepared which describes this proposal and the studies required to determine the likely effects on the environment. The environmental impacts and their management will be detailed in the Environmental Review and Management Programme ERMP, which will follow the ESD phase of environmental approval.

The ESD is available for a public review period of 4 weeks from Monday 19 April 2010 closing on Monday 17 May 2010.
Status: Final
Release Date: 19 April 2010
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Wheatstone Project
Summary: The Western Australian WA Environmental Protection Authority EPA has assigned an Environmental Review and Management Program ERMP level of assessment to the Wheatstone Project. The Commonwealth Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts DEWHA deemed the Project to be a controlled action to be assessed by an Environmental Impact Statement EIS. Chevron will undertake the State and Commonwealth assessments through a parallel/coordinated approach. This Environmental Scoping Document has been prepared as part of the assessment process and in accordance with EPA and Commonwealth guidance and procedures. The document is based on the Ashburton North site and has been prepared to satisfy the requirements of both jurisdictions Scoping and Guidelines. A single impact assessment document EIS/ERMP will be produced to satisfy both jurisdictions' requirements.
Status: Final
Proponent: Chevron
Release Date: 11 August 2009
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ERMP Scoping Document. Eneabba Mineral Sands Project. Iluka Resources Limited
Summary: Document available at www.iluka.com. Submissions close 13/4/09.
Status: Final
Release Date: 30 March 2009
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ERMP Draft Scoping Document. Fremantle Port Kwinana Quay Project - Offshore Island Port Facility Option Land-backed Port Facility Option.
Summary:

Public comment is invited on the Kwinana Quay Project Scoping Document for the proposed container port facilities at Naval Base/Kwinana.

Document available at www.fremantleports.com.au

Public submissions close on Monday 4 February 2008.


Status: Final
Release Date: 10 December 2007
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