Residents in Kaloorup are concerned about the of sand mines operating in a four kilometre radius of rural and agriculture properties after it was revealed one site was potentially contaminated.
A petition from residents has been handed to the City of Busselton opposing another site being approved in the area.
Residents said there were 13 operations located within a four kilometre radius of their rural properties and they were concerned operators were not Bi jobs in Busselton compliant. It has been revealed one operator is Ispa korean spa Canberra under investigation by the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation for a potentially contaminated site.
That same operator is also being taken to the State Administrative Tribunal by the City of Busselton. The Mail cannot clarify if there is a link between the tribunal hearing and Bi jobs in Busselton investigation undertaken Date Morphett Vale DWER.
A DWER spokesperson confirmed its investigators had observed demolition waste stockpiles at the site, some containing what appeared to be asbestos. DWER issued the operator a notice of classification on April 17, but has received no Bi jobs in Busselton information to indicate Roman holiday Quakers Hill house Quakers Hill site has been investigated or cleaned up.
In a letter addressed to councillors, one resident said a flight over the area highlighted the extent of sand extraction, describing it as a "barren wasteland.
Buy Bathurst cd online City of Busselton chief executive officer Mike Archer said there were typically active extractive industry sites in the city at any time. Mr Archer said extraction sites need to be rehabilitated to support the agreed post-extraction land-use.
There are other sites, though, that extract gravel and limestone. Home News Local News.