Have your say on the Proposed Hi-Quality waste facility in Fyshwick by 17 September

It is important that as many inner south residents as possible lodge submissions in response to the Environmental Impact Statement for the Sydney-based Hi-Quality Group’s proposed waste processing facility in Tennant Street, Fyshwick (next to Domayne and around the corner from Bunnings).
  • See the location of the proposed facility on the map
  • Read the attached summary of the Environmental Impact Statement
  • Draw on the questions in the attached list of questions if you decide to attend the company’s information sessions from 29 August-6 September. Please remember these are NOT ISCCC events, but are organised by Hi-Quality’s consultants. See http://hiqualityfyshwick.com/qa-sessions/
  • Lodge a submission by 17 September 2020, even if it is only on one of the aspects of most concern to you, to EPDCustomerservices@act.gov.au referring to EIS 201900001. CC your submission to the ISCCC at info@isccc.org.au, and our local elected members who need to get the message that we don’t want that type of industry located in Fyshwick close to us: Andrew Barr MLA barr@act.gov.au; Candice Burch MLA candice@parliament.act.gov.au; Elizabeth Lee MLA lee@parliament.act.gov.au; Rachel Stephen-Smith MLA stephen- smith@act.gov.au; Shane Rattenbury MLA rattenbury@act.gov.au

Information update on EIS20190001 waste proposal at 6.08.2020
ISCCC Fyshwick Map-WithText 24.08.20

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One Comment

  1. nicola

    Should we not be following the Cradle to Cradle method of sustainable design and leader in recycling. One being the design of the facility , safety of the employees which also includes the location of the industry. Noise pollution and health etc.
    This is an idea that should not only provide jobs and recycling within Australia. It should not have the casualty of neighbouring living communities dealing with industrial structures at its doorstep. Isn’t Hume an option?

    A holistic, long term, respectful and forward-thinking leadership needs to be driving this project.

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