Beverley and Woodville South

Many historical activities have polluted the groundwater in Woodville North.

The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has been assessing groundwater and soil vapour in Beverley and Woodville South for historically used chemicals including trichloroethene (TCE) since 2015. This area has a proud manufacturing history and past chemical handling practices have contaminated the groundwater and vapour in the soil.

The EPA has undertaken work on private properties and has tested indoor air in some homes for vapour contamination coming up through the soil. In a small number of homes the EPA has installed mitigation systems to reduce this vapour to very low levels, which are considered to be safe over a long

The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has been assessing groundwater and soil vapour in Beverley and Woodville South for historically used chemicals including trichloroethene (TCE) since 2015. This area has a proud manufacturing history and past chemical handling practices have contaminated the groundwater and vapour in the soil.

The EPA has undertaken work on private properties and has tested indoor air in some homes for vapour contamination coming up through the soil. In a small number of homes the EPA has installed mitigation systems to reduce this vapour to very low levels, which are considered to be safe over a long duration of time.

If you have any questions or would like to speak with our staff about this work, please get in touch on:

  • Phone: (08) 8124 4216
  • Email

Reports from past assessments, maps and community updates

The EPA has a long history of working in Beverley and Woodville South, and links to previous reports, letters to residents, media releases and other information is available below:

Reports

Letters and community updates

Community working group meetings

Media releases



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