Volunteer dust monitor hosts - one more needed

Thank you so much to the 10 people who have volunteered to host a dust monitor. After visiting all of these locations to determine their suitability, we now have two locations confirmed.

We are still seeking one final volunteer to host a dust monitor in areas 1, 2 or 3 on the Marino Dust Study map, and are writing again to residents in these areas. Four dust monitors are expected to be in place for around 12 months. Dust monitors require access to a residential power supply and the EPA will reimburse associated electricity costs.

The EPA will need to access the monitor at regular intervals throughout the 12 months, and will negotiate mutually convenient times with residents who are assisting.

If you have an area in your backyard which can’t be accessed by pets or young children, and you are willing to host a dust monitor, please contact: Rachel Colella, Principal Adviser Community Engagement on rachel.colella@sa.gov.au ph: (08) 8124 4216

Consultation has concluded. The EPA continues to support the Department for Energy and Mining in its regulation of Boral on activities within the EPA licence.

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