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State Significant Development

Determination

Yennora Liquid Waste Treatment Plant

Cumberland

Current Status: Determination

Interact with the stages for their names

  1. SEARs
  2. Prepare EIS
  3. Exhibition
  4. Collate Submissions
  5. Response to Submissions
  6. Assessment
  7. Recommendation
  8. Determination

Increase in the processing capacity of an existing resource recovery facility to 110,000 tonnes per year of liquid waste.

Attachments & Resources

Early Consultation (2)

BDAR Waiver Yennora_
191251_Scoping_Rev4

Notice of Exhibition (1)

Notice of Exhibition_13112020_073735

Request for SEARs (4)

Letter
Request for SEARs_20200511033217
BDAR Wavier
191251_Scope_REP_Rev6

SEARs (2)

Issued SEARs_04062020_120944
Issued SEARs_30012020_122042

EIS (23)

Environmental Impact Statement
Appendix 1 Site Plans, Swept Path Diagrams
Appendix 2 Odour Impact Assessment
Appendix 3 Noise Impact Assessment
Appendix 4 Soil and Water Assessment
Appendix 5A Traffic Impact Assessment
Appendix 5B Carpark Certification N1915887A
Appendix 5C Swept Path Diagrams
Appendix 6 Aboriginal Cultural Heritage
Appendix 7 Pollution Incident Response Mgmt
Appendix 8 Emergency Plan
Appendix 9 Environmental Management Plan
Attachment 1 All SEARS and Authority Advice
Attachment 2 Community Information Sheet
Attachment 3 Trade Waste Water Agreement
Attachment 4 Cumberland Council Flood Advice
Attachment 5 BDAR Waiver
Attachment 6 Council Development Consent
Attachment 7 Stormwater Sample Results
Attachment 8 Vehicle and Truck Register
Attachment 9 Public Complaint Register
Attachment 10 Council Traffic Consultation
Registered Quantity Surveyors Report Rev.3

Response to Submissions (5)

Updated Environmental Impact Statement
Response to Submissions
Request RTS - 17 Dec 2020
Department Comments on EIS - Jan 2020
Department Comments on RtS - April 2021

Agency Advice (15)

Advice on SEARs - EES Dec 2020
Advice on SEARs - EPA Dec 2019
Advice on SEARs - TfNSW - Jan 2020
Advice on SEARs - Council Jan 2020
Advice on SEARs - FRNSW - Jan 2020
Advice on SEARs - Council - April 2020
Advice on SEARs - EES - May 2020
Advice on SEARs - Council - May 2020
Advice on SEARs - EPA - May 2020
Advice on SEARs - EPA - April 2020
Advice on RtS - TfNSW
Advice on RtS - Council - March 2021
Advice on RtS - Council - April 2021
Advice on RtS - EPA - March 2021
Advice on RtS - FRNSW - March 2021

Additional Information (6)

RFI Request for Additional Information_09032021_033040
Swept path 2 18.11.21
Swept path 1 18.11.21
Interim Overnight Parking Plan RevB 18.11.21
191251_Management and Mitigation Measures 18.11.21
191251_Let8_Rev5 18.11.21

Recommendation (2)

Recommended Conditions SSD 10407
Assessment Report SSD 10407 Recommendation

Determination (3)

SSD-10407 Notice Of Decision
SSD-10407 Conditions of Consent
SSD-10407 Assessment Report

Post-determination Notices (1)

SSD-10407 Notice of Determination

Approved Documents

Management Plans and Strategies (3)

191251-04_EP_Rev2
Approval of Plan Strategy or Study_05082022_113841
191251-04_OEMP_Rev3

Note: Only documents approved by the Department after November 2019 will be published above. Any documents approved before this time can be viewed on the Applicant's website.

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Enforcements

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Inspections

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Note: Only enforcements and inspections undertaken by the Department from March 2020 will be shown above.

Submissions

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Ascendas REIT
Object
SYDNEY , New South Wales
Message
See attached submission
Attachments
Biodiversity and Conservation Division
Comment
PARRAMATTA , New South Wales
Message
Please find attached EES response
Attachments
Cumberland Council
Comment
,
Message
Comments provided
Attachments
ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AUTHORITY
Comment
Sydney , New South Wales
Message
Further information required for the EPA to issue General Terms of Approval.
Attachments
Department of Transport
Comment
Chippendale , New South Wales
Message
TfNSW Response
Attachments
ROADS AND MARITIME SERVICES DIVISION
Comment
PARRAMATTA , New South Wales
Message
Please find attached TfNSW Response
Attachments
Sydney Water
Comment
PARRAMATTA , New South Wales
Message
Attachments
TransGrid
Comment
Wallgrove , New South Wales
Message
Attachments
Fire & Rescue NSW
Comment
Greenacre , New South Wales
Message
FRNSW are satisfied with the risk and hazard aspect of the project.

In the event of a fire or hazardous material incident, it is important that first responders have ready access to information which enables effective hazard control measures to be quickly implemented. Without limiting the scope of the emergency response plan (ERP) requirements of Clause 43 of the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 (the Regulation), the following matters are recommended to be addressed:

1. That a comprehensive Emergency Response Plan (ERP) is developed for the site.

2. That the ERP specifically addresses foreseeable on-site and off-site fire events and other emergency incidents or potential hazmat incidents.

3. That the ERP details the appropriate risk control measures that would need to be implemented to safely mitigate potential risks to the health and safety of firefighters and other first responders.

Such measures will include the level of personal protective clothing required to be worn, the minimum level of respiratory protection required, decontamination procedures to be instigated, minimum evacuation zone distances and a safe method of shutting down and isolating machinery.

4. Other risk control measures that may need to be implemented in a fire emergency (due to any unique hazards specific to the site) should also be included in the ERP.

5. That two copies of the ERP (detailed in recommendation 1 above) be stored in a prominent ‘Emergency Information Cabinet’ located in a position directly adjacent to the site’s main entry point/s.

6. Once constructed and prior to operation, that the operator of the facility contacts the relevant local emergency management committee (LEMC). The LEMC is a committee established by Section 28 of the State Emergency and Rescue Management Act 1989. LEMCs are required to be established so that emergency services organisations and other government and non-government agencies can proactively develop comprehensive inter agency local emergency procedures for significant hazardous sites within their local government area. The contact details of members of the LEMC can be obtained from the relevant local council.

7. It is recommended that an emergency services information package (ESIP) be developed for the site and access to this document be provided to emergency service organisations. https://www.fire.nsw.gov.au/gallery/files/pdf/guidelines/guidelines_ESIP_and_TFP.pdf

For further information please contact the Fire Safety Infrastructure Liaison Unit, referencing FRNSW file number BFS20/3609. Please ensure that all correspondence in relation to this matter is submitted electronically to [email protected]
Heritage NSW – Aboriginal cultural heritage (ACH)
Comment
Sydney , New South Wales
Message
Heritage NSW advice for ACH attached
Attachments
Jemena Gas Works
Comment
NORTH SYDNEY , New South Wales
Message
Attachments
Water Group
Comment
,
Message
The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE)- Water and the Natural Resources Access Regulator (NRAR) have reviewed the EIS and have no comments.

Pagination

Project Details

Application Number
SSD-10407
Assessment Type
State Significant Development
Development Type
Waste collection, treatment and disposal
Local Government Areas
Cumberland
Decision
Approved
Determination Date
Decider
Director

Contact Planner

Name
Sheelagh Laguna