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Viva Energy commenced environmental remediation of the western area of the Clyde Terminal to ensure it meets current standards for commercial/industrial land use.
Viva Energy received development consent from the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) in early May 2020 to undertake these works.
You can view the project approvals and conditions of consent at the DPIE website.
You can keep up to date on the project via our community updates.
View Project Approvals and Conditions of Consent
The Development Application to undertake the Western Area Remediation Project was accompanied by an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). Consultation with the community, State and local government and regulators was undertaken during development of the EIS.
The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is a comprehensive document required as part of the development approvals process, to address potential impacts of the Project.
Download the EIS fact sheet
The EIS was prepared by independent health, risk, environmental and other technical and industry experts. You can view the EIS and RTS reports on the DPIE website.
View the Environmental Impact Assessment
View the Response to Submissions Report
Viva Energy is undertaking the remediation works in three main stages. A detailed Remediation Action Plan (RAP) has been prepared for Stage 1 and Stage 2 of the works.
Stage 1 – Remediation Action Plan
STAGE 2 – REMEDIATION ACTION PLAN
To manage our work and minimise impacts to the community and the environment, a number of management plans have been developed for the Project.
Stage 1 Remediation Environmental Management Plan
STAGE 2 REMEDIATION ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN
SITE AUDIT REPORT – WESTERN AREA REMEDIATION PROJECT STAGE 2, AUGUST 2021
SITE AUDIT REPORT – WESTERN AREA REMEDIATION PROJECT STAGE 1, FEBRUARY 2021
Site Audit Report – Western Area Remediation Project Stage 1, June 2020
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