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Annual Report 2010-2011 National Environment Protection Council



Annual Report 2010-2011 National Environment Protection Council

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National Environmental Protection Council annual report 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 v Foreword iii Members of the National Environment Protection Council 201011 iv Executive Officers Report 1 Statement by Auditor 8 Statement by Executive Officer 10 Financial Statements 11 Assessment of the Implementation and Effectiveness of NEPMs 43 NEPC Reports on the Implementation of NEPMs Air Toxics 44 Ambient Air Quality 49 Assessment of Site Contamination 53 Diesel Vehicle Emissions 57 Movement of Controlled Waste between States and Territories 61 National Pollutant Inventory 69 Used Packaging Materials 75 Appendix 1: Reports on Implementation and Effectiveness of NEPMs 79 Air Toxics 81 Commonwealth 82 New South Wales 83 Victoria 84 Queensland 85 Western Australia 93 South Australia 94 Tasmania 96 Australian Capital Territory 102 Northern Territory 103 Ambient Air Quality 105 Commonwealth 106 New South Wales 107 Victoria 114 Queensland 118 Western Australia 125 South Australia 129 Tasmania 133 Australian Capital Territory 137 Northern Territory 140 Assessment of Site Contamination 145 Commonwealth 146 New South Wales 147 Victoria 148 Queensland 149 Western Australia 151 South Australia 152 Contents

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