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Budget 2011-12 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget



Budget 2011-12 Budget Paper No.3 The Budget

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254 Darwin Port Corporation Environment Improving environmental practices and exploring alternate bulk loading options with stakeholders to stimulate growth and develop Darwin as the port of choice for bulk mineral exports. Business Improvement Improving the safety of the Corporations working environment for customers, operators and staff. Continuing the development of a marine management and training centre, equipped with modern technology, to improve the efficiency and safety in the delivery of vessel traffic services within the Port of Darwin. Budget Highlights for 2011-12 Economic Sustainability Continued expansion of land at East Arm Wharf through the reclamation of the Eastern Reclaimed Area and filling of Pond F. $3million to improve the bulk loading system to enhance operational capabilities in regard to environmental sustainability and stakeholders needs. $3million to undertake engineering and design works for an overland conveyor at EastArmWharf. Staged maintenance for City Wharf facilities, including the Frances Bay Mooring Basin, Fishermans and Stokes Hill wharves. Environment $0.6million to improve wash down facilities at East Arm Wharf to address environmental compliance and treatment of contaminants. $M 2011-12 New Capital Works East Arm Wharf quarantine wash down bay 0.6 East Arm Wharf overland conveyor design works 3.0 East Arm Wharf upgrade existing ship loader and gallery conveyor 3.0 Stabilisation of earth wall at Frances Bay Drive 0.5

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