The Case for Best Practice Erosion and Sediment Control Compliance – a SEQ Perspective (2013)

The Case for Best Practice Erosion and Sediment Control Compliance – a SEQ Perspective (2013)

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The Case for Best Practice Erosion and Sediment Control Compliance - a SEQ Perspective (2013)

The Case for Best Practice Erosion and Sediment Control Compliance - a SEQ Perspective (2013) - Last updated 19 October 2019

"Sediment runoff from urban construction sites is a major source of pollution and potentially the greatest contemporary risk to the environmental health and economic productivity of Moreton Bay. Studies undertaken by Healthy Waterways [Healthy Land and Water] and other stakeholders have identified low levels of compliance (~5%) with erosion and sediment control requirements on large scale urban land development sites during construction."

 

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