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Remediation Project History (PDF 185.7KB)
Former ChlorAlkali Plant Operation and Demolition Fact Sheet (PDF 268.9KB)
Investigating Mercury Contamination 2006 - 2009 Fact Sheet (PDF 331.3KB)
NSW Department of Health Fact Sheet on Mercury
On 30 April 2012 Orica submitted a Groundwater Monitoring Plan to the NSW EPA for annual monitoring for mercury in groundwater. Groundwater sampling under the Plan was carried out between December 2012 and December 2016. Reports are available on request.
Ongoing groundwater monitoring in the vicinity of the FCAP site is available here.
The FCAP Project was overseen by a NSW EPA-accredited Site Auditor, Mr Chris Jewell. He prepared the following Site Audits:
Site Audit Blocks A and M, Former ChlorAlkali Plant, Botany Industrial Park - December 2013 (PDF 4.9MB)
Site Audit Excavation of Shallow Impacted Soils, Block G, Former ChlorAlkali Plant, Botany Industrial Park - January 2014 (PDF 4.9MB)
In 2008 a Human Health and Environmental Risk Assessment (HHERA) was prepared to assess the potential risks to human health and the environment associated with mercury in soil and groundwater.
In late 2012 the NSW EPA requested a review of the 2008 HHERA in order to consider more recent monitoring and toxicity data and a revision to the National Environment Protection Measure (NEPM) for Assessment of Contaminated Sites.
The Revised HHERA was reviewed by the NSW EPA and is provided below.
FCAP Human Health and Environmental Risk Assessment (HHERA) - 20 June 2013 (PDF 877.6KB)
FCAP HHERA - Figures (PDF 10MB)
Prof Brian Priestly of Monash University prepared an independent review of the original HHERA and has also conducted a review of the updated HHERA.
Peer Review of 2013 HHERA (PDF 108.1KB)
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