WestConnex Strathfield monitor was the only Sydney monitor to breach both PM 10 and PM 2.5 national limits in 2018.
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WestConnex Haberfield monitors recorded highest PM 2.5 levels in NSW in 2018
PM 2.5 annual average levels 2018 : A comparison of WestConnex M4 East monitors with results for NSW OEH monitors
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NSW Parliamentary Inquiry slams WestConnex – and some end of year thoughts
NSW Parliamentary Inquiry into Westconnex found unacceptable health impacts, hidden costs, failed complaints procedures and failed community consultation
Ideas for investigating developments in your area – an open Frontyard workshop
On November 27th, I will give two workshops in investigative skills at 'Not-Only-Artist Run Initiative' Frontyard that will be free and open to anyone.
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Why did NSW Premier Berejiklian lie about the Sydney Gateway?
The NSW government could face serious questions from a NSW parliamentary committee about the Sydney Gateway project.
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Haberfield dust storm – not just a ‘regional event’
WestConnex contractors handling of complaints about a dust storm near Haberfield School on April 9, raises questions about the governance of WestConnex.
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Dangerous pollution at St Peters School—why didn’t anyone tell the parents?
A WestConnex St Peters public school monitor recorded the highest average levels of PM 10 of any monitoring site in Sydney in the first 3 months of 2018
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WestConnex blames two faulty monitors for Nitrogen Dioxide spike
WestConnex blames NO2 spike on faulty monitors and denies there is a problem with PM 2.5 levels at Haberfield School
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Nitrogen Dioxide spikes at Haberfield School – an Ecotech error or a national exceedance?
How can the community trust WestConnex air monitoring when NO2 spikes over several days and then disappears without explanation?
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NSW Planning ignores EPA’s advice and approves WestConnex ‘concept’ design
NSW Planning approved WestConnex Stage 3 despite receiving formal advice from the NSW EPA that a more detailed environment assessment of impacts was needed