Environment Incident Response
In accordance with the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (POEO Act), Ampol recognises our responsibility to prepare and implement Pollution Incident Response Management Plans (PIRMPs).
The objectives of these plans are to:
- Ensure timely reporting about a pollution incident to staff on the premises, the Environment Protection Authority (EPA), Fire and Rescue NSW, NSW Ministry of Health, WorkCover NSW, local councils, and people outside of the facility that may be affected by a pollution incident.
- Minimise and control the risk of a pollution incident at the facility by requiring identification of risks and the development of planned actions to minimise and manage those risks.
- Ensure that the plan is properly implemented by trained staff, identifying persons responsible for implementing it, and ensuring that the plan is regularly tested for accuracy, currency and suitability.
Pollution Incident Response Management Plans (PIRMPs).
|Kurnell Terminal PIRMP|
|Banksmeadow Terminal PIRMP|
|Newcastle Terminal PIRMP|
Environmental Monitoring Data
Ampol has prepared this information in good faith exercising all due care and attention, but no representation or warranty, express or implied is made as to the relevance, accuracy, completeness or fitness for purpose of this information in respect of any particular user's circumstances. Provision of this information does not constitute an opinion or interpretation by Ampol of the information and users of this information should satisfy themselves concerning its application to, and where necessary seek expert advice in respect of, their situation. Under no circumstances will Ampol be liable for any loss or damage however caused, resulting from your use of or access to, or inability to use or access, this information.
In this section of the website Ampol provides data, in accordance with the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (POEO Act) section 66(6) and the NSW EPA Guideline “Requirements for Publishing Pollution Monitoring Data”.
Under the Environment Acts in NSW and QLD and site-specific Environment Protection Licences for the Kurnell Terminal, the Banksmeadow Terminal, the Newcastle Terminal and the Environmental Authority for the Lytton Refinery, the collection and reporting of monitoring and emissions data is required.
|Kurnell Terminal Data|
|Banksmeadow Terminal Data|
|Newcastle Terminal Data|
|Lytton Refinery Emissions Data|