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
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Why won't the NSW government investigate high levels of dangerous PM 2.5 at Haberfield school?
Parents need answers from the NSW Gladys Berejiklian government about why pollution levels at Haberfield Public School have been so high this year.
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Hundreds of negative results raise questions about WestConnex air monitors
“We have never before observed such high values for negative air pollution concentrations as we see in the Westconnex data” – Dr James Whelan, EJA
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Haberfield school children cop WestConnex dust storm
Westconnex construction sites expose residents to dangerous levels of particulate matter.
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WestConnex M4 East violates national pollution standards—and the tunnel hasn't even opened
Air monitoring around WestConnex M4 East shows pollution levels above national standards & raises serious health concerns.
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RMS thumbs its nose at NSW EPA
Last week RMS submitted its massive Response to Submissions and Preferred Infrastructure Report on behalf of Sydney Motorway Corporation to NSW Planning.
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WestConnflicts of interest
An apparent conflict of interest has arisen in the choice of the company Pacific Environment.
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Airborne carcinogens increase around kids
Homes, community centres, worksites and open spaces will be exposed to increased health risks if NSW Planning approves WestConnex’s M4/M5 tunnls.