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EPA to host Exmouth Gulf cumulative impact assessment community consultation meeting
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) will hold a community meeting for interested stakeholders and community members to inform its strategic advice regarding the Exmouth Gulf. The Ashburton Salt project is included in the cumulative impact study.
The meeting will be held on Monday 22 March. Advanced registrations are required.
K+S continues to support the EPA in their consultation process. We encourage anyone with an interest in providing feedback to the EPA about proposals on and near the Exmouth Gulf to register for this meeting.
Registrations close Tuesday 2 February. For meeting details and to register, visit the EPA website.
For more information about our engagement with the EPA as part of their consultation process, view our environmental update from October 2020.
ABOUT THE EPA’S CUMULATIVE IMPACT ASSESSMENT
In August 2020, the WA Environment Minister asked the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to conduct a cumulative environmental impact study regarding current and proposed activities with the potential to impact the Exmouth Gulf.