Matraville is an incredibly convenient suburb in which to live but who knew (or knows) the extent to which our health could be at risk.
You may have read and/or watched the media coverage and maybe even signed the petition but in order to help you understand the issues better, Matraville Precinct have put together a reference page on our website >>> http://www.matraville.info/mercury/
More importantly, this Thursday evening at 5.30pm the EPA (Environment Protection Authority) are holding a community forum titled “ORICA MERCURY INDEPENDENT REVIEW” regarding the Former Chlor-Alkali Plant remediation and legacy contamination at Matraville, NSW.
What: EPA COMMUNITY FORUM
When: 5:30 – 7pm, Thursday 7 March 2013
Where: The Alf Kay Eastlakes Community Hall, Florence Avenue, Eastlakes (goodness knows why Eastlakes!!!)
What: The EPA‘s Chief Environmental Regulator Mark Gifford will present information on the proposed Independent Review, as well as provide an opportunity for interested community members to discuss the establishment of the steering panel, proposed terms of reference and scope of works to be undertaken by the review. Click here for more information.
The Precinct understand Council’s Senior Sustainability Officer Bronwyn Englaro will attend as the representative for Randwick City Council.
We hope to see you there too.