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​Environmental Monitoring Data for the Englands Road Landfill - Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour City Council is the holder of an Environment Protection Licence issued by the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) under the Protection of the Environment Act 1997, for the Englands Rd landfill. 

In 2011, amendments to the Act were introduced that require holders of Environment Protection Licences to publish monitoring data. The requirement to publish applies to data collected from 31 March 2012 onwards. The relevant monitoring data is available below, together with a site map showing monitoring locations.

Licensee's name: Coffs Harbour City Council
Environment protection licence number: 6267
Licencee’s address:
Coffs Harbour City Council
Locked Bag 155
Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Complaints Line: 02 6648 4000

You can search the Office of Environment and Heritage website, for the licence by entering the Environment Protection Licence Number 6267.

Monitoring Network Map July 2012​

Englands Road Landfill Monitoring Data October 2020

Pollution Incident Response Management Plan for the Englands Road Landfill, Coffs Harbour

In 2011, amendments to the Act were introduced that require holders of Environment Protection Licences to prepare a Pollution Incident Response Management Plan (PIRMP). The PIRMP (web version) for Environment Protection Licence 6267 is available below.

PIRMP ERWMF EPL6267 June 2020