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A Receiving Environment Monitoring Program (REMP) may be required for an activity that releases contaminants to waters. The aim of a REMP is to monitor and assess the potential impacts of contaminants releases to the environment. A REMP will help evaluate whether the conditions on the licence are effectively maintaining or protecting environment values over time.

The document, which is largely of a technical nature, provides guidance for implementing a REMP where a proponent is required to do so by the administering authority.

The guideline will be subject to review and improvement to ensure it appropriately addresses Industry needs.

 

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Manuals

Noise monitoring is undertaken by the Queensland Government for a variety of reasons; including the provision of information to government for policy and investment decision-making, to underpin environment management decisions by government and industry, and to assess impacts on the community and environment.

This manual explains how to:

  • Plan a noise measurement
  • Take on-site source and background noise measurements
  • Determine component levels by removing ambient noise
  • Make adjustments to account for tonal and impulsive characteristics
  • Report noise measurements.

The Noise Measurement Manual facilitates consistency and reliability of noise measurement.

Last updated
13 December 2018