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Request for feedback

The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) is undergoing environmental regulatory reform.

To clarify how DWER will carry out its regulatory functions under Part V Division 3 of the Environmental Protection Act 1986, the department is producing emissions guidelines supported by a series of detailed documents and process improvements for more efficient, effective, transparent, consistent and accountable environmental regulation in WA.

The draft Odour guideline for prescribed premises is the first of these, and is designed to guide applicants, licensees, consultants, members of the public and Department staff on the requirements for odour impact analysis.

This guideline sets out DWER’s information requirements for the analysis of odour impact for prescribed premises.

The Department is currently seeking feedback on the draft guideline.

Guideline for consultation

The guideline can be downloaded by clicking the link below:

Odour guideline for prescribed premises (draft)

Consultation duration

25 January 2018 to 19 April 2018 (12 weeks).

All submissions must be received by 5pm (WST) on 19 April 2018

How to lodge your submission

Please send your comments on the guideline to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

While email submissions are preferred, hard copies may be mailed to:

Project Manager
Air Quality Services
Department of Water Environmental Regulation
Locked Bag 33
CLOISTERS SQUARE WA 6850

About making a submission

By making a submission, you are consenting to the submission being treated as a public document and being published on the Department’s website. Your name will be included but your contact address will be withheld for privacy.
If you do not consent to your submission being treated as a public document, you should mark it as confidential, specifically identify those parts which you feel need to be kept private, and include an explanation. The Department may request that a non-confidential summary of the material is also given. It is important to note that even if your submission is treated as confidential by the Department, it may still be disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act 1992 or any other applicable written law.
The Department reserves the right before publishing a submission to delete any content that could be regarded as racially vilifying, derogatory or defamatory to an individual or an organisation.
Please take careful note of the deadline for comment, as no late submissions will be accepted.