NATURAL RESOURCES ACCESS REGULATOR INTRODUCES NEW MONITORING PROGRAM

The state’s independent water regulator is tripling the number of site inspections it does each year.

30 new recruits have signed on as part of a ‘routine monitoring program,’ undergoing training in Armidale this week before they’re deployed across New South Wales.

“We’ll be also using the opportunity to determine a baseline level of compliance and provide advice and take action on significant water non-compliance, should we encounter it.”

The regulator hopes with more boots on the ground, it will become more efficient.

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