EPA's 'be quiet' warning to glass factory

A manufacturing company in Knoxfield has been told to clean up its act before November or face serious financial penalties.

The Environment Protection Authority inspected the Australian Glass factory in Rushdale Street last month.The EPA's southern metro manager Leigh Bryant said that following numerous reports of noise pollution in the area, the elevated noise levels were traced back to Australian Glass.The company was issued with a notice to fix the issues and was required to provide the EPA with an interim noise management plan to reduce current noise levels by June."Australian Glass is required to make long-term fixes to its equipment and plant by November," Mr Bryant said.Read more here.A manufacturing company in Knoxfield has been told to clean up its act before November or face serious financial penalties.  

The Environment Protection Authority inspected the Australian Glass factory in Rushdale Street last month.

The EPA's southern metro manager Leigh Bryant said that following numerous reports of noise pollution in the area, the elevated noise levels were traced back to Australian Glass.

The company was issued with a notice to fix the issues and was required to provide the EPA with an interim noise management plan to reduce current noise levels by June.

"Australian Glass is required to make long-term fixes to its equipment and plant by November," Mr Bryant said.

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