Foxground & Berry Bypass

Click here to view a copy of Fulton Hogan’s Pollution Incident Response Management Summary

Fulton Hogan holds an Environment Protection Licence (EPL) for the Foxground & Berry Bypass project. Under the EPL, Fulton Hogan is required to monitor emissions at specified points on the project and make these results available on the Fulton Hogan website.

Click here to view a copy of Fulton Hogan’s Environment Protection Licence 20462

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