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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2008  
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Contents >> Environment >> Environmental complaints >> Domestic pollution incidents

Responding to reported domestic pollution incidents (including noise and air pollution and spillage and odours) is the responsibility of local governments. Local government officials investigate domestic pollution incidents resulting from:

  • parties, sporting events, concerts
  • chain saws, lawn mowers, burglar alarms
  • domestic fires
  • domestic animals
  • water mains and storm water
  • septic tanks (e.g. overflows, odours)

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