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Springvale Coal Services

Springvale Coal Services Operation is located near Blackmans Flat, approximately 8km from Springvale Mine.

The facility receives coal from Lidsdale Siding and Springvale via an overland conveyor system and processes it via a coal preparation plant. The majority of processed coal is transferred from the facility direct to Mount Piper Power Station and the balance transferred back to Lidsdale Siding (train loading facility) for export.

Community information and complaints*: +61 2 6355 9500
Email: springvalecoalservices@centennialcoal.com.au

For more information on Springvale Coal Service’s operations please click here.

Key Documents

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Blasting Notifications


Community Consultation

Document NameSizeDocument Date
2020 WCS NRS Completion update 431.36 KB6/05/2020
WCS SSD-5579 NRS Q1&2 2019 Community Update 291.48 KB4/09/2019
WCS SSD-5579 NRS Q3 and Q4 2018 Community Update437.98 KB31/12/2018

Community Consultative Committee

A Community Consultative Committee (CCC) provides a forum for open discussion between representatives of the Company, community, council and other stakeholders on issues directly relating to the mine’s operations, environmental performance and community relations, and keeps the community informed on these matters.


Community Complaints Register


Stakeholder Engagement Plan

The following document(s) relate to the mine’s operating and licence conditions.

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Authorisations under the Mining Act


Consents and Approvals under the EP and A Act

Document NameSizeDocument Date
WCS SSD 55791.42 MB23/08/2019

Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC)

The Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act is administered by the Federal Government’s Department of Environment which is incorporated into the Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Populations and Communities.

The EPBC Act requires any person who proposes to undertake an action that will have, or is likely to have, a significant impact on a matter of national environmental significance to refer that action to the Minister for a decision as to whether assessment and approval is required under the EPBC Act. This decision is referred to as a ‘controlled action’. Where it is deemed a controlled action, the Minister may approve the action and issue conditions of approval


Exploration

Environmental Assessments (EAs) are an assessment of the environmental, social and economic benefits and impacts of a proposed project or modification to an existing project. EAs are regulated by the NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure.

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Environmental Assessments

Approvals obtained to facilitate mining generally require management plans in consideration of various identified environmental impacts. These plans vary from operation to operation to reflect the operating conditions.

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Environment Management Plans

Approvals obtained to facilitate mining generally require management plans, strategies and programs in consideration of various identified environmental impacts.


Mining Operations Plan / Rehabilitation Management Plan

Mining operations in NSW are required, as a condition of an authorisation issued under the Mining Act, to conduct mining operations in accordance with a Mining Operations Plan (MOP) that has been approved by NSW Trade and Investment – Division of Resources and Energy.
The MOP describes the manner in which mining, processing, rehabilitation and reporting are to be undertaken with reference to Management Plans and Procedures. The MOP also establishes relationships to other approval and reporting requirements consistent with development consent, leases and licences.

Document NameSizeDocument Date
WCS Mining Operations Plan - Amendment A - Approval193.95 KB28/08/2020
WCS Mining Operations Plan - Amendment A44.22 MB6/04/2020

Pollution Incident Response Management Plan

The Pollution Incident Response Management Plan has been developed to satisfy the requirements of the Protection of the Environment Legislation Amendment Act 2011 (POELA Act) which requires the preparation, implementation and publication of a Pollution Incident Response Management Plan.

The objectives of these plans are to provide guidelines and procedures for the effective control and reporting of pollution incidents to all relevant stakeholders.

Whilst personal contact details for the following document are available in the controlled on-site Pollution Incident Response Management Plan, they do not appear in this public document under provision of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998.

Document NameSizeDocument Date
Springvale Coal Services Pollution Incident Response Plan- June 20213.17 MB30/06/2021

Subsidence Management Plans

Subsidence Management Plans (SMPs) and Extraction Plans are prepared by mining lease holders to consider the potential impacts of underground mining and identify measures to manage such impacts. SMPs & Extraction Plans may contain requirements for the avoidance of damage to particularly significant features, the mitigation of damage, or rehabilitation of subsidence related impacts.

The following provides a summary of environmental monitoring data undertaken as required by Environment Protection Licences and Approvals. The purpose of this data is to provide the community with meaningful information on the performance of environmental controls.

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Annual Reports


Environment Protection Licence Monitoring Data


Independent Environmental Audits