In 1989, when the new sewage treatment plant at Ti-, Bill Piesse, a former wastewater treatment chemist at the Council, first proposed a level 3 treatmentThe tree bend was commissioned.Senator Ted Sands, who pushed forward the unanimously adopted motion on the factory\'s priority meeting at yesterday\'s council meeting, said Launceston residents had waited long enough.\"It\'s shameful that we \'ve been waiting for decades to not do anything,\" says Oldman sands .
The river system is equivalent to some dead water in Bangladesh.\"It is not allowed to allow human waste to be pumped into the river.When the city\'s integrated sewage and rainwater systems are overloaded after heavy rainfall, the sewage appears at the mouth of the river.
Senator Rosemary Armitage says it is impractical to change the system of 9120 Launceston families, so tertiary treatment is the best option.Interestingly, she said, river users complained about illness after contacting Tamar\'s water.Aldermen vote 8-3 approve Hazell Bros to build a concrete batching plant on the semi-HighwayDespite concerns about noise pollution by two residents, access to rural land is still possible and their visual comfort and future land plans will be affected.
Geoffrey Hazell, general manager of Hazell Bros, said that the plant, located on Meander Valley Road, has important strategic significan
ce and will keep heavy transport vehicles away from the city, but aldermen with different opinions questioned about prime halfRural land will prevent future development or new housing subdivision.The commission also approved the opening of a take-out shop at the Chinese restaurant fortune Wok on Charles Street, which until last year also housed Tant Pour.This development raised an objection.xa0This export will weaken the traditional features of the region.
MP Robb Kosovo disagreed and noted that there was a take-out burger shop 80 metres from the proposed development