When substances containing harmful or toxic elements are introduced into the atmosphere they may cause contamination, disease and toxicity in the surrounding people, animals and habitat. Everybody has the right to breathe clean, uncontaminated air and the responsibility of ensuring that their own practices do not contribute to the problem of air pollution.
Construction, excavation, landscaping and driving on unsealed roads can all cause dust and dirt. Sometimes dust and dirt can affect neighbours and interfere with their normal activities. If severe enough, it can damage property and impact on people’s health.
Reducing dust and dirt pollution:
Spray drift from chemicals and paint can affect neighbours and interfere with their normal activities. If severe enough, it can damage property and impact people's health.
Reducing spray drift pollution:
Should you wish to lodge a complaint regarding an air pollution issue visit Council's Complaints webpage and follow Council's complaints process.