Boags Brewery submits plans for improved waste facilities

LAUNCESTON'S FINEST: The application has to make concessions for a heritage listed property. Picture: Scott Gelston

LAUNCESTON'S FINEST: The application has to make concessions for a heritage listed property. Picture: Scott Gelston

Boags Brewery is set to improve its waste discharge capabilities by fitting and installing new wastewater facilities at its Launceston site.

A July 26 development application lodged by the local beer producer detailed their Taswater approved plans to ensure that discharged effluent from production is cleaner and less environmentally harmful.

Boags’ Williams Street site will be fitted with a water storage tank, and additional pipelines which will travel below ground and above over existing buildings, before connecting to the sewer in The Esplanade. 

The application also states that there will be no significant impacts on any of the heritage listed sites within the brewery precinct, namely the building on 21 Shields Street. 

The proposal includes a report conducted by Australian Laboratory Services, detailing the impact of the application.

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