Alcoa Anglesea monitors and reports on a range of emissions to air including sulphur dioxide, dust and particulate and greenhouse gases.
The Environment Improvement Plan outlines Alcoa Anglesea’s approach and strategy for management of emissions to air.

Alcoa Anglesea continues to monitor and work on Sulphur Dioxide (SO2) management as part of the daily operation of the power station. SO2 is an air emission released from the station’s stack that is created when the Anglesea brown coal is burnt in the power station as the coal contains sulphur. This emission is one of our biggest priorities and much work has been done in this area.
Read about Alcoa Anglesea's SO2 management in detail here.
Updated Anglesea Health Risk Assessment
The updated Human Health Risk Assessment (HRA) for Alcoa’s Anglesea power station and coal mine is now available.  The HRA is a voluntary initiative by Alcoa to assess emission levels from its operations in Anglesea, and to make this information available to the local community.

Read more here
National Pollutant Inventory
The National Pollutant Inventory (NPI) is an internet database which provides the community, industry and government with information about substance emissions in Australia. The NPI data for the 2013/2014 period was released on March 31 2015.

  NPI Fact Sheet

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Alcoa Anglesea Air Management

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Air emissions are released in to the atmosphere from the power station’s stack