- Community engagement
- Radioactive waste
- Facility safety and management
- Jobs and business opportunities
- Site selection process
The formation of the Barndioota Consultative Committee was announced November 21, 2016.
Nominations opened in September and closed 13 October, 2016.
The committee is made up of an independent convener, deputy convener, and 17 members including businesses and land owners, Indigenous Australians, local representatives and individuals. The size of the committee was expanded to reflect the large number of applications received.
It will advise the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science on matters including:
In line with the guidelines (PDF 427K, DOC 196K), the committee is not a decision-making body and performs an advisory role only between the community and the government. Community members who make up the committee will meet regularly throughout the process to discuss key aspects of the project. Refer to the Terms of Reference which set out the responsibilities and mode of operation of the committee.
The committee will remain an active group for the duration of the site selection process. It will be the Minister's discretion if the committee remains in place after this decision. Consultative committees will be set up in communities where sites have progressed to the technical assessment stage.
13 December 2016 (PDF 476KB)
28 March 2017 (PDF 664KB)
2 May 2017 (PDF 561KB)
27 June 2017 (PDF 848KB)
22 August 2017 (PDF 393KB, DOC 935KB) plus Waste Acceptance Criteria presentation (PDF 329KB), ARPANSA role in the NRWMF presentation (PDF 1.8MB) and response from ANDRA to Greenpeace presentation (PDF 78KB)
10 October 2017 (PDF 623KB) plus Mark Moore's ANSTO presentation (PDF 9.1MB), Dr Geoff Currie's Nuclear Medicine presentation (PDF 3.6MB), David Bruce's ORIMA Report (PDF 1.28MB) and Telstra's Indicative Upgrade Proposal (PDF 952KB)