During the week commencing 20 February 2017, ACAPMA held a series of workshops with stakeholders involved in the design, installation, support and servicing of petroleum equipment in Australia.
The three … Read More
A series of major fire incidents in the 1970’s resulted in the prohibition of the use of hold-open clips at service stations across Australia.
While these devices have been reintroduced … Read More
New laws requiring the installation of Vapour Recovery Stage 2 (VR2) equipment at existing service stations in NSW came into force on 1 January 2017.
The new laws require that … Read More
The NSW Environment Protection Authority has recently commenced a consultation on proposed changes to the Standards and Best Practice Guidelines for Vapour Recovery at Petrol Service Stations. Details of the … Read More
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