CRS would be required to meet a range of compliance conditions. Until we know these, it is difficult at this stage to program the monitoring and what this will cost.
We agree monitoring will be required and is essential. Real-time monitoring systems will be employed and the data made available to the public with a live streaming website, similar to established facilities around the world. The data will be described against all goals and limits, to help the community understand compliance. Historical data will also be accessible.
By “monitoring stations” and “frequency of sampling” we assume the question means ground level air monitoring stations. Our emissions consultant (Todoroski Air Sciences) will certainly consider this question and provide advice.
This would depend in part on the predicted emission levels.
The project budgets that we would develop would take into account the conditions of any consent, and the assessments and monitoring needed to achieve compliance.