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State Environmental Planning Policy No 33—Hazardous and Offensive Development
Current version for 13 March 1992 to date (accessed 24 April 2019 at 18:39)
Part 1 Clause 3
3   Definitions of “potentially hazardous industry” and “potentially offensive industry”
In this Policy:
potentially hazardous industry means a development for the purposes of any industry which, if the development were to operate without employing any measures (including, for example, isolation from existing or likely future development on other land) to reduce or minimise its impact in the locality or on the existing or likely future development on other land, would pose a significant risk in relation to the locality:
(a)  to human health, life or property, or
(b)  to the biophysical environment,
and includes a hazardous industry and a hazardous storage establishment.
potentially offensive industry means a development for the purposes of an industry which, if the development were to operate without employing any measures (including, for example, isolation from existing or likely future development on other land) to reduce or minimise its impact in the locality or on the existing or likely future development on other land, would emit a polluting discharge (including for example, noise) in a manner which would have a significant adverse impact in the locality or on the existing or likely future development on other land, and includes an offensive industry and an offensive storage establishment.