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Special branch ... a Sydney Catchment Authority spy cameras keeps watch
Surveillance cameras spy on Sydney Catchment Area dumpers
By Rhett Watson
May 18, 2009 12:00am
CAMOUFLAGED surveillance cameras are being installed all around Sydney's water catchment areas to combat a form of environmental vandalism that could threaten the city's drinking supplies.
Seven cameras are spread throughout the bush around Warragamba Dam and are the latest technology, triggered by movement and able to operate at night by infrared.
They are almost completely hidden in trees in what the Sydney Catchment Authority has determined to be hot zones - areas that have become popular dumping grounds.
"Access is prohibited to special areas around our dams for a reason and that's to protect the waterways that feed Sydney's drinking needs," Water Minister Phil Costa said.
"We intend to catch and prosecute those people who are disregarding the rules."
The bulk of the dumps being discovered by government workers mainly consist of building materials, but Mr Costa said he was concerned "some people are treating these areas like their personal rubbish bin".
The Government recently has completed a toxic chemical amnesty that saw more than 55 tonnes of liquid waste collected, including oil, pesticides and paint.
The collection points focussed on suburbs and towns around water catchment areas.
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