About the facility
Ixom Wyong is located north of Wyong at 8 Pavitt Crescent.
Ixom manufactures polyaluminium chloride (PAC) products at the premises. Examples of the products produced are PAC10, PAC23, MAG589 and MAG572. PAC is produced from aluminum metal reacted with hydrochloric acid (HCL) and water. It is used in the water treatment industry for the removal of turbidity, color, organics and phosphorous from potable water and waste water.
Contact Ixom Wyong
If you would like further information on Ixom Wyong, please contact us at:
General Site Enquiries
Tel +61 2 4353 3388
Community Enquiries & Complaints
Tel +61 2 4353 3388 (business hours) or 0401 715 019 (24 hours)
8 Pavitt Crescent
Wyong NSW 2259
Note: The EPA License anniversary date is 31 October each year. The data for the current reporting period included on this site is updated as per NSW EPA requirements. No monitoring data will be available until after the first round of annual testing is done.
No monitoring data will be available until after the first round of annual testing is done
Licensed Discharge Points (LDP)
Ixom Wyong has three licensed discharge points on its EPA license. All are for discharges to air: LDP1 – Reactor 3; LDP2 – Reactor 4; LDP 3 – Reactor 1.
LDP1, 2 & 3: PAC Reactors
It is a requirement of the license that the discharge points are monitored annually for emissions of hydrogen chloride and solid particles.
Comprehensive emergency response plans (ERP) have been developed for Ixom Wyong to limit the consequences and assist in managing an emergency situation which may develop at the site and have the potential to impact either onsite or offsite personnel, property or environment.
The likelihood of a pollution incident that could affect the community from the activities of the site is very unlikely so the risk is low.
Pollution Incident Response Management Plan
In accordance with Part 5.7A of the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997, Ixom Wyong has prepared a Pollution Incident Response Management Plan (PIRMP). The PIRMP outlines the processes to prevent and minimise the risk of pollution incidents and ensure comprehensive and timely information is provided to relevant authorities and stakeholders.
In the event of a pollution incident, Ixom Wyong will implement the PIRMP for notifying relevant authorities and other stakeholders. The information below is from parts of the PIRMP.
Government Agency - Immediate Contact List
The protocol for industry notification of pollution incidents specifies that the employer or any person carrying on activities in which a pollution incident occurs to immediately notify each of the following relevant authorities in the order specified when material harm to the environment is caused or threatened:
000 - If the incident presents an immediate threat to human health or property. Fire Rescue NSW, the police and NSW Ambulance Service are the first responders responsible for controlling and containing incidents. In an emergency this may have already been completed by the emergency commander
If the incident does not require an initial combat agency (or once 000 has been called) notify the relevant authorities in the following order:
- Local Council (Wyong City Council) 4350 5555
- EPA Environment Line - 131 555
- Ministry of Health (Gosford Public Health Unit) - Office Hours 4320 9730- After hours 4320 2111 (request Public Health Nurse)
- SafeWork NSW (formerly WorkCover) 131 050
- Fire and Rescue 1300 729 579
What Could Affect the Community?
Ixom Wyong - What Could Affect the Community