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Review of the Low Aromatic Fuel Act

Review of the Low Aromatic Fuel Act

Indigenous Affairs Health and Wellbeing Low Aromatic Unleaded Fuel
Wednesday, 03 April 2019

National Indigenous Australians Agency

Image of a hand on a petrol pump

The National Indigenous Australians Agency has completed the review into the operation of the Low Aromatic Fuel Act 2013.

The review commenced with a consultation process and received ten written submissions from stakeholders. These included state and territory governments, commonwealth governments, fuel outlets and distributors, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people (or their representatives), community representatives, health service providers, police, youth services, and other individuals who have an interest in the use of low aromatic fuel.

Read the full Review of the Low Aromatic Fuel Act.