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This section provides information about regulations and standards about animal management and Indigenous environmental health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander environmental health practitioners.

2010

Centre for Appropriate Technology (2010)

National Indigenous infrastructure guide.

Alice Springs: Centre for Appropriate Technology

This publication provides a framework to facilitate an understanding of the issues which arise in the provision of infrastructure for remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The main focus of the guide is the installation and maintenance of infrastructure which is appropriate and sustainable for remote Indigenous communities. The importance of community in this process is highlighted in the guide.

The National Indigenous infrastructure guide complements the existing National Indigenous Housing Guide and the Environmental Health Handbooks. The guide provides information on:

  • existing research
  • codes and standards
  • resources
  • community infrastructure.

The guide was produced by the Centre for Appropriate Technology (CAT) with funding from the Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA).

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2007

Public Health (General Sanitation, Mosquito Prevention, Rat Exclusion and Prevention) Regulations: Northern Territory Australia (2007)

Northern Territory Department of Health and Families

These public health regulations govern how public sanitation, mosquito control and rat control should be conducted in the Northern Territory (NT). The sanitation regulations include the requirements for operating septic tanks in the NT.

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