THE environmental impact statement for the proposed Moorebank freight terminal should be released in a few weeks.
But many residents remain unconvinced of the EIS's validity and have organised an independent air-quality assessment, with the help of Liverpool Council funding.
No Intermodal committee member John Anderson said residents had little faith in the federal government report.
"Whatever the outcome of the EIS is, we know these intermodals will be bulldozed through regardless of the community's concerns," he said.
A federal intermodal project spokesman said the cumulative air-quality impact would be included in the assessment and would encompass regional developments.