Latest EPA News

EPA moves quickly to have waste removed from Sunshine North property
‘Protected’ ancient grasslands destroyed by illegal dumping
EPA stops Cranbourne landfill from accepting waste until it can control odour
Lemon Springs August Update
Backyard hens’ eggs contain 40 times more lead on average than shop eggs, research finds
EPA fines Mt Cottrell company over silence and smell
EPA holds snap dairy inspections
Flood debris cleared in Ukerebagh Nature Reserve
Flood clean-up program extended to assist private land holders
Yarra Valley Water seeks development licence
More than $780,000 in Aboriginal land clean up funding
Fireball in night brings criminal conviction for Lillimur man
Fine for Melbourne Regional Landfill
Dunheved Industrial Estate targeted in joint compliance blitz
Rehabilitation works to begin at former Violet Town Landfill site
‘A referendum on future of fossil fuels’: Record number of appeals against Woodside gas facility proposal
EPA fines East Gippsland Water over wastewater discharge
EPA guide helps prevent truck fires
NSW EPA partnership to curb single use plastics
Flood recovery programs extended
Changes to Council’s kerbside rubbish collection service
Greenpeace appeals EPA recommendation to allow Woodside to blow Australia’s carbon budget, pollute into 2070s
Sustainable preservation certificate launches to address climate concerns
Opportunity to discuss landfill odour in Botanic Ridge and Cranbourne West
Little Pheasant Creek dairy discharge leads to fine
Rodenticide poisoning widespread among NY’s red-tailed hawks
Lemon Springs July update
Forestry Corporation faces $18 million in fines for destroying koala habitat, giant trees and hollow-bearing trees
EPA fines noisy pub that wouldnt listen
EPA launches another FCNSW prosecution for alleged forestry breaches near Coffs Harbour
Compliance blitz sets sights on polluting building sites
Southern Cross partners with EPA for plastic-free future
$50,000 fine for Moorebank recycler
2022 Mahla Pearlman Australian Young Environmental Lawyer of Year
EPA targets noisy vehicles
SBI Landfill Odour: Casey
Greater glider: another precious species on brink
Shellharbour Residents Encouraged to “Scrap Together”
Bushfire survivors’ legal challenge to massive Narrabri coal mine extension
New sustainable initiative to reduce food waste and single-use plastic to be trialed
This can’t be new normal
Straws exempted from plastics ban for medical and disability use
Charges laid for illegal dumping and hindering an EPA officer
Goulburn Mulwaree Council launches Scrap Together campaign
Forestry Corp fined $530,000 this month for environmentally reckless and unlawful behaviour
Stop it and swap it this Plastic Free July
Dumped dead stock cost dairy company fine
2022-2023 Council Budget adopted