Latest water pollution News

Peak environment group blasts taxpayer-funded extension of coal plant
Federal Budget Keeps Basin Communities In Dark
Connectivity Panel on track to fall short in final report
Boomerang Drive Statement
It’s Time To Get Site Right
Builders urged to ‘Get the Site Right’ to avoid waste and protect our waterways’
Mixed Diets Balance Nutrition And Carbon Footprint
UN expert’s visit to focus on safe drinking water and sanitation: Canada
UN experts urge France to guarantee safe drinking water in Guadeloupe
Nano Solution For Removing Toxic Dyes
Flares, E-waste Start More Landfill Fires
Conservations and scientists frustrated over rejection of protecting critically endangered species
Buybacks To Be Fast-tracked In Water Recovery Framework
Australian Industrial Energy Pty Ltd fines $15,000 for alleged turbid water discharge
NSW Alternatives To Buybacks Plan Small Step Forward
SNOWY 2.0 CONTRACTOR FINED FOR WATER POLLUTION INCIDENT
HKUST and APEL Establish Joint Laboratory to Develop Novel Health and Environmental Innovations
Is cold water bad for you? What about drinking from the hose or tap? The facts behind 5 water myths
POWER STATIONS LICENCE REVIEW IDENTIFIES AREAS FOR CHANGE
Pesticide residue from farms and towns is ending up in fresh oysters
EPA inspects North Coast farms for pesticide practices
New Basin Plan shortchanges farmers, communities, rivers
Basin Plan Deal: Let Hunger Games Begin
Greenpeace nitrates research proves need for strong freshwater regulation
Primo to pay $150,000 after Cooks River discharge
Snap inspections in Otways
Junior World Food Day: a diverse group of Food Heroes inspire young people to value water
EPA drop in session in Curdies
NEWCASTLE CITY COUNCIL PROSECUTED FOR WATER POLLUTION
UQ to create new coral reef protection tool
Ampol to pay over $700,000 after oily water spill in Kurnell
Water buybacks mean you pay more at checkout
Governments failing to act on what rivers need most
Irrigators firmly condemn more buybacks
Snowy Hydro contractor WeBuild fined
Creeks and wetlands are not for paint says EPA
UN experts urge Uruguay to prioritise water use for human consumption
SYDNEY WATER TO PAY OVER $865k AFTER HUGE SEWAGE OVERFLOW
FAO Conference to elect Director-General for four-year term
Digging deep into the science of fertilisers to help soil and plant health
Is leaving dog poo in the street really so bad? The science says it’s even worse than you think
Funding to stem flow of reef water pollution
Launch of frog ‘hotels’ in Olney State Forest
UN expert to assess effects of environmental risks on human rights: Chile
Improving water quality to protect Great Barrier Reef
Freshwater crisis needs stronger government action
Role of sustainability in Interior Design
Statement on water buybacks