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Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include court decisions in four states. Jobs include climate change posts with two state agencies, a local council and consultancy WSP. Plus sustainability posts with Northrop, Cushman & Wakefield, and QBE.

Stop-gap plan to landfill recyclables

A large amount of recyclables will temporarily go to landfill following a sudden decision by recycler SKM to stop accepting kerbside-collected material.

Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include a new NSW environmental management protocol, and a tender for an impact assessment panel. Jobs include posts with the federal environment department, the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, environmental brokerage TFS, and OZ Minerals.



EPA uses radar-equipped drone to find buried waste

EPA Victoria chief executive Cathy Wilkinson says a drone fitted with ground-penetrating radar aided its 'needle in a haystack' search for chemical waste buried on a large property.

Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include a state parliamentary inquiry into energy, a new state hydrogen strategy, and court cases. Jobs include a NSW circular economy post, a senior energy advisor in Tasmania, and jobs with CS Energy, NOPSEMA, Lendlease, Seqwater and Metro Trains Melbourne.


Court case launched against mega-landfill

Two development companies have launched an appeal after Cleanaway won a tribunal dispute over expansion plans for Victoria's largest landfill.

EnergyAustralia and Engie work on closure plans

EnergyAustralia has prepared a rehabilitation and closure plan for its Yallourn coal mine, while Engie says its masterplan for the closed Hazelwood site will be a prospectus for future uses.

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