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Contaminated soil costs ResourceCo $667,000

Waste company ResourceCo Pty Ltd has been fined $150,000 for sending heavily contaminated soil to an unsuitable landfill, adding to the $442,000 that it spent transferring the material to an appropriate site.

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Highlights include a new EPBC study and several court decisions. Jobs include advisor to WA's Environment Minister, senior climate posts in Victoria, head of environment policy in Tasmania, and jobs with AdBri and Melbourne City Council.



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Highlights include new bills, grant offers, and consultations on regulations and policies. Jobs include a senior climate post in Queensland, and vacancies with South Pole, CPB Group, and state agencies.


Fire brigade to charge for hazardous fires

Owners and occupiers of premises that store or use hazardous chemicals would have to pay the costs of fighting fires at their facilities, under plans being developed by a major metropolitan fire service.

Tribunal allows Cleanaway to expand 'vital' landfill

A legal dispute with crucial ramifications for Melbourne's capacity to dispose of waste has ended with a ruling in favour of Cleanaway's plans to expand Victoria's largest landfill.


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Highlights include a review of rules for earning carbon credits from facility upgrades. Jobs include positions with SunWater, Cardno, Umwelt, the Clean Energy Regulator, and councils.

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