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Published: 25 August 2017 1:59pm
* National Storage to stash away energy bill savings
* New Zealand to ban microbeads
* Australia to learn from South Korea on e-waste recycling
Published: 23 August 2017 3:55pm
* Victoria to legislate renewables targets and hold October auction
* New bill deals with land access, climate change and water planning
* Australia can geosequester up to 700 gigatonnes of carbon, Institute says
Published: 18 August 2017 3:59pm
A new form of environmental credit could play an important role in improving Great Barrier Reef water quality and expanding the reach of carbon credit projects in Queensland.
Published: 14 August 2017 1:36pm
A national snapshot of hazardous waste says tighter pollutant controls could 'fundamentally change' how biosolids are managed and describes saline water from coal seam gas projects as an enormous challenge.
Published: 28 July 2017 3:52pm
A meeting of environment ministers today reviewed a draft PFAS national management plan, endorsed a tyres strategy, and gave industry until mid-2018 to complete a microbeads phase-out.
Published: 28 July 2017 1:32pm
An effluent discharge soon after the sale of an abattoir has led to a $90,000 penalty for the environmental licensee that once owned the site, and a $60,000 fine for the new owner.
Published: 13 July 2017 3:58pm
The federal government has released two regional assessments of the likely cumulative impacts of coal and gas projects on water resources.
Published: 10 July 2017 2:03pm
* Mine rehabilitation inquiry schedules first hearing
* Uranium company announces EPBC approval
* Inpex pays for air monitoring in Darwin
* Tasmania to tighten controls on salmon farming
Published: 06 July 2017 3:10pm
Under a worst-case scenario, Melbourne could face a water shortfall in about 10 years, according to new estimates.
Published: 23 June 2017 3:50pm
The company responsible for one of Australia's worst offshore oil spills has received an improvement notice after failing to provide adequate spill response training to staff.