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Three states offer new grants

* Manufacturers eligible for grants worth up to $120,000
* Victoria to offer hydrogen funding
* Tasmania offers energy audit subsidies


Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include new federal regulations and a new Queensland grants scheme. Jobs include positions with Evolution Mining, Saracen Mineral Holdings, engineering services companies Cardno and AECOM, and environmental markets broker TFS Green.

Environment law and policy tracker

Highlights include new federal, WA and Northern Territory bills. Jobs include sustainability posts with Mid West Ports, CPB Contractors, Gippsland Water and Northern Beaches Council.

A million tonnes of NSW waste going to Queensland

As environment ministers prepare to meet on Friday to discuss waste, new data shows NSW businesses are likely to export about one million tonnes of waste to Queensland in 2018.


Environment law and policy tracker

This issue's highlights: Bills pass in two jurisdictions, plus federal regulatory developments on clean energy and illegal logging. Job vacancies with Western Australia's environment department, South32 and Bechtel.


EPA prosecution rate drops

The NSW EPA completed fewer prosecutions in FY18, secured a smaller amount of penalties, and provided $10 million less in waste grants, its latest annual report shows.


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