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A gold mining company has lost an appeal in which it sought to clear threatened vegetation for a new pit that would have a 20-months production life.
* NSW EPA canvasses views on fuel tanks regulation
* EPA Victoria suspends recycling facility's licence
* Bosch to be carbon neutral worldwide by 2020
* Labor proposes PFAS foam ban
A bill introduced today in the Northern Territory Assembly would establish new requirements for approvals, offsets, and environmental protection bonds.
A council has asked Western Australia's EPA to assess Cleanaway's plans to landfill lithium tailings, advising the agency that the project has triggered significant community concern.
Australia Paper today rejected concerns voiced by Victorian Greens leader Samantha Ratnam that its proposed energy-from-waste plant would discourage efforts to recycle more municipal waste.
A company that earlier this year had a proposal for an open-cut coal mine refused partly on climate change grounds has decided not to appeal the decision.
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment today recommended against approval of a proposed Southern Highlands wind farm.
A cement works plagued by long-running odour complaints has overcome objections to the works approval for a trial of an odour-neutralising spray.
A council that unsuccessfully challenged a BHP coal mine rehabilitation plan faces a hefty legal bill after it failed to convince a court that the matter was in the public interest.
Former NSW EPA chief, Anissa Levy, who resigned during the term of previous environment minister Gabrielle Upton, has returned with a much larger role.