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Published: 15 January 2019 2:36pm
* Chemical scheme changes won't start till mid-2020
* Defence spends $100m on PFAS remediation
* Cleanaway approved to export more hazardous waste
Published: 03 December 2018 3:39pm
A new EPA could be established for Commonwealth lands, and those affected by PFAS will be better compensated, if the unanimous recommendations of a new parliamentary report are adopted.
Published: 26 November 2018 4:00pm
* Orica lifts Botany remediation provision from $63m to $176m
* Plans to triple processing of hazardous aluminium wastes
* Business group urges 'circular economy' impact statements
Published: 16 November 2018 3:43pm
The Queensland government will establish a new position of Rehabilitation Commissioner as it moves to strengthen remediation standards and reduce the risks of mining companies defaulting on closure obligations.
Published: 12 November 2018 4:56pm
NSW's Court of Appeal today rejected a company's arguments that contaminated land it owns had been over-valued by tens of millions of dollars.
Published: 09 November 2018 10:49am
The head of the NSW EPA has resigned, following confusion and concern caused by a decision to ban some organic wastes from reuse on farms and mine sites.
Published: 08 November 2018 4:43pm
* WA reviews clean fill standards
* Farmers left in the dark on organic waste risks
* Victorian Labor commits to 50% renewables
* Commbank 'unlikely' to fund new fossil fuel projects
Published: 31 October 2018 2:46pm
A tribunal has ruled that warehouses can be built on a property once used by Nufarm to manufacture DDT, even though the site contamination audit is more than 20 years' old.
Published: 30 October 2018 4:11pm
* EPA chases Panama-based company over $4.5m tyre clean-up costs
* Recycling site declared contaminated
* More than 200 recycling sites need 'urgent attention': Taskforce
Published: 11 October 2018 2:35pm
Companies with major hazard facilities threatened legal action against a move by the Melbourne Metropolitan Fire Brigade to require them to to use fluorine-free fire foams, which prompted the brigade to adopt a different strategy.