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A new impact statement says Australia's per capita exposure to mercury is double the global average and raises serious questions about the performance of the pesticides regulator.
The NSW EPA has issued a prevention notice to OneSteel, after an audit of its Sydney steel mill identified 'code red' problems.
* Environment department fines service station $90,000
* Palmer refinery fined $50,000
* New waste grants of up to $1 million on offer
* Victoria delays coal policy
* Illegal dredging costs marina owner $220,000
* Regulator details policy on seeking court convictions
The Northern Territory government has appointed a NSW Land and Environment Court judge to chair its inquiry into fracking.
A new Australian report downplays estimates that meeting Barrier Reef water quality targets will cost $8.2 billion and instead emphasises what can be achieved with $623 million.
A court has heard that a worker who was supposed to measure acidity levels in wastewater and discharge it didn't know what pH meant.
In a world first, Melbourne's Yarra Valley Water has prepared a profit and loss statement that prices 'natural capital' costs and benefits.
The Palaszczuk government has steered two major water bills through the Queensland parliament, after amending one to prevent appeals against the Adani coal mine.
The Victorian government today released a new plan to ensure the state's changing climate doesn't lead to water shortages.