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* Victoria urged to introduce Yarra protection law
* NT oil and gas regulations in force from today
* Queensland and NSW regulators release new guides
* Council to earn carbon credits by composting food waste
* Regulator to mandate waste data reporting
* EPA revises wastewater treatment code
* Regulator reveals new four-year plan
* ATO spells out depreciation rules for carbon sink forests
* Tender scheme aims to cut Reef sediment loads
Sydney Water has become the second NSW water utility in a week to incur costs of more than $200,000 for causing water pollution.
Bills to ban microbeads have this month gone before two state parliaments, while an imminent product stewardship declaration will show whether federal action is likely.
A court ruling shows that making the wrong call on how to deal with a pollution incident can be a costly mistake.
* Call to specify mine closure liabilities in annual reports
* Councils' zero-debt policies impede clean energy investment, CEFC says
* New WA water law will encourage trading
The 'unthinking' action of an employee that led to a discharge of untreated effluent has cost a company more than $130,000.
* Regulator reports fall in offshore oil and gas leaks
* NSW calls for sustainability consultants
* Victoria revises energy efficiency scheme guidelines
Water utilities are expanding their capacity to generate electricity from biogas, with big potential side-benefits for food companies.