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Australia slow to assess PFAS biosolids risk

Germany is to ban the land application of biosolids because of PFAS concerns, but Australia has been slow to recognise the problem, according to the author of a national waste study.

Envirosuite expecting 'exponential' growth

After selling its consulting business to ERM for $15 million, publicly-listed environmental software company, Envirosuite, says there is global interest in the software platform that is now the sole focus of its business.




New type of environmental credit under development

A new form of environmental credit could play an important role in improving Great Barrier Reef water quality and expanding the reach of carbon credit projects in Queensland.


Ministers inch forward on PFAS, tyres, microbeads

A meeting of environment ministers today reviewed a draft PFAS national management plan, endorsed a tyres strategy, and gave industry until mid-2018 to complete a microbeads phase-out.

Post-acquisition spill leads to court fines

An effluent discharge soon after the sale of an abattoir has led to a $90,000 penalty for the environmental licensee that once owned the site, and a $60,000 fine for the new owner.

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