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* Target microfibres, not just microbeads, says industry group
* Council demands federal reimbursement for PFAS costs
* SA to quantify benefits of food waste diversion
In a new Senate report, Labor senators have avoided backing a recommendation by the Greens and Senator Nick Xenophon to ban oil and gas drilling in the Great Australian Bight.
A council has learnt the hard way that poor maintenance and inadequate training can result in costly, court-imposed penalties.
New National Pollutant Inventory data shows that either some industries have seen radical changes in their emissions or the scheme's quality control is poor.
* Agency aims to strengthen council and developer sustainability links
* New chair for CSG and coal mine science committee
* New hazwaste permit notification procedures
* Ex-Macquarie executive to head CEFC
* Renewables can deliver grid stability, says CEFC
* Construction to start in months on huge solar/battery project
A Glencore zinc and lead mine plagued by smouldering rock dumps releasing plumes of sulphur dioxide and contaminated water seepages has revealed new management plans.
* AGL revisits suspended gas project
* Tighter discharge controls imposed on colliery
* Court rules on composting facility
A community group has failed to overturn a lower court ruling that Santos didn't need approval for a water treatment plant linked to its coal seam gas exploration activities.
Victoria's Legislative Council has passed a bill to ban coal seam gas activities and suspend exploration for onshore conventional gas, after voting down Coalition amendments.