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A coalition of health experts and environmental groups says proposals to tighten airshed standards for three key pollutants don't go far enough.
Australia's environment ministers have proposed tougher airshed limits for sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and ozone.
* Victorian government allocates $30m to manage seized waste stockpile
* Tyre recycler facing Victorian court action seeks interstate licence
* Boral ordered to control dust emissions
A cement works plagued by long-running odour complaints has overcome objections to the works approval for a trial of an odour-neutralising spray.
* Minister rejects appeal against BHP licence amendment
* Queensland to develop Reef island decarbonisation plans
* Coca Cola Amatil to boost use of recycled plastic
This year's National Pollutant Inventory data has provided evidence that widely-used emission estimation manuals are seriously flawed, according to an expert on the scheme.
* City of Sydney to buy 100% renewable energy
* Federal government delays start of new pollution controls
* CarbonNet to establish community reference group
* EPA allows recycler to restart, but court case looms
* National energy savings scheme could save 4.5 times Liddell output
* EPA issues dust and noise improvement plan to Adelaide Brighton
* $38,500 fine for 'ten out of ten' Whitehaven
* AdBri penalised $136,000 for excess water take
* Toyota to establish hydrogen centre in Melbourne
NSW Labor would make changes on single-use plastics, environmental licensing, waste-to-energy, biodiversity and air quality, party leader Michael Daley has pledged.