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Published: 20 May 2019 3:30pm
The Coalition will have an unprecedented opportunity to put its stamp on national environmental laws and schemes, due to a host of reviews that are either imminent or already under way.
Published: 02 April 2019 10:39am
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.
Published: 29 March 2019 5:23pm
New pollution data provided by thousands of mines and industrial facilities indicates mercury emissions from coal-fired power stations have fallen sharply.
Published: 12 December 2018 3:47pm
A state government suggested using the National Pollutant Inventory to monitor plastic waste, and power and mining companies favour less frequent NPI reporting, newly-released submissions reveal.
Published: 11 September 2018 1:35pm
* State raises concerns about low-quality NPI data
* $100 million waste grant scheme open for applications
* State government promises 10,000 half-price batteries
* Councils win climate adaptation grants
Published: 31 August 2018 11:03am
The National Pollutant Inventory should require facilities to report when they emit, not just what they release, according to health and pollution experts.
Published: 20 August 2018 2:42pm
Governments should only collect National Pollutant Inventory data from companies every two years, according to the Australian Energy Council.
Published: 07 August 2018 12:52pm
An activist environmental law group today criticised regulators for failing to use pollution data they collect from more than four thousand facilities.
Published: 03 April 2018 3:35pm
As Victoria's EPA reviews the licences of the three Latrobe Valley coal power stations, new National Pollutant Inventory data shows their mercury emissions have risen 37% in just one year.
Published: 16 January 2018 2:31pm
The Turnbull government's 2018 environmental agenda will affect importers of new chemicals, companies required to report pollutant emissions, suppliers of products that lead to problem wastes, and facilities that emit large quantities of greenhouse gas.