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* Greens introduce bill to prevent coal underwriting
* Small business climate plan highlights insurance and heat stress
* SA MP introduces bill to protect Great Australian Bight
Removing PFAS from landfill leachate is expensive, and water utilities lack a consistent approach to accepting discharges to sewer, says a leading waste industry association.
Sydney Water has incurred penalties and costs of more than $369,500 after polluting Botany Bay, and must publicise its offences via Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Defence is doing 'good work' to reduce the impacts of PFAS on the town of Katherine, but it is in the council's interests to remain part of a class action against it, councillors have been advised.
* Biochar industry issues draft standard
* Five water-cycle plans to be developed for Melbourne
* NT EPA canvasses views on EIS guidance
* Food businesses flock to waste to energy plant
* First council accredited to test for PFAS
* Property group targets 'net zero'
* Bingo subsidiary disputes admissibility of evidence
* Port facing pollution charge denied access to EPA draft reports
* Utility regulator removes disincentives for recycled water use
Leaders of major developed countries have urged a 'paradigm shift' to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss, and backed a push for zero plastic entering oceans by 2050.
Wet wipes contribute to blockages in Australia's sewerage systems, but that doesn't mean Kimberly-Clark's claims they are flushable are misleading, the Federal Court held today.
The company responsible for one of Australia's worst oil spills yesterday failed to convince the Federal Court that a seaweed farmer should not be allowed to say his crops had been affected by oil.