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Published: 01 November 2019 1:19pm
It will take decades to create ground-stabilising lakes in the Latrobe Valley's three brown coal mine pits, partly because river inflows have declined, according to a new report.
Published: 16 October 2019 4:13pm
* City of Sydney leads push for TCFD-style climate risk disclosure by governments
* Era of waste under-investment must end, NSW councils warn
* Water utility plans opt-in for AEMO payments to curtail electricity load
Published: 14 October 2019 12:10pm
* EPA issues guidance on PFAS in leachate and soils
* New WA air guidance for approval and licence applications
* Water pollution costs council $105,000
Published: 08 October 2019 1:43pm
* Qenos, Fulton Hogan, share in $1.6m grant allocation
* New regulatory arrangements for Queensland mine closures
* Water availability drops by up to 21% in southern Victoria: New study
Published: 17 September 2019 3:26pm
BHP has for the first time disclosed climate and water data by asset type, in its 2019 reporting suite released today.
Published: 29 July 2019 2:21pm
In a move likely to be widely welcomed by water utilities, the ACCC will appeal a Federal Court decision that cleared Kimberly-Clark of misleadingly claiming wet wipes were flushable.
Published: 22 July 2019 3:11pm
* 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
Published: 22 July 2019 11:52am
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.
Published: 18 July 2019 11:00am
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.
Published: 16 July 2019 3:15pm
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.