More than 50 cubic meters of flood debris and a 12-tonne pontoon has been cleared from the sensitive Ukerebagh Nature Reserve at Tweed Heads by NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) flood clean-up crews assisted by rangers from the Tweed Byron Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC), Tweed Aboriginal Co-operative Society Limited and Tweed Shire Council.
SA’s Deputy Premier and Minister for Climate, Environment and Water Dr Susan Close has announced the 2022 winners of Green Industries SA’s Women in Circular Economy Leadership Scholarship and the Circular Economy Students Award.
The Tasmanian government is expanding the use of recycled materials for new roads. It has been using recycled rubber from truck tyres in road resurfacing on several resurfacing sites in the north of the State, including on the Bass, East Tamar and West Tamar highways.
Premises in the Dunheved Industrial Estate are being targeted by the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and Penrith City Council as part of a joint compliance blitz over pollution in the Hawkesbury River.
The operator of a farm at Poowong North faces a $1,817 fine from EPA Victoria for discharging more than 1,000 litres of dairy effluent-laden wastewater into Little Pheasant Creek.
Western Australia has reached a new recycling milestone – saving 1.5 billion 10c containers from landfill through Containers for Change.
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded its assessment of a proposal by Thurlow Metal Recycling for a metal recycling facility at 120 Cove Hill Road Bridgewater, in the Brighton municipality.