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EPA Victoria

Environment Protection Authority Victoria’s role is to be an effective environmental regulator and an influential authority on environmental impacts.

As the Victorian State election will be held on Saturday 29 November 2014, the Victorian Government has assumed a caretaker role from 4 November. During the caretaker period, content will only be added to this website in accordance with the caretaker conventions.

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  • 20 Nov 2014 Weather could lead to increased dust in Brooklyn EPA has alerted local schools and industry that weather conditions could lead to increased dust in Brooklyn today.
  • 20 Nov 2014 EPA fines Boral for litter escape Environment Protection Authority Victoria has issued Boral with a fine in excess of $7000 after a significant amount of waste blew beyond its landfill boundaries earlier this year.
  • 19 Nov 2014 EPA fines sausage skin company for bad smell Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has issued a sausage casing company with a fine in excess of $7000 for emitting offensive odours from its Wangaratta factory earlier this year.

  • 19 Nov 2014 Lease agreement ensures Latrobe Valley air quality data Council is committed to regularly meeting with the EPA and working with the community, and other stakeholders to ensure that the results of ongoing air monitoring are widely available and understood. With the next fire season just around the corner, residents can now take some comfort from the fact that these air quality monitoring stations will provide data from across the municipality.

Page last updated on 23 Nov 2014