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Environment Protection Authority Victoria regulates the environment and is an authority on the things that impact on our environment.

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Environmental monitoring

  • 28 Oct 2016 EPA says north-west fish deaths a natural process Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has flagged that recent flooding in the north-west of Victoria could lead to further fish deaths over the coming weeks following an incident at Reedy Lake, Kerang.
  • 28 Oct 2016 EPA issues further $15000 in fines in relation to Corkman Irish Pub demolition Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has issued two fines to a company allegedly responsible for illegal dumping in Cairnlea. The two fines total more than $15,000 and were issued to the company for failing to comply with statutory notices within the required timeframes.
  • 26 Oct 2016 EPA to hold third Latrobe Valley co-design panel session The third and final co-design panel session to develop a new air quality monitoring model for the Latrobe Valley will be held tomorrow night.
  • 26 Oct 2016 EPA fines Drouin business more than $7500 Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has fined Drouin company Meluca Group Pty more than $7,500 for crushing plasterboard at its site and allowing the resulting dust to impact on local residents and their properties.

Page last updated on 27 Oct 2016