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The Victorian government is working with the local community to address concerns about the illegal demolition of the Corkman Pub in Carlton and associated asbestos concerns.
EPA is investigating a Cheltenham site for trichloroethylene (TCE) vapours coming from underground.
EPA is assessing potential environmental and human health risks from outdoor shooting ranges across Victoria.
EPA is monitoring methane levels at the site of the former South Geelong landfill after elevated levels were recorded in businesses at the site.
The Cairnlea housing estate development is on the site of the former Albion Explosives Factory.
Page last updated on 20 Dec 2016