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Community reference group
EPA’s Community Reference Group was formed in December 2012. The group is made up of individual environment advocates, representatives of community environment groups and environment focused professionals.
The group’s purpose is to provide strategic advice and input to EPA that supports:
a healthy environment for a liveable and prosperous Victoria,
EPA’s CEO and Chairman in successfully delivering the EPA 5 Year Plan for the Victorian community,
Last updated on 19 Aug 2015
Business reference group
Environment Protection Authority Victoria’s Business Reference Group was formed in October 2011. The group is made up of industry association representatives that represent the interests and views of businesses and duty holders impacted by the Environment Protection Act 1970.
The group’s main function is to provide advice and input to EPA that supports:
a healthy environment for a livable and prosperous Victoria
EPA’s CEO and Chairman in successfully delivering th...
Last updated on 14 Jan 2016
Environment Protection Authority Victoria welcomes your comments, queries and feedback. This page contains our telephone and fax numbers, email and street addresses.
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1300 372 842 (1300 EPA VIC)
Translation: 131 450
Last updated on 20 Oct 2017
Do you want to make a payment?
If you would like to make a payment or have an enquiry about a payment, please call EPA on 1300 372 842 (1300 EPA VIC). The types of payments that our staff can help you with are as following:
goods and services
waste transport certificates
certificate of compliance book (noise book)
Our customer service hours are 8.30 am to 6 pm fr...
Last updated on 7 Apr 2017
Last updated on 7 Apr 2017
EPA authorised officer complaints
If you are an EPA duty holder (such as an EPA-licensed or non-licensed business) and want to submit a complaint about the conduct of one of EPA’s authorised officers, read the policy and FAQs below.
If you want to report pollution to EPA, use our Report pollution page.
For all other types of complaints, please contact us.
Authorised officer complaints management policy and form
EPA expects its authorised officers to exercise their powers with a high degree of professionalism and i...
Last updated on 29 Aug 2017
Our scientific expertise
Victoria’s Chief Environmental Scientist
Victoria’s first-ever Chief Environmental Scientist, Dr Andrea Hinwood is here to ensure that Victorians are provided withrobust, science-based advice and information about their environment.
An accomplished environmental scientist with specialist expertise in environmental exposures and human health,, she provides advice to EPA’s leadership team and other senior decision makers, including the Minister for Environment and Victoria&rsq...
Last updated on 18 Jan 2018
EPA is a world-class regulator of waste and pollution – and very soon we’re going to be even better.
The biggest reform program in EPA’s 46-year history is already under way. This means we’ll be more equipped than ever to meet the environmental challenges facing Victoria.
We’ll provide the science-first advice and leadership Victorians need to protect their health and environment.
We’re passionate about this state staying one of the most liveable places on ...
Last updated on 14 Nov 2017
Who we are
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA Victoria) is part of the environment portfolio (along with the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning [DELWP] and Sustainability Victoria), charged with protecting the Victorian environment. EPA is an administrative office of DELWP and reports to the Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change.
EPA’s role is to regulate pollution and we have independent authority to make regulatory decisions under the Envir...
Last updated on 5 Sep 2017
EPA Victoria (EPA) works on behalf of all Victorians to protect the environment and human health by preventing and reducing harm from pollution and waste.
EPA sets and enforces environmental standards and strives to achieve clean air, healthy waterways, safe land and minimal disturbances from noise and odour for Victorians.
The EPA corporate structure (PDF 148KB) is divided into six directorates: Strategy, People & Performance; Board Secretary & Corporate; Practice &...
Last updated on 24 Nov 2017