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Air quality is important to the health and wellbeing of all Victorians. Most air pollution comes from industry, motor vehicles and domestic wood burning.
EPA plays a role in protecting the community from noise pollution.
Human health and wellbeing relies on the quality of our environment every day.
Many industrial activities require works approvals and licences from EPA.
EPA helps protect Victorians’ health from potential environmental hazards.
EPA works to protect Victoria from pollution during major infrastructure projects.
EPA periodically reviews environmental policy and regulation.
Guidance for business and industry, including licensing, works approvals and planning.
Information about the fees and charges levied by EPA.
EPA welcomes the recommendations of the Independent Inquiry into EPA.
EPA works with the community, businesses and other organisations to protect the environment.
EPA recognises staff who are leaders in the areas of air quality, inland water, marine water, waste, landfill, land and groundwater, and odour.
The process to submit complaints about the conduct of an EPA authorised officer.
For information on what you can recycle via your kerbside recycling bin, see the Get It Right on Bin Night website.
Each year, EPA reports on the performance of local government kerbside recycling services in Victoria.
This is done under clause 16 of the Waste Management Policy (Used Packaging Materials).
This information is also reported by other states and territories under the National Environment Protection (Used Packaging Materials) Measure.
Victoria’s reports are based on information that Sustainability Victoria collects from Victorian local governments.
In the 2012–13 report there were:
*Some Councils offer more than one type of kerbside recycling service. This table shows the predominant / default service.
* Not all councils provided information on this fee.
* Includes residential and non-residential properties serviced
For annual reporting periods prior to 2011–12, this information was published in the National Environment Protection Council’s (NEPC’s) annual reports. They are available at the NEPC’s website.
Page last updated on 18 Jan 2016