Latest news and updates

  1. EPA launches Regional Sensor Pilot Program

    Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) is rolling out a major initiative to monitor and report on air quality in regional Victoria.   The Regional Sensor Pilot Project will expand on EPA...

  2. EPA portal outage 17-18 June

    The EPA Interaction Portal will be unavailable between 5pm on Thursday 17 April and 1am on Friday 18 April, due to planned maintenance. Please contact a customer service officer on 1300 372 842 (...

  3. EPA fines power company over tighter rules

    Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has fined Hazelwood Power Partners for failing to meet tightened environmental regulations. EPA Regional Manager Jessica Bandiera says that while there...

  4. Western Region Water applies for Works Approval

    Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has received a Works Approval application from Western Region Water Corporation (WRWC). WRWC is proposing to upgrade the Gisborne Recycled Water Plant...

  5. EPA fines Preston company for failing to brush up on dust

    EPA has fined a Preston company more than $8,000 over unresolved dust issues on an industrial site at Ravenhall, just a few streets away from the residential area of Deer Park. EPA Western...

  6. EPA announcement - Victoria's new Chief Environmental Scientist

    The Governing Board of Environment Protection Authority Victoria has appointed an internationally renowned expert on environmental contamination as Victoria’s new Chief Environmental Scientist...

  7. EPA CEO targets waste crime

    Newly appointed Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) CEO Lee Miezis said waste crime was one of his priorities for the north east of Victoria on his first visit to the region in his new...

  8. Lemon Springs update

    The first truckloads of waste materials have started rolling out of the illegal waste dump site at Lemon Springs in the state’s north west.   Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA...

  9. EPA inspection at Fish Creek leads to a fine

    Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has fined a farming company for setting up a dairy effluent pond in the bed of an existing waterway where it could overflow into Fish Creek. EPA...

  10. Smoking can be expensive, but littering can be worse

    A Ferntree Gully woman has been ordered to pay hundreds of dollars in costs after dropping a lit cigarette from a car at Boronia. Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) charged the woman...

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