EPA can take businesses and individuals to court if they don’t comply with environmental laws. These laws include the:

  • Environment Protection Act 2017
  • Pollution of Waters by Oil and Noxious Substances Act 1986. 

Prosecutions aim to reduce the harmful effects of pollution and waste on Victoria’s environment and its people.:

A prosecution is a legal proceeding in Victoria’s court system. It’s a way to hold people to account for breaking the law. EPA prosecutions can result in penalties such as:

  • fines 
  • direction to fund a community environmental project 
  • court costs. 

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How EPA uses prosecutions to protect the environment 

Latest prosecutions

  1. HENDERSON, David (Director, Monsbent Pty Ltd)

  2. Monsbent Pty Ltd

  3. George Weston Foods Ltd (ACN: 008 429 632)

  4. EARL, Robert

  5. PADDLE, Dale Jonathan (Director, Cavalier Homes Albury-Wodonga Pty Ltd)

    Wodonga Magistrates' Court
  6. Cavalier Homes Albury-Wodonga Pty Ltd (ACN: 117 293 053)

    Wodonga Magistrates' Court
  7. Renu Waste Pty Ltd (ACN: 601 057 381)

  8. BRODIE, Alastair (Director, Renu Waste Pty Ltd)

  9. CARTWRIGHT, Craig Douglas

    Wodonga Magistrates' Court
  10. MARCHETTI, Suzanne

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