19 Sep 2018
Paint in creek at Clayton leads to a fine
Water contaminated with paint that found its way to a local creek has cost a Clayton company an $8,000 fine from Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA).
19 Sep 2018
Fuel runoff costs Orbost petrol station $8,000
The company operating an Orbost petrol station has been fined more than $8,000 for failing to prevent potentially contaminated water from entering the stormwater system.
17 Sep 2018
Cardinia Environmental Recycling fire leads to a fine
A wood fire left smouldering that set off a blaze in a pile of industrial waste has cost a Pakenham company a fine of more than $8,000.
14 Sep 2018
EPA continues to support recovery efforts in West Footscray
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) continues to support Maribyrnong City Council in its role as the lead agency of the recovery efforts following the West Footscray factory fire.
14 Sep 2018
Brown coal fired power station licence review community conference report
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has published the results of the community conference it held as part of the periodic review of the licences of the three brown coal-fired power stations – AGL Loy Yang A, IPM Loy Yang B and Energy Australia Yallourn.
12 Sep 2018
Corkman pair ordered to pay over $600,000
A company and its two directors who dumped asbestos-containing industrial waste at a site near homes in Cairnlea have been ordered to pay a total of $600,000.
10 Sep 2018
EPA engages with community in relation to West Footscray fire
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) officers have been actively engaging with local communities to ensure they have the latest information available about a fire that occurred at a West Footscray site recently.
7 Sep 2018
West Footscray Industrial Fire Update
At a community meeting held last night (6 Sept) Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) committed to continue monitoring air and water quality while Stony Creek returns to normal following last Thursday’s West Footscray industrial fire (30 August).
6 Sep 2018
Inner west blitz on dangerous goods continues
A WorkSafe and Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) blitz on industrial sites in the West Footscray area is continuing, with 78 sites visited and 68 contraventions identified in relation to the handling and storage of dangerous goods.
5 Sep 2018
Update on factory fire flow on effects
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has found no visual impacts on water quality between Williamstown and Brighton during daily monitoring, though samples have been sent for analysis.