17 Jul 2019
EPA to host meaty discussion on plant plan
EPA Victoria will hold a community conference on July 31 as part of its assessment of a proposal to build an abattoir and meat processing facility in Gillieston, near Shepparton.
16 Jul 2019
Smelly pile of dead stock attracts a fine from EPA
A bad smell, bones and dead animals dumped at Shepparton North have cost a company an $8,000 fine from EPA.
15 Jul 2019
EPA fines company over coal in water
EPA has fined a Morwell based company more than $8,000 over coal-laden water runoff that entered a wetland at Hazelwood North, in May this year.
14 Jul 2019
EPA removes Campaspe River water quality warning
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has lifted the health warning that has applied to the Campaspe River between Kyneton and Lake Eppalock since early June.
13 Jul 2019
SKM Laverton North Update
EPA has withdrawn its official notice banning recycler SKM Services Pty Ltd from accepting recyclables at its Laverton North facility.
10 Jul 2019
EPA requires SKM to cease accepting new materials at Laverton North site
An alleged failure by recycler SKM Services Pty Ltd to meet the requirements of the Victorian Waste Management Policy has seen Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) issue the company a notice that requires it to stop accepting recyclable waste materials at its Gilbertson Road, Laverton North site.
8 Jul 2019
Storage deal was fool's gold
A Nagambie gold exploration company has dug up a $400,000 bill after agreeing to illegally store waste.
5 Jul 2019
Still conditions prompt smoke warning
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) is calling on private landowners and people with wood burning heaters to check the weather conditions before burning off because of low winds forecast this weekend for Melbourne and Latrobe Valley areas.
3 Jul 2019
E-waste compliance switched on
Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has this week begun its compliance program for e-waste collectors and reprocessors.
1 Jul 2019
Costly contaminated soil
A South Australian company’s decision to send almost 800 tonnes of lead-contaminated soil to the wrong Victorian landfill has ended up costing them more than $650,000.