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EPA works to reduce the impact on the environment and community from the impacts of major infrastructure projects. These projects have the potential to cause soil, air, water and noise pollution.

Current major projects that EPA is advising on include:

EPA’s main role in these projects is to advise on:

  • steps industry should take to minimise or prevent impacts on the environment and community
  • guidelines and standards for managing soil, groundwater and air quality
  • guidelines for managing emissions such as noise, dust and waste.

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Level crossing removal project

Metro Tunnel project

West Gate Tunnel project

North East Link project

Contaminated soil management and reuse on major infrastructure projects

Soil management on major infrastructure projects

PFAS interim position statement (publication 1669)

PFAS National Environmental Management Plan (NEMP)

Reviewed 12 November 2019