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  1. Licences

    Businesses need a licence to carry out a range of scheduled activities...

  2. Reporting a pollution incident

    Pollution incidents usually involve a leak or spill. They can also involve an unintended or unauthorised deposit, or an escape of a substance which results in pollution.   If you are a community...

  3. EPA's compliance approach

    EPA’s role is to protect the environment and human health from the impacts of pollution and waste. The draft Compliance and Enforcement Policy (C&E Policy) describes how EPA will ensure people do the...

  4. Act postponement – information for waste industry

    What the postponement of the new Act means for duty holders and the waste sector...

  5. Development licences

    A development licence is for the design, construction and modification stages of your building project. They protect the environment by enabling you to minimise risk, so far as reasonably practicable...

  6. Stronger community protections

    Learn how the Environment Protection Amendment Act 2018 will protect your community with stronger rules and penalties...

  7. Check if you need a permission

    How to know if you need a permission once the new Environment Protection Act 2017 becomes law, 1 July 2021...

  8. A better environment for all Victorians

    The biggest change in 50 years to Victoria’s environment protection laws is coming soon...

  9. Responding to harm caused by pollution

    Understand your duty to respond to harm caused by a pollution incident...

  10. Pilot project licences

    A pilot project licence supports the research, development or demonstration of an innovative technology or technique. This licence belongs in the high-risk permissions tier along with our other...

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