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  1. Waste classification

    Classification is the process of identifying and describing industrial waste. You must classify your waste to minimise risks of harm to human health and the environment...

  2. Declaration of use

    Declaration of use helps Victorians safely reuse, store and recover materials from low-risk waste...

  3. EPA fees have changed

    Find out how our fees are changing in 2021–22...

  4. New controls and permissions

    New controls and permissions will help businesses meet their environmental obligations. Includes registrations, permits and licences...

  5. How to prevent hazards and risks in construction, building and demolition

    Civil construction, building and demolition activities can cause pollution and produce waste. Some examples include: land development commercial and residential construction subdivision demolition and...

  6. 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...

  7. How to classify waste

    Learn how to classify industrial waste using the Environment Protection Regulations and EPA guidance...

  8. General environmental duty (GED)

    The general environmental duty (GED) will be central to how EPA interacts with Victorian businesses and the community...

  9. Changes for permissions holders under the new Act

    We will still be reviewing licences at regular intervals. Under the new Act, we will review licences approximately every five years. During the first year of the new framework we may work with you to...

  10. New laws and your business

    The new Environment Protection Amendment Act 2017 will change how Victoria regulates pollution, waste and contamination from businesses...

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