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  1. State of knowledge and industry guidance

    State of knowledge is all the information you should reasonably know about managing your business’s risks. It is made up of information from EPA and other sources...

  2. Appointments and delegations

    EPA has powers to prevent harm to the environment and human health. We give some of these powers to roles like authorised officers. Others are delegated by EPA’s governing board...

  3. Your say on new laws

    Find out how you can feedback on the new Environment Protection Amendment Act 2018...

  4. General environmental duty (GED)

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

  5. 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...

  6. New laws and your business

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

  7. Understanding what reasonably practicable means under the new laws

    An explanation of what ‘reasonably practicable’ means under the Environment Protection Act 2017...

  8. New environmental laws and the community

    From 1 July 2021, EPA will have increased powers to prevent harm to you and the environment from pollution and waste...

  9. Reportable priority waste

    You must inform EPA each time reportable priority waste changes hands. You must transport it in a permitted vehicle...

  10. Compliance and enforcement

    Learn how EPA prevents harm from pollution and waste through compliance and enforcement...