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  1. IWRG612.1: Clinical and related waste – operational guidance

    EPA Victoria is responsible for regulating the storage, transport, treatment and disposal of clinical and related wastes in Victoria under the Environment Protection (Industrial Waste Resource...

  2. IWRG600.2: Waste categorisation

    This document provides an overview of waste types and hazard categorisation for both solid industrial waste and soils.This replaces publication IWRG600.1, released September 2010...

  3. IWRG300: Waste avoidance and reduction

    The easiest way for industry to reduce the costs associated with the management of their industrial waste is to avoid the generation of it altogether. The Environment Protection (Industrial Waste...

  4. IWRG422: Large containers (>200 L) contaminated with PIW — Classification for reuse

    To achieve the best environmental outcome, large containers contaminated with prescribed industrial waste (PIW) have been classified by EPA, because there are opportunities for their reuse and...

  5. IWRG701: Sampling and analysis of waters, wastewaters, soils and wastes

    Environmental samples are analysed for a range of purposes such as meeting statutory requirements of the Environment Protection Act 1970 and the Pollution of Waters by Oils and Noxious Substances Act...

  6. IWRG632.1: Industrial water reuse

    Reusing industrial water can play an important part in reducing the demand on Victoria's precious drinking water supplies. With appropriate management, which may include treatment, industrial water...

  7. IWRG812.4: Accredited agent authorisation – application

    An accredited agent is a person or company authorised by EPA Victoria to carry out certain functions on behalf of a waste producer.Accredited agent status is not automatic. Authorisation is based on a...

  8. IWRG702: Soil sampling

    This guideline provides information relating to the most suitable patterns for sampling and the number of samples to be taken to ensure the appropriate hazard categorisation is applied to soils being...

  9. IWRG631: Solid industrial waste hazard categorisation and management

    This guideline will assist waste generators and treaters in categorising their solid industrial waste based on the hazard posed by those wastes. It provides guidance on determining the hazard category...

  10. IWRG822.3: Waste codes

    The following guidance has been produced to assist in the completion of waste transport certificates (WTC) (paper and electronic). The codes required to complete these certificates are included in...