New South Wales News

This is an Archive of AEBN's Environment Network Weekly (ENW) e-newsletter. Articles are placed in this archive one month after members have received and viewed the weekly ENW e-news. The full article can only be read by members who are logged in.

NSW fines two power stations

The New South Wales Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has issued two fines to power stations totalling $45,000.One power station…[Read More]

NSW EPA state-wide PFAS investigation program finds PFAS migration through groundwater

An investigation into potential PFAS contamination, resulting from historical site activities at an industrial site in Newcastle, is underway.Preliminary investigations…[Read More]

Sydney Park declared significantly contaminated

NSW EPA has declared Sydney Park as significantly contaminated land to enable the EPA to oversee the assessment of the…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: To assist manufacturers install energy efficiency equipment and energy metering

 As reported in AEBN’s National ENW e-news – 1 February 2019 edition, the NSW government has $16.7 million in funding…[Read More]

Energy: Default Market Offer (DMO) for NSW, SA and South East QLD AND Draft and Draft Electricity Retail Code – Released

 The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has released its Default Market Offer (DMO) draft Determination for New South Wales, South Australia…[Read More]

Circular Economy Policy Statement released to guide NSW Government’s decision making on waste

The NSW Government has released the NSW Circular Economy Policy Statement which aims to guide Government decision making through the…[Read More]

New requirements for all tank trailers carrying dangerous goods

NSW EPA has extended a key heavy vehicle road safety initiative to all dangerous goods tank trailers.The New South Wales…[Read More]

Illegal discharge of sediment pond overdosed with ferric chloride – Company fined $30,000

A NSW mining company has been fined $30,000 by NSW EPA after the Georges River was allegedly polluted with ferric…[Read More]

Over $8,000 fine for non- compliance stockpiling

The Victorian Environment Protection Authority Victoria (EPA) has issused a $8,060 fine to a site operator for non-compliant stockpiling of…[Read More]

Crackdown on illegal transportation and dumping of waste

It is an offence to transport waste to a place that cannot lawfully receive it.Throughout November 2018, NSW’s five Regional…[Read More]

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