Victorian 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.

Marine Safety Regulations 2022: Comment sought

The Victorian Department of Transport has now released draft Marine Safety Regulations 2022 and invites your feedback on the proposed…[Read More]

Waste Bill Introduced

The Victorian Government has introduced a Bill to Parliament to make amendments to a range of legislation to give effect…[Read More]

Revision of Project-based Activities for the Victorian Energy Upgrades Program: Comment Sought

The Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning is consulting on improvements to the Project-based activities (PBA) methods available…[Read More]

Potentially Contaminated Land: Consultation Commences

As reported in the AEBN National ENW e-news edition of 16 & 23 May 2022, the Victorian Department of Environment,…[Read More]

Ombudsman releases scathing report of EPA Victoria’s handling of Tunnel project spoil disposal

The Victorian Ombudsman has investigated EPA Victoria’s handling of issues surrounding PFAS contaminated soil from the West Gate Tunnel Project. The…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Recycling Victoria Business Support Fund Round 2 opens

The Circular Economy Business Innovation Centre (CEBIC) has opened the Round 2 of the Recycling Victoria Business Support Fund. Funding…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: Recycling Victoria Organics Markets Fund – Opens 7 June 2022

From 7 June 2022, funding will be available through the Recycling Victoria Organics Markets Fund.  Sustainability Victoria is supporting end…[Read More]

Sustainability Victoria strategy to 2030: To accelerate Victoria’s circular, climate resilient clean economy

Sustainability Victoria (SV) has launched their strategy SV2030: A Decade of Action: Accelerating Victoria’s transition to a circular, climate resilient…[Read More]

Potentially contaminated land: Comment sought from developers, consultants and planners

If you deal with land which is potentially contaminated in your role as a developer, consultant or planner, the Victorian…[Read More]

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY: For Victorian organisations to research and develop new uses for recycled materials

Sustainability Victoria has announced funding for Victorian organisations to research and develop new uses for recycled materials. The funding is…[Read More]

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