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The year in review: A look at the NSW waste industry in 2018
2018 was a year of change and firsts for the NSW waste industry, which will continue to have impacts into the new year.
Australia
9 Jan 2019
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Court steps into the shoes of council to grant Subdivision Certificate in the South West Growth Centre.
NSW Land and Environment Court's decision may have significant impacts on other greenfield developments in NSW.
Australia
8 Aug 2018
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Existing Queensland Government policies which provide local governments with waste management powers are due to expire, so now is the time to transition to local laws
Local governments should ensure that appropriate local laws cover the matters currently provided for in these policies.
Australia
13 Jun 2018
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Contamination and pollution incidents in NSW: what is the difference and what are your duties?
Developers are advised to seek advice to help manage risk, protect the environment and safeguard land values.
Australia
13 Feb 2018
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NSW EPA announced civil construction market program grants in an effort to reduce waste
NSW EPA has introduced a major recycling incentive for the construction industry in their efforts to reduce waste.
Australia
7 Feb 2018
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NSW waste industry in the spotlight: How are waste operators in NSW regulated?
NSW waste operators and waste transport businesses should ensure compliance with approvals or risk enforcement action.
Australia
11 Oct 2017
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Increased environmental penalties and enforcement powers in NSW waste industry
A new Bill in NSW aims to strengthen environmental penalties, increase EPA powers and make other significant changes.
Australia
3 Dec 2014
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Increased penalties for illegal waste dumping in NSW
Tougher penalties in NSW have been designed to deter businesses from illegal waste disposal.
Australia
4 Dec 2013
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EPA unsuccessful in NSW prosecution for transport of building materials as "waste"
The EPA is now less likely to succeed in prosecutions for transport waste offences involving common building materials.
Australia
16 Jan 2013
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