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14 November 2017
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded its assessment of a proposed increase in the annual production limit for an existing quarry at Bashan Road, Waddamana in the Central Highlands municipality.
10 November 2017

The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded its assessment of a proposed crush and screen plant at Ulverstone Quarries, 220 Kimberleys Rd, Ulverstone in the Central Coast municipality.
09 November 2017
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded its assessment of a proposed salmon nursery at Whale Point, Port Huon in Huon Valley Council.
06 November 2017
Membership of the Board of the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) for its next three year' term was announced today by Minister for Environment and Parks, Elise Archer MP.
02 November 2017
This year's Annual Report for the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) was Tabled in Parliament by Elise Archer MP, Minister for Environment and Parks on Tuesday 31 October and is available here. It provides an outline of the key activities and...
18 October 2017
Smoke from a vegetation fire between the Southern Outlet and Summerleas Road was the likely source of smoke impacting Hobart overnight on Sunday and Monday, 15-16 October.
13 October 2017
A Hobart man has been fined $795 by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) for dumping rubbish in the Bay of Fires Conservation Area at Binalong Bay.
11 October 2017
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded its assessment of a proposal to increase production and develop infrastructure for an offshore loading facility at a sand mine a near Anderson Bay, Bridport in the Dorset municipality.
05 October 2017
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded its assessment of a proposed upgrade to Heemskirk Road quarry, Granville Harbour within the West Coast Council municipality.
05 October 2017
The master and operator of a commercial fishing vessel were fined a total of $45,000 plus court costs in the Hobart Magistrates Court today for the unlawful discharge of diesel into the River Derwent in November 2015.