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Discover the EPA Sustainable Event Guidelines

EPA Sustainable Event Guidelines

The EPA has established guidelines and a checklist for event organiserrs to assist with planning and holding events in a sustainable manner.

The EPA Board is keen to promote good practice sustainability in industry in Tasmania.

Sustainability in Practice

The Tasmanian EPA seeks submissions from industries exhibiting good practice in sustainability and these will be showcased on this website.

The plastic bag ban has commenced in Tasmania - aiming to reduce the number of plastic bags in Tasmania by encouraging the use of clean reusable bags.

Goodbye Plastic Bags in Tasmania

The plastic bag ban has commenced in Tasmania - aiming to reduce the number of plastic bags in Tasmania by encouraging the use of clean reusable bags.

Sustainability Objectives for the Tasmanian EPA

The EPA administers the Environmental Management and Pollution Control Act 1994 (EMPCA) and also seeks to further the objectives of sustainability and sustainable development, in line with the objectives of  Tasmania's Resource Management and Planning System (RMPS), through means such as:
-   considering the implications of development proposals, and applying conditions to prevent environmental harm, within the broader context of their implications for sustainable development;
-   supporting and promoting activities which are recognised as essential for the sustainability of our society into the future, such as energy efficiency, waste minimisation and management, resource efficiency, education and innovation; and
-   providing incentives that further these objectives.

Latest News

25 August 2015
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has concluded its assessment of a proposed quarry at Montgomery's Rd near Runnymede in the Glamorgan Spring…
20 August 2015
The EPA has concluded its assessment of a proposed expansion to Gundagi Road quarry, Bangor, northwest of Lilydale.
19 August 2015
EPA Director, Wes Ford was pleased with the decision today by Seafish Tasmania to plead guilty to three charges under the State's environmental regulations,…