Waste Reform Bill consultation rounds
The EPA has commenced a public consultation process to inform and seek feedback from South Australians on the draft Environment Protection (Waste Reform) Amendment Bill 2016.
The draft Bill aims to provide the EPA with the necessary tools to improve its methods of tackling illegal dumping and ultimately achieve a series of waste reforms that provide greater certainty in the market place.
It also aims to assist companies to consider more innovative initiatives that will provide economic benefit to the state as well as their own business and promote better environmental outcomes.
The EPA has held consultation forums in Adelaide, Port Augusta, Clare, Mount Gambier, Karoonda and Wudinna with another planned for Mannum next month, where local residents are encouraged to attend.
The last meeting will be held at Mannum on 3 November. Details on this venue can also be found on Eventbrite .
More information and how to provide feedback on the draft Waste Reform Bill.