Current media releases
Conviction against Ashton Valley Fresh upheld 4 May 2021
An appeal from an Adelaide Hills fruit juice company against two convictions has been dismissed by the Supreme Court of South Australia.
Having the right nose for the job 22 April
EPA staff are being invited to take a sniff test to see if they’ve got the right nose for the job.
Poultry industry to be licensed from 1 April 2021 29 March
From 1 April 2021 South Australian poultry farms (broiler) will be required to apply for a licence from the EPA, in line with other farming industries which have similar potential environmental impacts.
Groundwater prohibition area for Tonsley & surrounds, 23 March
The EPA will establish a Groundwater Prohibition Area (GPA) in Tonsley, and parts of Mitchell Park, Clovelly Park and Marion to prevent residents and workers from accessing contaminated groundwater.
EPA provides easier access to real time air quality data 23 March
It is now easier for people to access and understand real time air quality data thanks to the launch of a new webpage.
Environment assessment work in Melrose Park 22 March
The EPA is undertaking environmental assessment work in Melrose Park following the discovery of groundwater contamination.
PFAS-contaminated material not permitted at McLaren Vale landfill 25 February
The EPA will not permit PFAS-contaminated material to be disposed of at a McLaren Vale landfill site.
Port Adelaide Salvage withdraws appeal against licence suspension 21 January
A Port Adelaide demolition company has withdrawn an appeal against an EPA suspension of its waste transport licence.
Nyrstar data confirms licence breach 5 January
End-of-year data provided by Nyrstar’s Port Pirie smelter confirms the company breached conditions of its operating licence, and this has triggered a formal investigation by the EPA.
Nyrstar set to breach EPA licence 29 December 2020