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Autumn, May 2019 issue
Welcome to the Autumn 2019 edition of the EPA Connect newsletter. In this issue we report on the EPA Board’s recent visit to Broken Hill, we introduce the 20-year Waste Strategy and take a closer look at many initiatives and achievements in environment protection over the recent months.
Summer, December 2018 issue
Welcome to the summer 2018 edition of the EPA Connect Newsletter. We’re using this bumper, new-look edition to look back on some of the EPA’s initiatives and achievements in environment protection this year. We also take the opportunity to look ahead to the next chapter in our 2017-21 Strategic Plan.
Summer, December 2017 issue
Welcome to the final edition of the EPA Connect Newsletter for 2017. It has yet again been another busy quarter for the NSW EPA, with the rollout of the NSW Government’s Return and Earn container deposit scheme collecting close to 5 million containers in its first week, and the EPA continuing to provide advice to residents affected by PFAS chemical contamination from the RAAF Base Williamtown.
Spring, October 2017 issue
Welcome to the latest edition of the EPA Connect Newsletter. It’s been a busy winter period with the EPA hosting the NSW Government’s Clean Air Summit which considered how we can all work towards improving air quality over the next 10 years. I’m also happy to report that the Container Deposit Scheme, now known as Return and Earn, is set to start from 1 December with over 500 collection points across the State.
Autumn, April 2017 issue
In January, we welcomed the Hon Gabrielle Upton as the new Minister for the Environment, Minister for Local Government and Minister for Heritage. Minister Upton is the Member for Vaucluse. In this edition we cover Minister Upton’s launch of the Hey Tosser! Autumn campaign, including the launch of 40 GPS-tracked bottles across the state’s waterways, to raise awareness of litter impacts
Summer, December 2016 issue
Welcome to our final edition of EPA Connect for 2016. It’s been a busy couple of months since our last newsletter with some major initiatives and campaigns underway.