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Latest EPA Media Releases

  • EPA inspection confirms trees in Ellis State Forest lawfully harvested

    The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has conducted an inspection at Ellis State Forest, inland from Coffs Harbour, in response to allegations that four giant trees had been unlawfully harvested and seven giant trees were damaged during forestry operations.

  • Flood debris cleared in Ukerebagh Nature Reserve

    More than 50 cubic meters of flood debris and a 12-tonne pontoon has been cleared from the sensitive Ukerebagh Nature Reserve at Tweed Heads by NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) flood clean-up crews assisted by rangers from the Tweed Byron Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC), Tweed Aboriginal Co-operative Society Limited and Tweed Shire Council.

  • Flood clean-up program extended to assist private land holders

    A key flood clean-up program has been expanded to assist private landowners in affected areas remove debris from their land following this year’s destructive floods.

  • Turning trash into treasure in NSW

    Households are being encouraged to boost their recycling efforts to help contribute to a cleaner environment and transition to a circular economy in NSW.

  • Update: Removal of excess water in Broke

    A small number of residents in the town of Broke in the Hunter Valley are receiving assistance from the NSW Rural Fire Service and Singleton Council to pump out large pools of water on their properties following recent heavy rain and flash flooding. Removal of water from impacted properties has been happening since 13 July 2022.

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