The EPA Board is a statutory body, established under the Environment Protection Act 1993, with expertise in:
- environment protection
- business and industry
- environmental conservation and advocacy
- waste industry
- environmental law
- local government
Board members are appointed by the Governor for their practical knowledge and commitment to protecting South Australia's environment.
The Board's statutory role is to provide strategic direction, and to make key decisions on significant environmental issues under the Act.
Current EPA Board members are:
Board committees are established by the Board to report on specific issues and direct strategic initiatives.
Current board committees are:
- Risk Management and Audit Committee
- Site Contamination Auditor Accreditation Committee
The EPA Board regularly consults with its stakeholders through a variety of ways.