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electronic Environment Licensing Forms (e-ELF)
You can now apply, renew or pay for an EPA authorisation or licence online at e-ELF.
e-ELF is your single access point for all EPA licences, exemptions and authorisations, and allows you to pay an invoice online with a credit card.
- New licence application (569.9 KB PDF)
- Licence renewal application (676.3 KB PDF)
- Licence annual return (643.6 KB PDF)
If the activity is to take place at a premises, a development approval must already have been granted. This is administered by local government and the Development Assessment Commission. >> More
If you are a waste transporter business, the following three forms can be used:
- New licence application (273.2 KB PDF)
- Licence renewal application (281.2 KB PDF)
- Licence annual return (279.5 KB PDF)
- New exemption application (340.6 KB PDF)
- Exemption renewal (347.9 KB PDF)
- Annual return (377.6 KB PDF)
- New works approval application (345.4 KB PDF)
- Works approval renewal (322.3 KB PDF)
- Works approval annual return (336.6 KB PDF)
- Surrender of environmental authorisation (24.1 KB PDF)
- Transfer of authorisation application (177.3 KB PDF)
- Change to process emissions or waste (77.3 KB PDF)
- Alterations to plant and equipment (77.2 KB PDF)
- Changes to vehicle details: Application for approval (36.9 KB PDF)
- Resource recovery facility approval (53.5 KB PDF)
- Limited purposes determination
Licence fee system
The EPA's licence fee system is based on 'user pays' and 'polluter pays' principles. In this system, licence fees reflect the EPA's regulatory effort as well as the amount and type of pollutants discharged to the environment.
The South Australian radiation licence and registration forms are available via downloading the PDFs below. They may also be obtained by contacting the Radiation Protection Branch on Tel: (08) 8463 7826, Fax: (08) 8124 4671, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Application for a licence to use or handle a radioactive substance (section 28) (81.6 KB PDF)
- Application to register premises in which unsealed radioactive substances are handled or kept (section 29) (76.9 KB PDF)
- Application to register a sealed radioactive source (section 30) - new sources and transfer of ownership (88.8 KB PDF)
- Application for a licence to operate ionising radiation apparatus (section 31) (106.5 KB PDF)
- Application for a licence to operate non-ionising radiation apparatus (tanning units) section 31(1)(b) (61.1 KB PDF)
- Application to register an ionising radiation apparatus (section 32) - new apparatus and transfer of ownership (136.3 KB PDF)
- Application for a licence to operate a facility (section 29, form 11) (47.1 KB PDF)
- Application for a licence to test for developmental purposes - mining or mineral processing (section 23a, form 9) (48.7 KB PDF)
- Shielding Declaration (section 34, form 34A) (36.6 KB PDF)
Regulations 54 and 55 require that anyone selling, replacing or disposing of x-ray apparatus or major components must notify the division in writing within seven days of the sale or disposal.
Regulation 63 requires that the owner of an X-ray apparatus which is relocated must notify the division in writing within 14 days of the change.
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