Have your say
From time to time, the public are invited to comment on consultation drafts.
For your convenience publications are available for downloading. To view these, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be downloaded freely. Documents are reproduced as originally printed and will contain an occasional blank page at the end of a chapter.
River Murray shack wastewater management planning
The EPA is working with local councils along the River Murray seeking feedback on a draft River Murray shack wastewater management position statement. The aim of the draft statement is to raise awareness of the River Murray Water Protection Area, and to provide clarity to local councils on what matters the EPA will consider through the planning system.
Please submit your comments to:
River Murray shack wastewater management
Environment Protection Authority
GPO Box 2607
ADELAIDE SA 5001
Email (mark subject as ‘River Murray shack wastewater management’)
Closing date for submission: 1 August 2016
Draft Environment Protection (Air Quality) Policy 2016
Following a comprehensive public consultation and engagement process on the draft Environment Protection (Air Quality) Policy 2016 (Air Quality EPP), the EPA has released a summary of the submissions received and the EPA’s response.
A summary of revisions to the draft Environment Protection (Air Quality) Policy 2016 as a result of submissions are included in Section 6 of the report.
Should you wish to discuss the report or have any other questions regarding the Air Quality EPP, please contact Maria Zotti, tel: 8204 9387 or email.
Local Nuisance and Litter Control Bill Consultation Report
The EPA has finalised a report summarising the consultation process for the Local Nuisance and Litter Control Bill 2015. The report summarises the key issues raised during consultation and outlines the proposed amendments to the draft Bill that have been made.
Environment Protection (Water Quality) Policy 2015
The new Environment Protection (Water Quality) Policy 2015 came into effect on 1 January 2016.
Following an extensive and lengthy consultation with industry, peak bodies and local government, the previous 2003 policy has been updated to provide a consistent statewide approach to the protection of water quality across all South Australia water bodies.
The Policy will provide a mechanism to ensure that all activities, irrespective of scale of operation, and whether or not an activity is subject to licensing under the Environment Protection Act 1993, operate under uniform conditions regarding water quality protection.
- Introduction to key changes and clause-by-clause explanation
- What's new in the policy
- Presentation on key clauses in the policy (Powerpoint)