Environment Protection Authority (NSW)
The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is the primary environmental regulator for New South Wales.
Our purpose is to improve environmental performance and waste management for NSW and we work hard to achieve this through a wide variety of programs and initiatives.
We work with the community, business, industry and government to maintain a balance between protecting the environment, managing competing demands on the environment and supporting sustainable growth.
We provide information and guidance about a broad range of environmental issues and activities. We engage with the community and use social research to inform our priorities, policies and programs. We publish scientific research and monitor trends in the state of the environment. We offer advice and incentives to help business and industry improve their environmental performance.
We consult with the community, industry, business and government on a broad range of activities and issues that affect the NSW environment.
- Air, Water and Noise Pollution
- Waste and Resource Recovery
- Contaminated Land
- Dangerous Goods
- Chemicals and Hazardous Materials
- Radiation and Solaria (Tanning Units)
- Native Forestry
- Coal Seam Gas Projects
- Wind Farms