Call the Environment Line
The Environment Line handles general inquiries about environmental issues and takes reports of pollution for which the EPA has regulatory responsibilities. Environment Line is a one-stop pollution and environmental incident reporting service provided by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) for both OEH and EPA.
Find out which agency is responsible for dealing with the issue.
Environment Line accepts reports of pollution incidents where the EPA has a direct regulatory role, and reports relating to smoky or noisy motor vehicles 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phone: 131 555
If you see littering from a motor vehicle, make a report online, or use Report to EPA from your mobile phone. Environment Line can give advice about how you can report littering from motor vehicles but cannot submit a report on your behalf.
Answers to common questions about environmental issues and reporting pollution can be found online in Ask Environment Line
Request information or publications
Many of our publications can be downloaded from our publications page or accessed through Shop NSW.
To find out if printed copies are available contact the Environment Line:
Request copyright permission.
Visit the Information Centre.
The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) allows you the right to be given access to information you ask for unless there is an overriding public interest against release. More information about obtaining information from EPA under the GIPA Act.
Phone: 131 555 (for pollution and environmental incident reports)
1300 361 967 or 9995 5555 for other enquiries
National relay service for hearing impaired customers: 133 677
Fax: (02) 9995 5911
Street address: Level 14, 59-61 Goulburn St, Sydney NSW
Postal address: PO Box A290, Sydney South NSW 1232
Opening hours: 8:30 am-5:00 pm, Monday-Friday. General information inquiries are handled during business hours. Reports of pollution incidents where EPA or OEH have a direct regulatory role, and reports relating to noisy or smoky motor vehicles, are taken 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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Page last updated: 28 October 2016