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Council litter grants

Program snapshot NSW EPA Council Litter Prevention Grants Eligible bodies: NSW local councils Contact: (02) 9995-5000 or Managed by: NSW Environment Protection Authority Round 1:   2017

Contacts for waste and litter pollution

Where the depositing of waste causes or threatens material harm to the environment, a number of authorities must be notified - see duty to notify Members of the public wishing to report or inquire about waste   2016

Understanding your litter problem

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has developed an easy-to-use Local Litter CheckThis is available to the community, councils and other land managers, free of charge, to help you understand and design solutions   2016

Hey Tosser! program infographic references

Packaging Impacts Decision Regulation Impact Statement (PDF 7.15MB) , prepared for the former COAG Standing Council on Environment and Water, March 2014 Based on an EPA analysis of the 2015�“16 National   2016

Report to EPA from your mobile

Report pollution from motor vehicles and illegal dumping online and from your mobile phone with Report to EPA Report to EPA allows you to quickly and easily report pollution incidents you observe from any mobile device.   2016

Waste and recycling in NSW

Strategy & policy Regulation Grants - Waste Less, Recycle More Types of waste Facilities & infrastructure Local councils At work At home Emergencies & disasters Illegal dumping Litter   2016

Report illegal dumping �“ RIDonline

If you see household items, such as furniture or electrical appliances, tree and plant clippings or building and construction waste dumped by the side of the road or in the bush please report it to the EPA using   2016