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VIC | Revolutionising Victorian Environmental Law – implications of the draft Regulations and Environmental Reference Standard

VIC | Revolutionising Victorian Environmental Law – implications of the draft Regulations and Environmental Reference Standard

In 2018, the Victorian Parliament passed milestone legislation that in mid-2020 is scheduled to repeal and replace the State’s principal pollution control and waste management legislation, the Environment Protection Act 1970.

The new legislation will substantially change the way in which industry and business is regulated in Victoria, and impose important new environmental and contaminated land duties. The Victorian government has now released draft Regulations, a draft Environmental Reference Standard and a number of protocols that provide a clearer picture of how the new legislation work, and how it will affect different industry sectors. These draft instruments are open for public comment until 31 October 2019.

The Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) together with White & Case are delighted to host a seminar that will explore the draft Regulations and Standard in more detail, what it means for business, developers and environmental professionals, and things to consider when making your submissions on the draft instruments and prepare for in anticipation of the new legislation coming into force.

Meet the Speakers:

Drinks and nibbles provided.

Thanks to our event partner:

Earn CPD Points

Environmental professionals who attend this event can record 1 point per hour of continuing professional development under the Certified Environmental Practitioner Scheme.


Event details

When: 10 Oct 2019
5:15 PM - 8:15 PM

Where: White & Case
Level 32, Rialto Building, 525 Collins Street, Melbourne

Cost: $25 - EIANZ Members | $40 - Non-members | $15 - EIANZ Student Members

Places Available: 9

Contact: EIANZ Central Office on 03 8593 4140 or via office@eianz.org

Register now and secure your attendance


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