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SA Closes Waste Management Reforms Consultation

The South Australian Environment Protection Authority (EPA SA) has officially closed its consultation process for input on waste management reforms in the state.

The EPA SA consultation on its draft paper, Reforming Waste Management – creating certainty for an industry to grow, closed to the public on 2 October, but the authority allowed several industry organisations more time to compile and submit their responses.

EPA SA’s Director – Strategy and Business, Roslyn Agate, told Waste Management Review: “The consultation process for the Reforming Waste Management discussion paper has closed after being extended to accept late submissions.

“All submissions are now being reviewed to identify key themes and to determine the timeframe for the process towards its implementation.”

“A specific timeframe for the implementation of outcomes has not been determined at this stage while the review process is expected to continue through early next year,” added Ms Agate.

More information on the consultation can be found on the EPA SA website.

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