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Environmental management

  • Abandoned mine sites

    Learn about the remediation of abandoned mines and how to report an abandoned mine.

  • Contaminated land

    Find out how to meet your environmental duties and obligations when dealing with contaminated land.

  • Environmental offsets

    Environmental offsets are used to replace environmental values lost through development that supports a rapidly growing economy and population.

  • Environmental impact studies

    Find out about your requirements to ensure environmental management is considered for projects that have potential to cause environmental, social or economic impacts.

  • Waste, dumping and litter

    ‘Waste’ is made up of general waste, such as household waste, and regulated waste which requires a higher level of management to prevent harm to the environment or human health.

  • Incidents and disaster recovery

    Find out how environmental incidents and disasters are managed from large-scale natural events to man-made disasters.

  • Planning and guidelines

    Environment guidelines help administering authorities implement the Environmental Protection Act 1994), its associated regulations and environmental protection policies.

  • State of the environment reports

    The reports provides information that contributes to improving environmental management and outcomes while balancing the needs of economic development.

Have your say

We hold public consultations for decisions about environment and heritage management—all Queenslanders are encouraged to take part.

For more information, see:

Environmental reports online

The Environmental reports online service provides access to custom reports which relate to selected environmental interests. You can choose the report type(s) you want generated, enter an area of interest (i.e. street address) and then a valid email address where the reports can be sent. New report types will be added to this page as they become available.

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Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia (CC BY 3.0)
Last updated
16 May 2017
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