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Inquiry into Recycling and Waste Management

Inquiry into Recycling and Waste Management

By Property and Environmental Law Section

Environmental Protection 


In its submission to the Legislative Council Environment and Planning Committee’s inquiry into recycling and waste management, the LIV recognises that the Victorian Government has a crucial role to play in the responsible management of solid waste across the state.

The LIV urges the Victorian Government to exercise leadership in this crucial matter  through legislation, regulation, and the steering of a clear policy agenda. The ongoing and unchanging status quo, despite the anticipated difficulties when implementing policies to eliminate waste, is no longer a coherent, efficient or environmentally responsible approach.

Read the submission here.


LIV Property and Environmental Law Section
(03) 9607 9311


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