- New Regulatory Strategy
The Regulatory Strategy outlines the long-term vision for the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection's regulatory, compliance and enforcement activities.
- Central Queensland mine water release pilot
The Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (EHP) is responsible for regulating and monitoring mines water releases into receiving environments and works collaboratively with other government agencies in managing, monitoring and mitigating mines releases during times of extreme weather events.
- Clean and Healthy Air for Gladstone final report
The final assessment reports relate to data collected from the full expanded air quality monitoring program in the Gladstone area.
- Littering and illegal dumping is wrong
Now when you see illegally dumped rubbish or someone littering, you can report it online. See it – report it – stop it.
- Environmental disaster recovery
The State’s environment can be impacted by disasters ranging from cyclones and flooding to oil spills. Recovery from such events may involve restoring and regenerating biodiversity and ecosystems, natural resources, cultural heritage, and more.
- New requirements for people to notify of environmental harm
The duty to notify is a legal requirement ensuring that the appropriate authorities are made aware of incidents of material or serious environmental harm, and that action can be taken to minimise the extent of that harm.