Find out how mine rehabilitation legislation in Australia is changing in our FREE guide.
What is the government's involvement in mine rehabilitation?
The Australian Government is placing an increased focus and commitment to ensuring major mining projects use best practice rehabilitation so that the land can be re-purposed once mining operations cease. The Government acknowledges that aspects of the current regulatory framework for mine rehabilitation do not meet best practice. Reforms are now underway at a state level.
Who regulates mine rehabilitation in each state?
Queensland - Department of Environment and Science Western Australia - Department of Mines and Petroleum New South Wales - Department of Planning and Environment South Australia - Department of Energy and Mining Northern Territory - Department of Primary Industry and Resources Victoria - Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions Tasmania - Environmental Protection Authority & Department of State Growth
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