Environment Protection is a broad term for environmental protection and it includes both regulatory and non-regulatory measures.
Regulatory environmental protection involves measures that require water bodies and other entities to act in a way that protects human health and the environment.
Non-regular environmental protection focuses on the protection of natural resources.
Regulation environmental protection covers a range of environmental regulations that regulate activities such as water and air pollution and the health and safety of people and the natural environment.
Non-regulation environmental protection does not include non-regulated activities such, for example, the provision of water, electricity, or gas.
Regulations environmental protection is generally applicable to people living in Australia.
Non regulation environmental protection means that environmental regulations are generally not applicable to Australian citizens.
Regulators environmental protection applies to environmental regulations and the actions taken by water bodies, water bodies that operate facilities that discharge wastewater, water supply agencies, or wastewater treatment plants, or other entities that discharge water.
Regulated environmental protection requires water bodies to take appropriate actions to protect human health, the environment, and the human health of people.
Regulates environmental protection encompasses measures that regulate actions that affect human health in ways that are not considered to be in compliance with environmental regulations.
Regulate environmental protection includes measures that:• regulate the use of a resource by individuals;• regulate activities that cause a health or environmental risk to individuals or to the environment;• control pollutants in a manner that minimises the exposure of individuals or the environment to a contaminant;• provide for environmental safety measures that are reasonably designed to achieve the objectives of regulatory environmental protection;• require entities to do or refrain from doing things that are prescribed by regulations environmental protection, and• provide environmental protections in accordance with the law of the State in which the entity is incorporated.
Regulating environmental protection should be a priority for the Government.
Regulator environmental protection must be the basis for establishing the State Environment Protection Authority (SEPA) to oversee environmental protection in the State.SEPA has the responsibility to enforce and manage environmental protection for the State, and to make regulatory decisions that are consistent with the objectives set out in the Environmental Protection Act 1991.
Registers environmental protection has a range and includes measures to protect against environmental risks, to reduce pollution levels, to protect water resources and their resources, and in order to protect the environment in a responsible way.
The Government is working with stakeholders to achieve compliance with regulatory environmental protections, and will work closely with stakeholders and the State Government to achieve regulatory compliance and environmental protection.
This policy highlights how the Government is supporting the implementation of regulations environmental protective measures.