Works approval - environment
A business that constructs or alters a building or structure intended for an activity licensed by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) may be required to obtain a works approval.
How to apply
Complete the relevant application form for:
- new works approval
Who should apply
New works approval
Any business establishing an activity that does not require development approval may be required to obtain an EPA works approval before applying for a licence.
The new works approval application is similar to a development application. It consists of an environmental assessment carried out for the EPA before it considers a licence application.
A business or person undertaking an activity that will generate excessive pollution may require an EPA exemption. Pollution includes noise, dust, smoke, odour, water, waste or stormwater.
Exemptions are a form of environmental authorisation. The proposed activity is assessed in terms of the risk of potential harm to the environment and human health.
- Phone: 8204 2058
- Freecall (outside metro): 1800 623 445
- Fax: 8124 4672
- Email: email@example.com
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