Food waste reduction, air quality and environmental regulations are some of the topics of discussion at the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Virtual Community Forum on Friday, November 19.
EPA Executive Director, Engagement, Education and Programs, Liesbet Spanjaard, said members of the NSW community interested in EPA’s work are invited to join the forum and that she looks forward to speaking with the community.
âThe virtual forum is a great opportunity for us to listen to and respond to communities across the state,â Ms. Spanjaard said.
âWe will detail our priorities and how we plan to continue to protect the community and the environment.
âIt is important to note that we would like to hear from the community about environmental issues that are important to them. “
Ms Spanjaard said the forum will give NSW communities the opportunity to learn how they can get involved in protecting their local environment.
“We also want to promote the easy ways the community can report pollution to us and let them know what action we are taking when we receive their reports,” she said.
Other topics of discussion include EPA’s strategic plan, regulatory strategy, and waste strategy.
The forum will provide an update on programs of interest to the community, such as air quality, odors and forestry.
The forum is free to any member of the NSW community or environmental group wishing to
/ Public distribution. This material is from the original organization / authors and may be ad hoc in nature, edited for clarity, style and length. The views and opinions expressed are those of the authors.