Environment

Legislation which governs the impact your business has on the environment

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Extended Producer Regulations R 1184 of November 2020

By CGCSA (Consumer Goods Council of South Africa) on 19 January 2021

The Extended producer regulations came into effect on 5 November 2020. This amendment is in response to concerns by industry and the implementation deadlines have been extended to assist.

National Environmental Management: Waste Act 59 of 2008 Draft National Norms and Standards for Organic Waste Composting - for comment

By Food Focus on 29 October 2019

National Environmental Management: Waste Act 59 of 2008 Draft National Norms and Standards for Organic Waste Composting - for comment

Act No. 107, 1998 National Environmental Management Act, 1998

By on 15 September 2016

This act is the most important piece of environmental legislation in our country as it covers the entire strategy for control. It affects business in terms of impact assessment, punitive measures for pollution.

No. 36 Of 1998: National Water Act, 1998

By on 15 September 2016

How you can and can't use our precious resource.

No. 62 Of 2008: National Environmental Management Amendment Act, 2008

By on 15 September 2016

Some changes and updates to the NEMA Act

Act No. 59, 2008 National Environmental Management Act: Waste Act 2008

By on 15 September 2016

As the name says, this part is devoted to the handling of waste

No. 39 Of 2004: National Environment Management: Air Quality Act, 2004

By on 15 September 2016

As the name says, this part is devoted to the handling of quality of air and emission standards.

Environment Conservation Act 73 Of 1989

By on 15 September 2016

The Environment Conservation has now largely been replaced by the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 but certain provisions still remain in force.

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