Whether from landfills, waste treatment plants or broiler farms, odour must be correctly managed by all businesses. EPA works with the community, businesses and other organisations to protect the environment.
The Coalition has spent the last 18 months consulting widely with businesses, industry representatives and not-for-profit organisations across Australia.
Small business will be given the option to remit compulsory superannuation payments made on behalf of workers directly to the Australian Taxation Office. The detrimental implications of red and green tape are exacerbating cost of living pressures and job security concerns – issues that Australian families and businesses face daily. Over the last five years, Labor imposed unnecessary new regulatory costs on businesses and not-for-profit organisations without removing equivalent costs. 60 per cent of businesses spent more than $5,000 per annum directly on costs related to regulatory requirements (and more than 16 per cent spent more than half of businesses believed regulatory compliance prevented business growth.
Labor has failed to follow its own rules regarding the use of Regulation Impact Statements.
The Coalition will require Cabinet submissions to provide details of any new regulations associated with legislation or policy proposals and, where relevant, to quantify the financial impact on businesses, individuals and society of complying with those regulations. All relevant post-implementation reviews will include a business reference group of at least three experienced individuals with sufficient commercial experience to assist with the review.
The Coalition wants to drive a cultural change within the Commonwealth in relation to red and green tape and better engagement with the organisations impacted by regulation is a key part of our strategy.
The Coalition recognises that government should provide as much policy and regulatory certainty as possible to minimise risks to individuals and business, giving them the confidence necessary for employment and investment growth. As the Australian economy continues to adjust to the pressures from globalisation, Australian businesses are experiencing unnecessary red and green tape burdens because of differences in cross border regulatory requirements and standards. Where possible, and without detriment to quality standards, we will replace mandatory regulatory reporting requirements with independent and random audits that are backed by substantial penalties for businesses and organisations that fail to comply with set standards. Businesses have consistently expressed concern about the current level of cost recovery fees and the proposed fee increases charged by government departments and agencies, as well as the lack of transparency with regard to fee increases and the general level of efficiency within these departments and regulatory agencies. Government agencies and business groups have suggested that risk aversion can lead some regulators to require excessive evidence of compliance or to rely on overly harsh enforcement approaches which do not adequately take into account small business efforts required to mitigate risks and a realistic assessment of the risk posed by the individual businesses. The Coalition will amend the legislation to reduce compliance costs for small business financial advisers and consumers who access financial advice.
The Coalition will give small business the option to remit compulsory superannuation payments made on behalf of workers directly to the Australian Taxation Office.
EPA has developed carbon management principles (the principles) to provide a step-by-step framework that organisations can use to drive good environmental and business outcomes.

The best way to reduce your carbon impact is to avoid generating GHG emissions directly from your site and indirectly from energy use.
Now that you have gone through the process of reducing GHG emissions onsite and from activities associated with your business, refer back to your original objectives.
Departments and agencies will be required to produce a RIS that outlines the cost and benefit impact for subordinate and quasi legislation. For most businesses, however, these projects will involve purchasing offset credits through offset providers.
At times, this has also resulted in businesses or individuals finding themselves subject to legal proceedings or penalties for actions, which they took in good faith, based on advice about regulatory requirements provided to them by bureaucrats who later turned out to be mistaken. Toolkits, programs and plans for to help businesses reduce their impact on the environment. The Coalition will reduce the regulatory burden for individuals, businesses and community organisations by establishing and meeting a red and green tape reduction target of at least $1 billion a year. Workers, business and the economy will be better off under The Coalition’s Policy to Boost Productivity and Reduce Regulation.
As more Australian businesses face global competition, Australian businesses and their employees need to find ways of working smarter to produce high quality goods and services at globally competitive prices. Failure to require a regulatory impact statement was done in order to avoid subjecting these policies to a rigorous regulatory impact analysis, which the Coalition believes would in all likelihood have indicated that the costs of implementing the policy exceeded the benefits. The Coalition will engage in genuine consultation with business, the not-for-profit sector and the community before introducing legislation and regulations. This report must clearly outline the quantum of red and green tape reduced over the past twelve months, the compliance cost savings to business and details of whether individual departments and agencies have reduced or added to red and green tape over the year. There is increasing evidence that Commonwealth procurement processes sometimes impose unnecessary compliance costs on both the Commonwealth and the business community.
In many cases, improvements in productivity can be achieved through streamlining compliance requirements or eliminating unnecessary regulatory hurdles, thereby providing businesses with more time and flexibility to achieve operational outcomes with less effort. Bio-sequestration is the natural absorption and storage of carbon by plants, and can be a business opportunity for farming enterprises.
As the implementation of avoidance and reduction actions increases, the need to sequester or offset your GHG emissions should decrease, increasing environmental and business benefits with time. This poor advice results in businesses having to pay costly fees for consultants or accountants to navigate the maze of regulation.
We will also require RISs to include higher quality cost-benefit analysis through more uniform application of the business cost calculator or another standardised cost estimation technique. Encouraging businesses to go beyond environmental performance standards required by EPA licences; improved accountability and transparency between businesses and communities.

As a result, Australian businesses have experienced ever increasing costs and falling productivity, resulting in diminished international competitiveness and higher domestic prices – outcomes that provide perverse incentives for some businesses to relocate offshore. The Coalition will require all Cabinet submissions to include a Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS).
Investment, productivity and employment growth depend on business confidence and certainty.
In contrast, the Coalition will deliver a strong, stable and accountable government that provides business with confidence and certainty to invest for the future. The Coalition will seek to give businesses the flexibility, certainty and confidence they need to innovate and adapt to globally competitive markets. Such measures would facilitate transparent assessments of regulator performance and the implementation of agreed business engagement principles.
The Coalition is committed to building a stronger, more productive and diverse economy with lower taxes, more efficient government and more competitive businesses.
Boosting productivity and reducing the burden of regulation is critical to making Australian businesses, entrepreneurs and workers better off. The Coalition will require Ministers, departments and agencies to identify (in dollar terms) measures that offset the cost impost to business of any new regulations.
In an ever more competitive world, Australian businesses can ill afford to incur additional regulatory costs. Organisations across the economy have consistently called for regulatory reform to reduce the confidence-sapping impact of red and green tape. Broken promises on core areas of policy, snap decisions and policy back-flips have significantly undermined business confidence to plan and invest in Australia in the long term. For example, a new regulation that has a compliance cost to small business of $30 million per year will be offset by measures that provide $30 million in cost savings or efficiency benefits to small business over the financial year.
The fundamental objective is for all new regulations to have a cost neutral impact on business. Your carbon footprint is the total set of GHG emissions caused directly and indirectly by your business. Avoiding GHG emissions also helps minimise other environmental impacts and reduce energy and other resource costs.

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