A year on from the leak of a damning report that revealed significant failings for effluent management at Van Dairy's farms at Woolnorth, Tasmania, the owner of Australia's largest dairy company is still not compliant.
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A spokesperson from the EPA said last week it was continuing to work with Van Dairy regarding its effluent management systems at its Woolnorth, Tas, farms.

However, the owner of the company says he is committed to creating a world-leading, environmentally best-practice and vertically integrated dairy business.

NEW ZEALAND DAIRY COOPERATIVE FONTERRA WILL RETAIN ITS AUSTRALIAN OPERATIONS, CEO MILES HURRELL ANNOUNCED WHEN RELEASING FY22 RESULTS. THE COOPERATIVE HAD A “GOOD YEAR” DESPITE RISING COSTS DUE TO VOLATILITY IN SUPPLY CHAIN, HURRELL SAID.

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