Guides and application forms for environment protection approvals and licences and waste discharge licences are provided below.
The NT EPA advises that the processing time for applications can be significant and is largely dependent on the quality and completeness of information provided in your application.
Environment protection approvals and licences and waste discharge licences take an average of six to eight weeks to assess and administer and may take up to three months depending on the complexity of the proposed activity.
The NT EPA strongly recommends that any application is submitted at least 90 business days prior to the commencement date of the associated activity or the expiry date of an existing approval or licence.
Environment protection approvals and licences
Read the schedule of fees that applied to the application for an environment protection approvals and licences.
You can apply online or submit a manually completed application.
Apply via NT EPA online
You must apply for your environment protection approval or environment protection licence online.
Apply with printed applications
If you wish have a licensing decision reviewed or confidential information removed/withheld from the public register then please use the forms provided here.
- Guide to environment protection approvals and licences
- Guide to applying to have commercially confident information withheld from the public register .
Complete and submit one or both of the following forms:
Waste discharge licenses
Waste Discharge guidelines are currently being updated, a new guideline document will be available as soon as possible.
Complete and submit one or more of the following forms: