Environment Minister Albert Jacob has reappointed Glen McLeod to the board of the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) for a five-year term.
Initially appointed in October 2013, Mr McLeod's new term starts on October 21, 2016.
"I congratulate Mr McLeod on his reappointment and I am confident his wealth of experience will continue to add significant value to the EPA," Mr Jacob said.
Glen McLeod is a highly respected lawyer with extensive local and international experience in environmental, planning and government law, the climate change and renewable energy sectors, ports, probity and procurement.
Mr McLeod is also an adjunct professor at Murdoch University, chairman of the International Bar Association's Environmental Health and Safety Committee and recipient of the 2016 WA Law Society's Lawyer of the Year.
He rejoins EPA chairman Dr Tom Hatton, deputy chairman Mr Robert Harvey and members Ms Elizabeth Carr and Dr James Limerick on the independent board.
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