Environmental/Contamination Investigation

acid sulphate soil investigation

An industrial development in Hastings was planned in an area of acid sulfate soil occurrence which required vigilance and attentive management. Acid sulfate soils are naturally occurring along Victoria’s coastal zone and if left undisturbed, are generally non-threatening. However, when exposed to air, acid sulfate soils produce sulfuric acid and soluble iron which can be

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roadway contamination recovery

  From February to May 2019, iEnvi was engaged by an inner western Sydney Council in a resource recovery program to reuse road asphalt as engineering fill for the planned development of new sports fields and courts at a reserve. In New South Wales, resource recovery orders and resource recovery exemptions allow some wastes to

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iEnvi has undertaken soil vapour sampling, using the implementation of the ASC NEPM, to identify potential risks of vapour intrusion regarding human exposure on various sites. Vapour intrusion is vapor-forming chemicals migrating from a subsurface source into an overlying building as well as basement carparks, trenches/pipes and conduits.  The requirement for vapour assessment as part

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operational environmental management plan

iEnvi was engaged to complete an Operational Environmental Management Plan (OEMP) to be implemented and managed by an auto vehicle storage and container packing company to unload, store, modify and pack vehicles for the purpose of new auto vehicle storage and container packing for export business.  The OEMP was prepared to document environmental controls that

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environmental test for property purchase

iEnvi were engaged by a client to complete a limited soil investigation for the purpose of pre-purchase due diligence at a property currently used as an open car parking facility, intended for redevelopment as a materials storage and a soil conveyor system. The purpose of this PSI and soil investigation was to assess if there

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church development application environmental

iEnvi was engaged by a community group to undertake a preliminary site investigation and soil sampling  (PSI) at a property in western Sydney) for the purpose of obtaining development consent for utilising the property as a place of worship.   iEnvi has a 100% development approval record for our preliminary site investigations, and completed a

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iEnvi was engaged by a developer to investigate a rural agricultural property. The client proposed to subdivide the property and develop it into a childcare facility.   iEnvi combined geotechnical investigation and sampling to save time and cost to the development and provided a preliminary site investigation and soil investigation report, and a soil classification

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waste removal fill assessment

 iEnvi was engaged by a developer to conduct preliminary site investigations and soil sampling at two properties in Angle Vale South Australia. The developer had acquired two large agricultural properties in South Australia, and wished to convert them into residential townhouse village developments, and environmental investigations were required for due diligence and development approval of

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iEnvi were engaged by a petroleum distribution client to complete a lease baseline investigation for the lease renewal for a property and continued operation as a petrol station, including compliance with the Protection of the Environment Operations (Underground Petroleum Storage Systems) Regulation 2014.   The primary objective of the lease baseline investigation was to inspect

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groundwater remediation

iEnvi staff developed a commercially viable and statutory compliant solution for groundwater remediation of a coatings manufacturer site in Western Sydney, due to be completed in June 2018, including groundwater delineation, underground storage tank (UST) removal and validation, soil bioremediation, human health and environmental risk assessment (HHERA), and groundwater remediation. The client company’s commercial objectives and

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