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Michael Nicholls iEnvironmental Australia

  Hello and Happy New Year for 2020 to our clients and friends! It has taken a while, but welcome to our inaugral iEnvi Machete newsletter, where you will see key information and news relating to environmental regulation, contamination and unique cleantech. iEnvi has gone through fast growth since registering in April 2018 as a

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sustainable sewage technology

  Turlinjah is a small community of 70 people on the NSW South coast of Australia. Previously sewage was collected in septic tanks located less than 200 meters from extensive oyster leases in the Tuross Lake. There was concern about the untreated septic discharge into this sensitive receiving environment. Monitoring of the area showed levels

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UPSS contamination site investigation

iEnvi was engaged by a law firm to complete a preliminary site investigation (PSI) and underground petroleum storage system (UPSS) investigation at a commercial property in inner Sydney to assess the level of ground contamination associated with the UPSS and the subsequent impairment on the property value. The property included a shop front and workshop

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manufacturing environmental site investigation

As contaminated land consultants, a large part of what we do involves the investigation and remediation of soil and groundwater that has been exposed to liquids that are hazardous to human and ecological health. These liquids are often flammable and combustible liquids such as petroleum hydrocarbons and phenols, but when flammable and combustible liquids are

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iEnvi was engaged by a private company wishing to purchase a mechanic workshop in Wynnum, Queensland and a preliminary site investigation was required to secure financial approval for the purchase, A site inspection was completed, during which several potential sources of contamination were observed at the site, including a triple interceptor trap, an underground waste

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park recreation site investigation

In early 2019, iEnvi completed multiple preliminary site and soil investigations at recreational use parks in inner Sydney suburbs prior to a series of playground upgrades and installations. From a review of historical information and soil sampling, iEnvi identified that the soil at the parks was potentially exposed to contaminants within the last 50 years.

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Contaminated Sites Evaluation

iEnvi was engaged by a client’s legal department as part of a merger and acquisition due diligence to undertake preliminary site investigations (PSIs) at seven industrial drilling and hydraulic maintenance sites in NSW for the purpose of environmental due diligence. A company wished to purchase the sites and required an assessment of the level of

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Guidelines for Water Quality

  The Australian and New Zealand governments have collectively established and promoted guidelines to manage both countries water quality for over 25 years. (previously referred to as ANZECC & ARMCANZ 2000) assist water practitioners with tools and guidance to assess, manage and monitor the water quality of aquatic systems in Australia and New Zealand As of

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soil reuse environmental consulting

iEnvi was engaged by a childcare centre development company to undertake soil sampling at a residential site prior to the construction of a new childcare centre in Morningside, Queensland. Development approval had already been received for the construction of the childcare centre, however, the company were seeking to confirm the soil on site was not

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housing development application

iEnvi was engaged by a client to undertake a preliminary site investigation and soil sampling (PSI) at a property in Sydney, NSW for the purpose of obtaining development consent for utilising the property for housing. The property was previously used for residential purposes before becoming vacant land and the client wished to develop it for

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