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construction environmental management

iEnvi was engaged by a development company to complete a Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) for a fast food restaurant in a rural town in NSW. Preparation of a CEMP prior to receiving a Construction Certificate was listed as a development approval condition for the major chain fast food restaurant development.  The site specific requirements

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environmental home office boss

  iEnvironmental Australia (iEnvi) is Open for Business in the office and the field, as we carefully follow the Commonwealth Department of Health adviceand relevant State guidance on COVID-19. We hope our clients and contractors are staying safe, as we also highly value our team’s safety. Like everyone, we are adjusting to keep everyone safe during

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auto recycling environmental site investigation

iEnvi was engaged by an automotive recycling company to undertake a preliminary site investigation at a recycling facility in Melbourne, Victoria. The company wished to refinance the site and require an assessment of the level of environmental and human health risk associated with the automotive recycling processes and chemicals at the site. iEnvi completed historical

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UPSS abandonment underground fuel tank

iEnvi was engaged by a local restaurant owner to manage the decommissioning and abandonment of three underground storage tanks (USTs) at a restaurant in Hervey Bay, QLD. The site is currently on the QLD Environmental Management Register (EMR) for historical use of the site as a commercial service station. The client wished to have the

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construction-environmental-management

iEnvi were engaged by an engineering firm on behalf of a regional council to undertake a Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) and components of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the construction of a sports complex. The CEMP was required for development approval of the site.  The construction processes included clearing of existing vegetation, major

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Groundwater Remediation Solvent UST Removal

Contaminated properties are rarely understood by businesses, and always a significant problem for businesses to manage. They can also be opportunities! Selling your business or property (or needing to increase property asset value for borrowing): Leverage lenders with a fully itemised remediation program in stages from start to finish with low, and high cost ranges, after

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Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) is a term that refers to the change (either acceleration or inhibition) in corrosion caused by the presence of microorganisms (bacteria, yeast, fungi), typically as a result of their metabolic activities. The most commonly known outcome of MIC is a dramatic acceleration in the rates of corrosion, typically in the form

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waste classification

  iEnvi was engaged by a local council in the Southern Highlands to conduct an insitu Waste Classification (WC) and an excavated natural material (ENM) Assessment of soil beneath a segment of road to be redeveloped. The purpose of the WC and ENM Assessment was to characterise the soils beneath the segment of road planned

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erosion sediment control

Envi was engaged by a construction company to review and update the erosion sediment control plan (ESCP) as part of the construction environmental management plan (CEMP) for a State Significant development site in the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. The update was necessary to address inadequate erosion sediment controls of the original ESCP identified at the site.

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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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