Machete

iEnvi Principal Michael Nicholls directed and managed a soil and groundwater assessment and soil and groundwater hexcavalent chromium (Cr6+) remediation, both on and offsite, at a steel processing factory. The industrial site had operated for over 50 years and contained corroded drainage pits, corroded pipelines, leakage into stormwater drains, corroded stormwater pipes, and corroded drip

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iEnvi Principal Environmental Scientist Michael Nicholls directed and helped design (in partnership with Arcadis) a series of 11 creek sediment remediation projects, and four major industrial zone soil remediation and groundwater remediation projects. They began in 2012 to the value of $2.1 billion, starting with creek sediment remediation as part of a major river remediation

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 iEnvi provided advice for a NSW Government department during a drainage dam construction project that exposed impacted fill material, asbestos and waste tyres on Crown Land. Contractors had been engaged and the sensitive project required additional controls of an experienced environmental consultant to ensure compliance. Asbestos, waste tyres and other material were encountered during civil

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iEnvi responded to an urgent request to conduct a preliminary site investigation (PSI) or Phase 1 ESA as part of an acquisition, at a depot site in Bowen QLD containing above ground storage tanks (ASTs) and diesel petroleum impacted soil, with fieldwork commencing within 3 days of the request. The due diligence was required as

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low flow

iEnvironmental Principal Environmental Scientist provided environmental consulting services including removal, validation, and replacement underground petroleum storage systems (UPSS) including underground storage tanks (USTs). They used risk assessment, monitored natural attenuation and other strategies at several Council Depots in Central NSW, and remediated any associated contamination using a practical, safe and cost-effective approach. Detailed assessment and

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