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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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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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phytoremediation environmental science

If you have land space and water treatment issues, then you should consider using a reed bed system instead of high cost, energy consuming water treatment systems. WHAT IS A REED BED? A reed bed is: an engineered constructed wetland designed to simulate a natural for wastewater treatment. a biological system in which complex chemical

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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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