QLD

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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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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Underground petroleum storage systems (UPSS) can be a big headache when trying to sell or develop property. UPSS can leak into the surrounding soil and groundwater, polluting the environment and endangering human and animal health. Thorough UPSS investigation and detailed reporting is necessary to proceed with sales or redevelopments. A family run restaurant in the

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Water treatment Solutions

iEnvironmental Australia (iEnvi) was contacted to determine whether existing groundwater and surface water dam water quality was suitable for use in livestock watering and feedstock irrigation. Principal Environmental Scientist Michael Nicholls travelled to the Mt French QLD farm to collect the water samples from three sources. Water from two dams was sampled using the grab

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iEnvi was engaged to develop an operational environmental management plan (OEMP) for an automotive recycling company in south-west Brisbane, Queensland. The OEMP was required as part of their development application for converting the site into a wrecking yard and adding additional features for stripping. This was a low risk site, that had minor contamination from

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The Queensland government is introducing a $70 per tonne (and up to $150 per tonne for highly contaminated materials) waste levy to discourage both state and interstate companies from sending their rubbish to the state’s landfills. The QLD waste levy, effective from 1 January 2019, will bring Queensland into line with other states who charge waste

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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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