soil contamination

  Large consistent volumes of landfill leachate emanating from a restored landfill site. The landfill had been used for many years, for the disposal of domestic and vehicle batteries and it was believed other wastes were also tipped. This leachate posed a threat to local surface and groundwater. Domestic landfill leachates can display a variety

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hydrogeology water contamination

iEnvi was engaged by a Council north of Brisbane, QLD, to review environmental authority (EA) compliance, groundwater trends and risks at five landfill sites. A comprehensive data compilation and transformation was undertaken, along with a data quality review. Statistical analysis of the data was completed including the basic statistics (average, minimum, maximum, 80th and 120th

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targeted soil investigation nbn

iEnvi was engaged by a large construction company to conduct Targeted Soil Investigations and Insitu Waste Classifications (TSI/WC) in advance of trenching to install NBN infrastructure, for a portion of recreational properties across Brisbane known to be historical landfill and contaminated sites. The purpose of the TSI/WC was to investigate soil that was to be

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lead contamination

iEnvi was engaged to conduct a Targeted Soil Investigation (TSI) to delineate historical lead from a former rifle range, for a portion of a recreational property proposed to be developed into a sports field development for a local government north of Brisbane. The purpose of the TSI was to delineate the extent of lead contamination

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core-sample-upss

iEnvi was engaged by a company to complete an Underground Petroleum Storage System (UPSS) and Detailed Site Investigation (DSI) for a service station with an attached residential dwelling located in far north Queensland. The company wished to purchase the site to use as a service station and re sidential dwelling. They required an integrity test

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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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acid sulphate soil investigation

An industrial development in Hastings was planned in an area of acid sulfate soil occurrence which required vigilance and attentive management. Acid sulfate soils are naturally occurring along Victoria’s coastal zone and if left undisturbed, are generally non-threatening. However, when exposed to air, acid sulfate soils produce sulfuric acid and soluble iron which can be

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