VIC

You see lots of building developments going up, and large construction sites. When developers clear the site and make the soil level or dig holes for footings or basement carparks – where does all that soil go? Generally, the soil is treated as waste in order to get it offsite quickly.  Sometimes it has historical

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metal recycling facility environmental planning

iEnvi was engaged by a metal recycling facility to complete a Site and Environmental Management Plan (SEMP), also known as an Operational Environmental Management Plan (OEMP), to meet the required conditions of a planning permit for a site they were occupying. A desktop review was undertaken and assessed against environmental regulations. Potentially contaminating activities onsite

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  iEnvi was engaged by a private client to complete a Preliminary Site and Further Delineation Investigation (PSI and FDI) for a Section 53V Audit of a residential property to provide additional site information that would address data gaps identified by an Auditor in a previous contamination assessment for the site which would assist in

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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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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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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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environmental assessment merger acquisition

  iEnvi was engaged by a law firm on behalf of a confidential client as part of merger and acquisition due diligence to undertake preliminary site investigations (PSIs) at three metal fabrication facilities in Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia for the purpose of environmental due diligence.  The client wished to purchase the sites

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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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operational environmental management plan

iEnvi was engaged to complete an Operational Environmental Management Plan (OEMP) to be implemented and managed by an auto vehicle storage and container packing company to unload, store, modify and pack vehicles for the purpose of new auto vehicle storage and container packing for export business.  The OEMP was prepared to document environmental controls that

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