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Newcastle Rail Project: Successful Remediation of over 110,000m³ of Acid Sulfate Soils

Newcastle Rail Project: Successful Remediation of over 110,000m³ of Acid Sulfate Soils

The Newcastle Rail Project was a 38 hectare development in Newcastle, New South Wales. During the soil surveys, potential acid sulfate soils in excess of 110,000m³ were identified. Acid Sulfate Soils in Australia Acid sulfate …

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Regenerating Sumatran Ecosystems by Managing Acid Sulfate Soils

Regenerating Sumatran Ecosystems by Managing Acid Sulfate Soils

Project Area: 10,000 ha Initial pH Levels: 3.77 – 6.92 (Indicating acidic conditions) Soil Risk Depth: >90 cm with 1.8% sulfur (High-risk acid sulfate soils) EESI were engaged to provide technical advice, as well as …

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How do I know if I need an Environmental Consultant?

How do I know if I need an Environmental Consultant?

The role of an Environmental Consultant is to advise clients on the best course of action to achieve an outcome which is beneficial for all stakeholders. Often there are many parties involved in the processes …

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