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Bioremediation Gives Moree Families Peace of Mind: Carcinogenic Playground Tarmac Removed

Bioremediation Gives Moree Families Peace of Mind: Carcinogenic Playground Tarmac Removed

Volume Extracted: 1500 m³ Mean PAH Concentration: 850 mg/kg Max PAH Concentration: 2365 mg/kg Project Duration: 3 months During an upgrade of playground equipment at a kindergarten in Moree, an old tarmac surface was uncovered. …

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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 Sydney Olympic Park Ensures Ecosystem Health and Community Safety Through Landfill Monitoring

How Sydney Olympic Park Ensures Ecosystem Health and Community Safety Through Landfill Monitoring

Sydney Olympic Park is one of the most significant landfill remediation projects in Australia. As the land has a variety of uses, the main concern for the landfills is the management of exposure pathways and …

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Successful Asbestos Assessment and Removal at Public School

Successful Asbestos Assessment and Removal at Public School

EESI was engaged to conduct an environmental investigation and provide expert advice on the audit and approval process for the development plans at a public school. The project presented a potential risk for the presence …

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EESI assists One Steel Recycling to successfully carry out Industrial Make Good for property disposal

EESI assists One Steel Recycling to successfully carry out Industrial Make Good for property disposal

Environmental Earth Sciences International was engaged by One Steel Recycling to carry out an Industrial Make Good for a Property Disposal. The location was 0.5 hectares within an industrial site that had been leased by …

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How Can Treated Soil Be Beneficially Reused?

How Can Treated Soil Be Beneficially Reused?

Soil, compost and B grade quarry material sustainably produced by the Skipton Soil Recycling Facility will be used and blended to create a range of products such as engineered fill, sub base, sands, gravel, landscape …

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Understanding the Persistence and Breakdown Patterns of Pesticides for Effective Environmental Management

Understanding the Persistence and Breakdown Patterns of Pesticides for Effective Environmental Management

Pesticide contamination is a significant environmental concern that necessitates a thorough comprehension of the chemical and biological characteristics of pesticides to address off-target movement and environmental persistence. The Importance of Persistence: The Misconception of Faster …

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Solid Waste Management and Disposal Systems at Mills and Refineries: What You Need to Know

Solid Waste Management and Disposal Systems at Mills and Refineries: What You Need to Know

Solid waste management at most mills and refineries is controlled by disposal costs. That’s why the focus of this paper is waste management by disposal management. There is a growing trend in most Australian states …

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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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