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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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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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EESI Team Pioneers a Remediation Technique to Maximise Onsite Reuse of Metal Contaminated Soils

EESI Team Pioneers a Remediation Technique to Maximise Onsite Reuse of Metal Contaminated Soils

Environmental Earth Sciences International was engaged to design a remediation technique to maximise the onsite reuse of soil after metal contamination in soils had occurred. THE SOLUTION To address this challenge, the EESI team developed a …

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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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