It’s been another busy quarter and no doubt set to become even more so as the Christmas holiday season approaches.
I have been travelling around the country as part of our annual ‘Road Show’ presentation. It is an opportunity to meet many of our employees and to provide them with an update on all aspects of the business, including finances and operations. It was also a chance for me to get a closer look at some of the incredible work they do for you day-in and day-out.
The bi-annual global CleanUp Conference 19 was held in Adelaide recently, covering off all things remediation including a looking at important case studies and reviewing the latest clean-up technologies. Our own National PFAS Manager Andrew Thomas, Head of Water Sagar Adhikari and Sydney Remediation Manager Martin Kelly were among the presenters.
Finally, we are continuing to refine how we go about our business to ensure that we provide you with the best service possible and I have made some organisational changes towards that end. In short, the updated structure acknowledges that – based on the nature, size, risk and timelines involved – there are parts of the business that require a national outlook (Major Projects, Water Engineering & Procurement). There are other parts of the business that, by definition, are more locally or regionally focussed (Regional Branches & our Victorian SOLVE facility) where we need that local approach to better understand and work with our clients and partners across the country.
And in wrapping up, I’d like to thank you for your continuing support of Enviropacific and the important work that we do together to create safer and healthier communities.
Chief Executive Officer