Welcome to the latest edition of EnviroNews as we all continue to adjust to a new business-as-usual. From the start of the pandemic, we have been presented with challenges and opportunities. The ongoing border restrictions are forcing businesses to rethink the way they operate; Enviropacific is no different.
One of the most challenging circumstances has been the tough lockdowns in Victoria. I am proud of the way our team has responded by maintaining business-as-usual (with restrictions).
I also appreciate the support of our clients and other partners who have ensured that we have been able to continue the vital work of improving environments and creating safer & healthier communities.
One of our four key corporate values is “creative thinking” – having the courage to challenge and continuously improve. In keeping with that value, we have launched a new ‘client access portal’ for project specific waste tracking information.
I am also pleased that we were able to support this year’s EcoForum conference, hosted by the Australasian Land and Groundwater Association – albeit in a slightly different format. We were a sponsor and several of our own experts presented on some of the leading work they have done cleaning up contaminated sites across the country.
Finally, while we are a national business, we are very much focussed on acting locally. Irrespective of when border and other restrictions are lifted, we are committed and remain well-positioned to continue providing high-quality, value-for-money solutions on projects no matter how big or small, or where in Australia they are.
Stay safe and stay connected.