Our People – Leslie Penney

In Our People segment, we are shining the light on our Graduates! This month we celebrate Leslie Penney our Graduate Engineer from the remediation team in VIC/SA/TAS. Leslie loves the fact that “no two projects are the same” in her current role. She loves the travel she’s been able to do with work and enjoys […]

Our People – Phuong Le

In Our People segment, we are shining the light on our Graduates! This month we celebrate Phuong Le, our Graduate Site Engineer from the remediation team in South Australia. Phuong loves the “variety” her role offers and the fact that “no two projects are the same”. She appreciates the support of her colleagues and enjoys […]

Our People – Sung Stone

In Our People segment, we are shining the light on our Graduates! This month we celebrate Sung Stone, our Graduate Site Engineer from the Innovation team. Sung loves the fact that his role gives him “plenty of opportunity to work on new projects, with a good balance between being in office and getting my hands […]

Our People – Peri Timo

In Our People segment, we are shining the light on our women in engineering! This month we celebrate Peri Timo, our Site Engineer from QLD/NT/WA Remediation team who took up a career in environmental engineering as she found it “challenging and hands-on”. She acknowledges the “great team environment at Enviropacific” and loves the fact that […]

Our People – Anjana Hariharan

In Our People section for the first quarter, we are shining the light on our women in engineering! This month we celebrate Anjana Hariharan, our Project Engineer from Sydney Remediation Water team who believes a career in engineering is “incredibly rewarding” and “hopes to inspire more women to take up engineering”, simply because as she […]

The Many Benefits of Remediation

Former Fitzroy Gasworks Remediation

Article from the Australian Financial Review From toxic soil in Victoria’s under-construction West Gate Tunnel to cleaning up former gasworks around the country, environmental remediation is a sector on the rise in Australia. Improving environmental protections – such as federal waste plans, tightening regulations in almost every state over the last year for water and […]

Our People – Gurman Kaler

In Our People section for the first quarter, we are shining the light on women in engineering! This month we celebrate Gurman Kaler, Project Engineer from VIC/SA/TAS Remediation Water team, and trace her professional journey which began with “an interest in chemistry at school” leading to a career in Chemical Engineering. Gurman chose to be […]

Drilling Down on a Cleaner Future

February 2022 by Waste Management Review ENVIROPACIFIC BELIEVES THE FUTURE OF NON-DESTRUCTIVE DIGGING IS ZERO WASTE. A NEW PLANT COMMISSIONED BY THE SPECIALIST ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE BRINGS IT A STEP CLOSER TO REALISING THOSE AMBITIONS. As Australia repositions itself to become a circular economy and meet government targets for reducing waste to landfill, Enviropacific is setting its own […]

Immobilisation – An Effective Way to Manage Hazardous Waste

What is Immobilisation? Hazardous waste comes in many forms, but all with a commonality that the contaminants of concern present, have harmful effects on human health and/or the environment. In most cases, due to the high levels of toxic elements in hazardous waste, it is not usually safe to dispose of in landfills, risking soil […]

Non Destructive Digging

What is NDD? Non-destructive Digging, or NDD, is an excavation method that uses a combination of highly pressurised water and air to dig out soil and uncover underground assets such as gas lines, water pipes, cables, etc. At the very onset, equipment is used to map the underground services on the site to minimise the […]