Moving Mountains of Hazardous Waste

Moving Mountains of Hazardous Waste

Enviropacific’s hazardous waste treatments are improving environmental outcomes for infrastructure projects all over Australia.

Victoria’s West Gate Tunnel Project will move 9000 trucks off local roads in Melbourne’s west when it’s completed.

While new twin tunnels, elevated roads and river crossings are taking shape, giving motorists a visual barometer of the project’s progression, behind the scenes, specialist environmental service Enviropacific is moving mountains. In the past two years, Enviropacific has moved and processed more than 35,000 tonnes of material for the project, including per- and poly-fluoroalkyl (PFAS) contaminated soil.

Dino Adikaram, SOLVE Manager Enviropacific, says the company has supported the resource recovery of a growing number of infrastructure and remediation projects since commissioning its SOLVE thermal plant in 2018 and a non-destructive digging (NDD) plant in February 2022.

Read the article here – Waste Management Review Website

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