how to respond to the changes to the Victorian EPAct, and how Enviropacific can help you
Name: Ben Read Enviropacific Role: Operations Manager – Northern Territory Previous Roles:Property Development Management – delivering a development in NSW 2018-2020Construction Manager – V8 Supercars Newcastle East 2017 (EPS were our major subcontractor with value in excess $7mil)Manager Northern Territory Enviropacific 2015-2016 Professional Studies:Project Management DiplomaMaster Business Administration FAVOURITE PROJECT / CAREER MOMENT My final […]
Relationship is only growing through some of our key partnerships.
Sydney Water recently announced that the Nepean Water Filtration Plant has started producing “high quality clean drinking water”
By: John Phipps & Sagar Adhikari Leachate generation from solid waste landfills is a major problem for municipal councils. Leachate contains large amounts of organic and inorganic contaminants and if not controlled can cause severe environmental impact. Most current treatment technologies for leachate are either biological, physical/chemical, or a combination of both. Determining the […]
20 years ago two mates, Cameron McLean and Matt Fensom, registered ‘Enviropacific Contracting’, an idea for a business created in the spirit of true Australian entrepreneurship
Welcome to the first edition of EnviroNews 2021. It has already been a big start to the year, after a somewhat disrupted 2020.
The NSW Government has joined South Australia and this week announced a ban on the use of PFAS firefighting foam. The state’s Environment Minister Matt Kean said firefighting foam was the key cause of PFAS contamination in New South Wales. The changes to the Protection of the Environment Operations (General) Regulation 2009 (NSW) will ban PFAS firefighting […]
The CSIRO’s Circular Economy road map has been released as part of the Federal Government’s commitment to reduce total waste generated in Australia by 10% per person by 2030. The road map is part of switching the focus from waste management to a circular economy and aiming to achieve an 80 percent average resource recovery […]
Did you know that SOLVE is Australia’s biggest hazardous waste facility and uses one of the world’s most advanced technologies to break down dangerous contaminants?