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?
The portal is part of our continued drive to improve and enhance our services to clients.
Enviropacific was awarded a contract to design, construct and commission a permanent ground water treatment plant (GWTP) for a fully automated mass rapid transport system that will revolutionise the way Australia’s biggest city travels.
Working with the Department of Defence to enhance its facilities as part of a broader effort to national security
Enviropacific continues to expand its capabilities as it successfully completes a major sand washing project for the first time.
The coronavirus has forced businesses and organisations like ours to re-examine how we go about our work. It’s driving a more productive and responsive workplace and increasing our focus on safety and hygiene. We’ve made some significant changes to ensure we meet the growing demand for our essential services. We’ve introduced new technology, hygienic practises, […]
STATEMENT FROM ENVIROPACIFIC CEO, DAVID TUCKER We are proud to support the Victorian Government’s efforts to clean up the site of the 2018 chemical fire at Tottenham, in Melbourne. As Australia’s leading environmental services business, we have extensive experience in successfully dealing with contaminated sites across the country. We look forward to working with WorkSafe […]
Hi, Welcome to the latest edition of EnviroNews and the first since the global coronavirus pandemic turned the world upside down. Like all businesses, we have been impacted and have made some significant changes to keep our people safe and do our part to help prevent the spread of the virus. I am pleased to […]
Enviropacific has a long history in delivering world class solutions for treating contaminated ground and waste water – that expertise is now being expanded into packaged potable or drinking water. Growing population demands, emerging contaminants such as PFAS combined with aging infrastructure means existing water treatment plants need upgrading and upsizing. Water authorities and municipalities […]
The reputation of the SOLVE facility in Altona, Victoria, as one of the country’s key hazardous waste treatment facilities continues to grow. The facility continues to increase the range of contaminant types and concentrations it is licensed to receive and treat. It is also playing an important role in some of the state’s most significant […]