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 […]

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 […]

Enviropacific Acquires Membrane Systems Australia

Enviropacific is pleased to announce the acquisition of Membrane Systems Australia (MSA), a South Australian based water treatment company, specialising in membrane-based systems and PFAS treatment technologies. MSA is an Australian owned and operated company which was established in 2015. MSA brings a unique combination of skills to Enviropacific: strong design, fabrication and assembly capability […]

Enviropacific Acquires Novatron

Enviropacific is pleased to announce the acquisition of Novatron, a West Australian based business specialising in the design and manufacture of Reverse Osmosis Systems (RO) and packaged water treatment equipment. The acquisition allows Enviropacific to offer end-to-end capability in water and wastewater treatment as well as an increased geographic presence in Western Australia. Novatron brings […]

Australian Defence Industry Awards 2021 Finalist

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Enviropacific has been named as a finalist in the Australian Defence Industry Awards for Estate & Infrastructure Business of the Year The Australian Defence Industry Awards recognises excellence from defence professionals, organisations and businesses across the country and awards them a prestigious accolade for their achievements over the past year. This year has been filled […]

Enviropacific: Delivering Wyangala Plant

By Cecilia Harris, Australian Water Association The Wyangala community in NSW’s Lachlan Valley will soon benefit from a new water treatment plant to service the area, delivering an additional 800,000 litres of potable water to residents and holiday-makers each day. Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack said the $4 million federal and state government contract had been awarded […]

Enviropacific Potable Water

2021 Future Water Magazine Enviropacific has been providing engineered water treatment solutions to government, industrial, mining and property sectors for two decades. Delivering solutions to the highest reliability and consistently meeting the most complex and stringent discharge requirements is only possible because of the expertise and skills of the company’s inhouse team of design engineers […]

The federal government is walking a budget tightrope

This is not the time for austerity, but nor is it the time to bake in community expectations of unaffordable support. By Enviropacific Director, Tony Shepherd (In the Australian Financial Review) Australia has managed the COVID-19 crisis and the recovery better than most countries in the world, and without spiralling into a prolonged recession. As […]

A De-Risking Legacy: Enviropacific

April 2021 by Waste Management Review As Enviropacific celebrates its 20th anniversary, Waste Management Review sits down with key company figures to explore the business’s experience, expertise and capability in managing Australia’s growing hazardous waste management needs.  While immediately recognisable to those familiar with hazardous waste and remediation, the sight of outsized white tents at the intersection […]

Major water announcement

The Deputy Prime Minister, Michael McCormack, and the New South Wales Water Minister, Melinda Pavey, have announced Enviropacific as the winning tenderer for a major water treatment plant in central west New South Wales. According to the local Corowa Guardian newspaper, the Deputy Prime Minister said the contract to build a water treatment plant at Wyangala Dam had been awarded […]