Tottenham fire clean up

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 […]

CEO Message – June 2020

Banner-CEO Message June 2020

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 […]

Potable Water – Expanding our expertise

Expanding our expertise

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 […]

Health & safety improvements


Amidst the workplace changes introduced to manage the outbreak of COVID-19, the focus of Enviropacific employees and subcontractors on general health, safety and well-being has not waivered. Our Total Recordable Injuries Frequency Rate, or TRIFR, is at its lowest in more than three years.  Historically, most of our workplace injuries have been muscular sprain and […]

New Independent Chair and Non-Executive Director

Enviropacific is proud to announce two new members of its Board of Directors with Tony Shepherd AO joining as Independent Chairman and Dr Ian Watt AC as an Independent Non-Executive Director. Mr Shepherd brings extensive domestic and global leadership experience in public and private sectors to Enviropacific.  He is a pioneer of private infrastructure in […]

Chemical Immobilisation / Stabilisation

Treating PFAS is a complex challenge but one that Enviropacific has demonstrated and is well equipped to do so. One method is using thermal desorption of contaminated material; another is chemical immobilisation. Chemical immobilisation, or stabilisation, is achieved by adding specialist reagents to the soil that chemically immobilise the PFAS constituents. This method reduces the […]

Fitzroy Gasworks and the Community

Now that remediation of the Fitzroy Gasworks in Melbourne is well underway, it provides good opportunity to reflect how we are contributing to the community around us. The Victorian Government has earmarked the old gasworks for new housing, education, recreation and open space. Development Victoria has identified the site as an “important part of Fitzroy […]

Another successful water treatment project

Enviropacific’s Water Team has achieved some impressive results at one of Sydney’s biggest remediation sites, the former Millers Point Gasworks…not only for the client but also the surrounding environment – honouring its mission of enhancing the environment. At a recent international conference held in Adelaide, the company’s Water Division boss, Sagar Adhikari, outlined the challenges […]


World leaders in remediation, including Enviropacific team members, converge on Adelaide this month for the 2019 International Clean Up Conference. The conference comes at a critical time for the global environment. Public awareness is growing about the importance of clean and healthy communities, governments are responding by introducing tougher laws – and penalties – for […]

CADWAY – Integrated Design Consultants

At Enviropacific, we put significant effort into understanding our clients’ needs and making sure they are at the forefront of everything we do. Nowhere is that principle more apparent than our current work with FKG Group and BP Australia at Ballina, on the New South Wales North Coast. Cadway was engaged to design an innovative […]