Working with Defence at RAAF Base Curtin

RAAF Curtin

Enviropacific continues to set new standards for improving fuel systems for clients in the Defence, Commercial and Infrastructure sectors. We were recently contracted by indigenous construction company, Barpa, to complete the installation of a new Light Vehicle Refuelling Facility (LVRF) at RAAF Base Curtin in the Kimberley region of WA. The upgrade included two new […]

SOLVE: A national solution to hazardous waste

SOLVE Facility

Enviropacific’s hazardous waste treatment facility, SOLVE, located in Melbourne is fast becoming a national solution for the treatment of contaminated soils and waste. SOLVE uses the most advanced internationally-recognised thermal desorption technology to separate and destroy contaminants avoiding the need to dispose of waste via landfill. The facility is the largest of its kind in […]

Waste Tracking Portal

Waste Tracking Portal

Enviropacific has unveiled a new tracking service for clients as part of drive to continually improve with a focus on delivering high-quality value-for-money solutions. Clients can now access the ‘Client Access Portal’ for secure and convenient project-specific waste tracking information 24/7.  This information is important for sustainability metrics and preparation of upstream claims. By introducing […]

Message from the CEO – September 2020

David Tucker, CEO

Hi, Welcome to the latest edition of EnviroNews as we all continue to adjust to a new business-as-usual.  From the start of the pandemic, we have been presented with challenges and opportunities.  The ongoing border restrictions are forcing businesses to rethink the way they operate; Enviropacific is no different.  One of the most challenging circumstances […]

Enviropacific’s growing Water capability

Enviropacific’s water treatment capability continues to grow – now Australia’s preferred provider of critical tunnel water treatment services. We have been an important partner for some of the country’s most important tunnel infrastructure projects including NorthConnex and the Sydney Metro.  Deloitte Access Economics estimates $69 billion will be spent on projects of national significance – […]

Another first for Enviropacific

Enviropacific has achieved what’s believed to be an Australian first which will result in significant time and cost savings for future remediation work. Iconic white tent structures, or Odour Control Enclosures (OCEs), have been used at remediation sites across the country, including the Fitzroy Gasworks in Melbourne. OCEs are important for protecting the surrounding environment […]

From Newcastle origins

From humble beginnings to Australia’s leading environmentally focused services business, Enviropacific has been a part of the Hunter business community for nearly two decades. The business has worked on some of the most complex and high-profile remediation projects in the Hunter, helping drive the area’s transformation into an environmental and tourist drawcard. Newcastle Operations Manager, […]

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 […]