Sydney Olympic Park Authority recently published an ebook entitled Workbook for Managing Urban Wetlands in Australia. Environmental Earth Sciences has undertaken water quality monitoring of the remediated landfills across the Sydney Olympic Park parklands for a number of years. In light of this experience, Environmental Earth Sciences staff has contributed to the ebook.
To read chapter 4.02 on Water Quality Monitoring Techniques, click here.
Kimberly Lam, an Environmental Consultant in the Environmental Earth Sciences’ Brisbane office, recently attended a Student Night hosted by QLD ALGA. Her write up on the night has been published in ALGA’s Cronicle.
Click here to access the article, on page 14.
Last year, Environmental Earth Sciences hosted a number of sold out technical seminars across the East Coast to raise awareness on the impacts of Acid Sulfate Soils.
The seminars were reviewed in the April 2013 ASSAY Newsletter published by the Department of Primary Industries. Click here and scroll to page 19 to read the full article.
As part of our appointment as the Independent Monitor for the McArthur River Mine, Environmental Earth Sciences has published the Community Report for the 2011 Operational Period.
The Community Report serves as a means of communicating the progress of the Mine’s environmental position for the year.
To view the report, click here.
Environmental Earth Sciences employee Daniel Robinson recently won the ACLCA Young Achiever of the Year Award for his presentation entitled ‘Managing Point Source Contamination: A Case Study.” His efforts have been recognised in Sydney newspapers, The Inner West Courier and The North Shore Times.
To read The Inner West article on Daniel’s achievement, click here.
To read The North Shore Times article, click here.
Environmental Earth Sciences have been acting as the Independent Monitor for the McArthur River Mine in the Northern Territory for a number of years. In his most recent visit to the Mine, Environmental Earth Sciences CEO Philip Mulvey was interviewed by the NT Times to offer an insight into the environmental progress of the Mine.
To read the article, click here.
Environmental Earth Sciences’ employee Daniel Robinson has won the Young Achiever Award 2012 from the NSW Australian Contaminated Land Consultants Association (ACLCA), the fourth year in a row for an Environmental Earth Sciences employee to be bestowed with this honour.
The ACLCA Young Achiever Award supports and recognises the work of young scientists in the contaminated land consultant industry. Competition entrants must be under 30 years of age with less than 5 years experience in the field.
Daniel’s presentation entitled ‘Managing Point Source Contamination: A Case Study” secured him the top honour after impressing a judging panel at the ACLCA’s Young Achiever Award presentation night. Utilising the event as an opportunity for personal growth, Daniel found the experience to be highly beneficial, “In a time where commitment to the environment and the earth’s resources is becoming a significant concern in the public sphere, this forum is vital for young scientists to receive the full support and encouragement required to ensure that our ecological future is secured.”
Last year, Environmental Earth Sciences employee Matthew Miklos was named Young Achiever of the Year. In 2010, Environmental Earth Sciences employee Alice Plioplis won the top distinction, with another Environmental Earth Sciences employee, Joshua Bray taking out second place. Previously, Environmental Earth Science’s Matt Rendell achieved first place in 2009. Our first place winners are all pictured above.
“The consistency in our employees winning these awards shows that our team offers clients an industry-leading approach that is less process and more thought, resulting in innovative solutions with a focus on commercial solutions” states Environmental Earth Sciences CEO Philip Mulvey. “With such a strong record already in place, there is little doubt that our employees have the drive and ambition to achieve further industry recognition in the future.”
Environmental Earth Sciences CEO Philip Mulvey recently presented at the Seventh International Conference on Mine Closure.
Philip presented the closing speech for the Conference where he created action items for the industry based on the discussions throughout the event. He used his closing paper to stimulate debate amongst the attendees and was also responsible for chairing the ensuing forum.
Full details on the Conference program can be found here.
To complement our participation in the Seventh International Conference on Mine Closure, Environmental Earth Sciences has published a detailed discussion paper on Mine Closure and Waste.
Written by Philip Mulvey, Alan Baker and Peter Scott, the discussion paper addresses the difficulties faced by the environmental industry in Mine Closure. A full copy of the discussion paper can be accessed here.
In August, Environmental Earth Sciences hosted a number of sold out technical seminars across the East Coast to raise awareness on the impacts of Acid Sulfate Soils.
The seminars were reviewed in the September 2012 issue of Soil Science Australia. Click here and scroll to page 14 to read the full article.