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Posted by John
on 6 September 2019
It seems there is some confusing misinformation being circulated about wheelie bin spill kits and Australian Standards, so we thought we'd clear things up for everyone.
The facts? There is no Australian Standard (or government legislation) stating what colour your wheelie bin...
Posted by Administration
on 18 August 2017
Sensitivity mapping is the process of determining the overall impact of an oil spill on the local environment. It helps you map out environmentally sensitive areas (ESA), in other words, natural areas where the damage caused by an oil spill would have a particularly damaging effect.
Posted by Rick
on 3 August 2017
It's a question that often comes up, and there can be some confusion around secondary containment (bunding) for different classes and varying volumes of liquids.
Compliance is important, so make sure your site measures up to local regulations. Using portable bunding can provide a...
Posted by Rick
on 1 July 2016
Over a period of just five days, the NSW EPA fined three companies in excess of half a million dollars total for three separate water pollution incidents.
A spokesman for the NSW EPA said "Under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act there are strict laws in place prohibitin...
Posted by Andy
on 4 January 2016
At a place called Mudgeeraba, in the Sunshine State up north,
Not that far from Coolangatta where the Gold Coast hordes go forth,
We were asked to fix a problem at the Water Treatment Plant,
And they came to Argyle knowing we can do what others can't.
Nearly fifty years since building ...