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Australia is home to many national parks, reserves and bushland, which are rich in endemic flora and fauna. Bushwalking is a common past time for Australians and our visitors which ...

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“I just want to know; is my site contaminated? Can I push on with my project?” are questions we’re asked all too often at SESL. Answering this is often not ...

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During a recent routine monitoring event, one of our environmental consultants discovered a bright orange algae-like formation, similar to the colouring on construction high-visibility vests, coating the substrate and surrounding ...

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Sports turf uses a lot more fertiliser and water than other green spaces. But why? The explanation lies in the expectations of the playing surface. The surface must be able to ...

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Understanding soil drainage rates, is vital for groundwater control during construction and sports field projects. With several methods of estimating hydraulic conductivity available this article explores the various methods of ...

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Depending on where you live in Australia a Preliminary Site Inspection (PSI) may be a council requirement within a development application.  If you reside within Queensland, you are required to ...

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Graham Ross from Better Homes and Gardens recently described Barangaroo as "an Iconic Waterside Park" and "a gift to all Australians". Barangaroo A stunning 6-hectare man made reserve that opened in 2015 ...

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Know what you are buying so you don’t end up in trouble – or worse! Like so many professions, soil scientists are not called upon until there is a problem. Here ...

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