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As of 1st July 2019, the new Waste Levy will apply to most wastes received by licenced landfill facilities in Queensland. The leviable areas cover 90 per cent of the ...

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Recent developments within the soil science industry and our understanding of how soil characteristics effect functionality. Led to changes in the Australian Standard 4419 – Soils for Landscaping and Garden ...

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Jesse Fenn, once SESL Soil Scientist now commercial production manager at Circle D Nurseries, Central Texas, USA reflects on his time with the company and the investment into his career development he ...

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Roof gardens and vertical gardens are not only aesthetically pleasing but can, if designed correctly, provide excellent functionality for temperature insulation, provision of microclimates and biodiversity benefits. They improve the ...

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Stormwater biofiltration systems (also known as biofilters, bioretention systems and rain gardens) are becoming an increasingly popular way of dealing with nutrient and sediment run-off in new and existing residential ...

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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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