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  In 2011, SESL’s agricultural scientist Bronwyn Brennan completed her thesis at the University of Sydney, through the Faculty of Agriculture and the Environment. We would like to congratulate Bronwyn on having ...

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 By Kelly LeeLast month, we discussed acid sulfate soil (ASS) investigation and ASS management plans that councils might require for development application (DA) submissions. Another common requirement is salinity assessment.Salt is ...

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  By Luke Jacovides I was fortunate enough to travel to Africa last month and I can honestly state that it is the most amazing place I have ever witnessed. Everything there ...

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  The NSW EPA has for several years made available a leaflet on how to manage waste from construction sites. This is a useful source of information on the definition of ...

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Photo: Tatiana MaiaRapid population growth and urban development have transformed natural environments into engineered infrastructure, resulting in the loss of vegetation and habitat, more frequent flooding and harms to human ...

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(Pay attention at 2 min 8 s) (Watch at 0 min 20 s) Last month, we featured the most common environmental assessment requested by councils for Development Application (DA) approval, contamination assessment. ...

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 By Nicholas BlythThe Specification for Supply of Recycled Material for Pavements, Earthworks and Drainage 2010 describes best practice in the use of recycled materials in a range of public works. ...

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  SESL Australia – and not least Simon Leake, who has put several years into crafting this book – is excited to announce the launch of Soils for Landscape Development – ...

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