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The presence of soluble salts in soil and water is known as salinity. These salts occur naturally, resulting from the weathering of the earth’s crust. Throughout the earth’s history, this ...

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The urban landscape setting can be a hostile environment for tree growth. There are many soil issues that trees face during establishment and growth in heavily urbanised spaces. Therefore, when ...

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There is an emerging concern globally about the environmental and potential human health impacts of the synthetic chemicals known as PFAS. Recently, the PFAS National Environmental Management Plan (NEMP) was ...

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"GROW YOUR OWN - How to be an Urban Farmer", by Simon Leake and Angus Stewart   "The rise in popularity of urban farming in all its forms has resulted in many books ...

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From SESL’s perspective, nearly all redevelopments haven’t been brought into the 21st Century in their soil and waste management.  Millions of dollars are wasted in nearly every development project in ...

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Not all contamination investigations involve hazardous chemicals. Sometimes we are asked to investigate the impact of inadvertent spills involving food grade products too! A recent example was a spill of 'lemon ...

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Origin and evolution of the ISO 900 Dates back to World War II, when the Ministry of Defence in Britain decided to implement a set of standards to reduce mistakes.   Since ...

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The perched water table is by far the most commonly used and successful designs for professional grade sports fields in Australia and around the world. Sports fields that utilise the ...

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