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The spade made barely an impression on the soil. By Bronwyn Woodward We were recently contracted by a local council to assess the condition of soils along either side of a main ...

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Photo by Tim McCabe, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service By Ryan Jacka Salinity exists in the environment in a delicate balance between water movement and salt. Natural ecosystems are adapted to the ...

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Many of our clients will be sorry to learn that after 10 years with SESL Australia, Murray Fraser has decided to move on. Murray has joined Hydro Produce Australia as ...

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Avoid a fine – get it tested. Despite changes to NSW legislation several years ago outlawing the use of the term “clean fill” or "virgin excavated natural material", you can still ...

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Kumara in Maori, kumar in Quechua (Peru). Photo: Procsilas Moscas. Used under Creative Commons licence.How did the sweet potato get from the Americas to the Pacific islands before the European ...

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By Kim FemiaMany people fear it, without even knowing what it actually is.Once classed as a miracle fibre, asbestos was widely used throughout the world in more than 3000 products. ...

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  Kim Femia is SESL Australia’s newest recruit to the environmental consultants team. Kim, who has a Bachelor of Environmental Science and a Master of Science (Environmental Management), is responsible for ...

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The hill with trees on top (centre of image) is a revegetated overburden pile. Contours are visible on the right under grass. By Nathaniel Hardy Mining is a strong contributor to Australia’s ...

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