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Successful landscaping works add aesthetic value to new developments and breathes new life into a remediated site, and can be a major attraction when done right (have a look at ...

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Many of Australia’s built and natural heritage sites are visited by local and international tourists, and as such are routinely maintained to ensure their safety. Lesser-known sites of historical significance ...

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SESL’s in-house lab is constantly striving to achieve reliable high quality results for our clients and aims to find the most appropriate methods of testing and analysis for any given ...

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Recently, I undertook a soil investigation at the National Arboretum Canberra as part of an environmental measurement and monitoring course at the Australian National University. Soils were sampled from nine ...

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Following the release of the publication “Soils for Landscape Development” by Elke Haege and Simon Leake, the Australian Landscaping industry has had the scientific information in hand to incorporate professional ...

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Variously known in the urban environment as detention basins, stormwater management systems or sediment basins, they are generally better known as wetlands.  While their primary function may be to mitigate ...

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In late April, the aftermath of ex-tropical cyclone Debbie caused significant flooding of the lowland areas across the coastal fringe of Queensland and northern New South Wales. The impacts of ...

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At SESL, we believe that waste materials, particularly soils and organic materials, have an intrinsic beneficial reuse value in our environment. Soils are are created at a rate between 1-10mm ...

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