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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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ALGA and NSW EPA will be hosting the Regional Contaminated Land Conference in Queanbeyan on 26th June 2017.The event's objectives:increasing awareness of contaminated land issues;improving regional council officers' understanding of regulatory ...

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Everybody knows earthworms are good for your soil.  Horticulture Innovation Australia (HIA) – as the peak body for Horticulture in Australia – has invested in a three year project that ...

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Permeability in its most basic soil-related form is determining the amount of water that passes through a soil in a set amount of time. But how is it measured?Permeability goes ...

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Our Director Simon has just come back from the SUITMA 9 conference in Moscow. SUITMA stands for Soil for Urban Industrial, Transport Military and Mining areas. Started in 1998 by a group ...

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By Kelly LeeAs ACT Manager, I’m part of the committee for environmental professional associations including the ACT Division of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ), and ACT ...

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