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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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As a part of the Singapore Centre for Urban Greenery and Ecology’s (CUGE) training program, our director Simon Leake presented a workshop last week for the Singapore National Parks Board ...

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We recently had an interesting enquiry from a customer, when their red wine turned blue! They were rinsing their wine glass that contained residual red wine with some tank water, and ...

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