PFAS/PFOS Removal in contaminated locations...

Considered by scientists to be emerging contaminants, PFAS are a globally concerning group of non-degradable chemicals that are having an impact here in Australia. While PFAS and PFOS are not and never have been manufactured in Australia, products containing these chemicals have long been imported into our country[1]. The ramifications of this are now beginning […]


PFAS a Better Way

This is the third article in a three-part series considering the challenges PFAS (per or poly fluorinated alkyl substances) present to the environment and potential solutions, . Most short-term acute generation of PFAS is from the use of AFFF (aqueous fluorinated firefighting foam) in firefighting exercises and responses. More chronic and gradual long-term generation occurs […]

Groundwater Remediation

Preventing Future Liability in the...

Contamination on Marina sites depreciates property values, harms the environment, is costly to remediate and interferes with business operations. The marina industry has a potential to impact on the environment because of its’ waterfront location, activities, the raw materials and chemicals used and the waste generated. Owners and operators of Marinas, Boatsheds and Slipways depend […]

New Release

Erin Brockovich sounds alarmed over...

American activist Erin Brockovich has warned all levels of government in Australia to act swiftly to prevent the spread of PFAS chemical contamination, with more affected sites coming to light. Key points: More than 60 sites in Queensland are believed to be contaminated by PFAS A university campus and a residential development are being built […]