"Using a highly accurate vehicle-mounted laser spectrometer, air samples were taken by Pacific Environment for a total of 80 hours (in one second measurements) while covering local routes totalling 3,200 kilometres between July 2013 and May this year. The methane monitoring was undertaken before, during and after drilling and hydraulic fracturing of wells at the Waukivory Pilot Project."
EnviroSuite, our innovative and ground breaking environmental monitoring technology, has won the Built Environment Award at the prestigious 2015 Australian Technologies Competition held on 20 October 2015.
Effective monitoring of our water resources is an essential part of public and community health, but how is it currently being undertaken? More importantly, how effective are these techniques? Our resident surface water expert, Dr. Adrian Zammit, finds out.
Nanotechnology is a field that is relevant to our health risk assessment and toxicology practice. This insight into Nanotechnology is written by Dr Maria Davoren, Pacific Environment’s resident nanotoxicologist.
A major highlight of the presentation is EnviroSuite technology’s groundbreaking year in terms of growth among sectors as a proactive environmental management technology and new international opportunities. These opportunities have also presented new partnerships for global distribution of EnviroSuite.
Pacific Environment's EnviroSuite technology has been named as a finalist in the 2015 Australian Technologies Competition in two divisions.
We are pleased to present the Annual Report for Pacific Environment Limited and its subsidiaries (the Group) for the 2015 Financial Year. Chairman Murray d’Almeida in his Chairmans Statement says “I am also very pleased to announce a 43% increase…