Australia's leading environmental science group

About us

Environmental Earth Sciences is an Australian owned and operated environmental consultancy specialising in soil science, contaminated site investigation, contaminant hydrogeology, mining and environmental management of waste and landfills.

Our vision

A cleaner, greener earth.

We are passionate about the environment and as such, we strive daily to create a, Cleaner, Greener Earth.

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Our proven capabilities

Over the last 30 years we have worked on many major projects, both locally and internationally to expose the value of land and groundwater. We have successfully assisted in the remediation of land, creating a cleaner, greener earth for future generations.


When land needs to be nurtured, repaired, sustainably utilised or its value unlocked, our name should be foremost in mind. We are committed to producing scientifically sound work that offers our clients the best value.


Since 2002 we have been restoring the value of contaminated soil and groundwater resources, using unique scientific based solutions. Our mix of established practices and innovative solutions assists our clients in meeting the various strict environmental regulatory controls that are in place.


As a solution focused business, we strongly believe in investing in research and development. Our research team works tirelessly behind the scenes to innovate and commercialise the most sustainable methods to deal with contamination.

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Recent work

We are proud of all the work we do and love sharing some of the projects we’ve recently worked on with you.

Metal contamination in soils

The Centre for Contaminant Geoscience (CCG) was engaged to design a remediation technique to maximise the onsite reuse of soil after metal contamination in soils had occurred.   THE SOLUTION CCG developed a technique to immobilise metals such as lead and mercury in soil through the formation of non-soluble mineral complexes. This technique mitigates the associated environmental and health impacts and has the potential to be used on complex mixtures of metals. &...

Environmental monitoring of landfills

By Philip Mulvey – Environmental & Earth Sciences and Wendi Trotter – Former Environmental & Earth Sciences    Abstract Groundwater monitoring is usually undertaken to detect the migration of contaminants or leachate from a landfill. Groundwater monitoring is now a requirement of all new, current and some old landfills in New Zealand, set down by the local or regional authority as a result of the Resource Management Act, 1991 (RMA). The positioning of landfill b...

Asbestos assessment & management

Environmental Earth Sciences was appointed to undertake an environmental investigation at a public school and to provide advice for the management on the audit and approval process for the client in preparation for site development.   THE SOLUTION Fill material had been found onsite consisting of asbestos and other contaminants. Environmental Earth Sciences carried out a detailed investigation of the site and developed a remedial action plan (RAP) and remedial wor...

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