Australia's leading environmental science group

About us

Environmental Earth Sciences International (EESI) mitigates the financial, regulatory and legal risks associated with contaminated land, contaminated groundwater and waste.

Our customers benefit from over 30 years of experience and cutting-edge scientific knowledge. Our clients receive a partnership assisting in meeting their environmental management obligations across entire project lifecycles – including compliance, planning, construction, operations and ultimately decommissioning.

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Innovation

Repair

Research

Resolve

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.

Resolve

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.

Repair

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.

Research

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.

Bioremediation Processes at Soil Recycling Facility

  Bioremediation is a process in which the natural microbes in the soil are promoted to digest hydrocarbon based contaminants. Contaminants that fall into this category include polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), such as those produced as a waste by-product in gas manufacture, and petroleum hydrocarbons (TPHs), such as those typically found at service stations (including petrol, diesel and oils). The bioremediation of these materials does not necessarily occur in-situ. This is wh...

Quarterly landfill monitoring for Nillumbik Shire Council

EESI has been monitoring the Kangaroo Ground and the Plenty Landfills for the Nillumbik Shire Council quarterly since 2016 in accordance with the sites’ aftercare management plan. They have consistently produced reports on the compliance of the council in their management of groundwater, leachate, surface water and landfill gas. When exceedances in some contaminate levels were discovered, EESI was engaged in research and reporting on management and reduction options. This consistent monito...

Managing Acid Sulfate Soils

Without careful management, disturbing acid sulfate soils can have serious downstream environmental, economic, engineering and health impacts, and can restrict development, construction and agriculture in affected areas. Environmental Earth Sciences has significant experience in developing site plans to effectively manage the potential risk associated with Acid Sulfate Soils. When removed from a site, acid sulfate soils are classified as waste and can have significant cost implications for...

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