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  • What Can You Expect From The Demolition Process? 06/08/2018

    When most people think of a demolition process, the image that comes to mind immediately is the big wrecking ball destroying everything in its path. However, that is not the only part involved in a demolition – there are actually a number of steps your demolition team will take before they even reach that stage. …

  • Common Factors that Halt Excavation Projects 03/08/2018

    Basement excavation is becoming an increasingly popular way to manage inner Melbourne’s growing parking needs, but such projects can often be troubled by unexpected costs and delays as work is halted to rectify various unforeseen obstacles. In this article, we’ll be looking at some of the most common factors that halt basement excavation projects and …

  • Your Responsibilities To The Environment As A Business Owner 12/07/2018

    Big or small, your business has an impact on the environment. From noise to chemicals, there are regulations and responsibilities for every kind of waste. If you don’t know what they are, and your business is not up to code, there are serious consequences involved. As a business owner, you are responsible for the people …

  • How You’re Polluting Without Even Realising It 02/07/2018

    We all know that littering is detrimental to the environment, but there are actually many other ways we are constantly polluting. Often, they seem so small that you may not have even considered its effect on the environment. That’s why we’re showing you five ways you might be polluting in today’s blog.   #1: Sweeping …

  • 3 Ozone Depleting Substances You Should Know 22/06/2018

    Simply put, ozone depleting substances are gasses that contribute to global warming by harming the ozone layer. Some of these gases and substances can last in the atmosphere for around 50 years. By damaging the earth’s ozone layer we are less protected from harmful radiation from the sun. In this blog, we sharing what ozone …

  • Ways To Prevent And Reduce Soil Pollution 01/06/2018

    Soil is a resource that humans definitely take for granted. The soil is integral to the process of growing crops and farming animals – i.e. two huge areas of the agricultural sector that are absolutely necessary for human survival. There are even suggestions that soil can positively impact climate change. Despite the evident value of …

  • 8 Things Your Business Can Do To Protect Groundwater 11/05/2018

    Groundwater is an incredibly important resource. Making up around a third of Australia’s water consumption, groundwater supports significant urban and rural areas. In fact, in some rural areas, groundwater is the primary source of water for the surrounding community. Unfortunately, there are many ways in which groundwater can become polluted, and most of them are avoidable or can be reduced, especially in …

  • How Groundwater Gets Polluted 30/04/2018

    Groundwater is a vital Australian resource and in the drier regions, it is the only water source. Just because it is sealed underground doesn’t mean that it is impervious to pollution and contaminants. If it isn’t caught in time polluted can lead to serious health problems like dysentery, hepatitis, and severe poisoning. It can make …

  • A Guide To Post-Flood Mould Control 27/04/2018

    Floods encourage mould growth due to the constant moisture and humidity caused by the water. The resulting mould can actually be quite toxic, so it is important to have a mould control strategy to rely on after your house is flooded. Today, we’ve put together some key steps for mould control after a flood that …

  • The Shocking Effects Toxic Mould Has On Your Health 18/04/2018

    Mould isn’t pretty. That much is obvious. But did you know toxic mould could seriously impact the health of everyone that is exposed to it? There are so many types of mould that could be festering in your home or workplace and you may not even realise it. In this week’s blog, we’re investigating the …

  • The Traumatic History of Asbestos in Australia 09/04/2018

    Australia has a traumatic history with asbestos. To this day we are still dealing with its insidious presence in Australian homes, workspaces and public buildings. Asbestos went from being the ‘miracle fibre of the 20th century’ to ‘devil dust’ that devastated thousands of lives. The second highest rate of Mesothelioma deaths is in Australia – …

  • Why You Should Invest In Office Plants in 2018   15/01/2018

    What’s important to every business owner? While there are certainly a long list of things, at the top of every business owners’ priorities is the health of their employees. Besides from encouraging work health and safety procedures, this is mostly out of their control. However, luckily, there is an easy step you can take to …

  • New Year’s Resolutions To Help The Environment 09/01/2018

    A lot of us make New Year’s Resolutions to improve ourselves. But have you ever considered a resolution that is good for both you and the planet? In this week’s blog, we share some great ways to help the environment this year. 1) Grow our own organic herbs/vegetables The first way to help the planet …

  • Top Environmental Issues In The Workplace 08/12/2017

    Maintaining a safe and healthy workplace is essential for every business. But what are the key environmental issues which are likely to arise in your place of work? Well, in this week’s blog we share the top environmental issues for businesses and what you can do to prevent them from occurring.   1) Poor air quality and ventilation  Bad air …

  • Everything You Need To Know About Demolition  16/11/2017

    Demolitions can be a thrilling part of any construction process. But there are some things you should know about what’s involved in a demolition. So, in this week’s blog, we share five things everyone needs to know before starting a demolition.   1) Call in the experts  The first and most important thing before considering a …