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  • February Meeting 2018

    Wednesday, 21st February 2018 WA

    ACLCA-WA member meeting

    When: Wednesday, 21 February 2018

    Host company: Strategen

    Where: Lvl 1, 50 Subiaco Square Road, Subiaco

    Contact: George King

    Presentation Title:

    Microplastics – Investigation of the effect of different virgin polyethylene pellets of various producers and lots on the polyethylene-water partition coefficient for Naphthalene in a small laboratory scale

    Presenter:

    Julia Heide, Environmental Engineer BEng (hons), Darmstadt University of Technology

  • Schedule of Meetings 2018

    WA

    Refer to each month for all details on the meetings and presentations.

     

    COMPANY CONTACT NAME MEETING DATE

    Strategen

    George King

    21/02/2018

    AECOM

    Sally Stevenson

    21/03/2018

    HydroSolutions
    Stuart Jeffries
    11/04/2018

    Gemec

    Nicolo Jelovsek

    09/05/2018

    ERM

    Ed Dennis

    13/06/2018

    Australian Environmental Auditors

    Peter Alderson

    11/07/2018

    Douglas Partners

    Rob Shapland

    08/08/2018

    Greencap
    Ashley Sheardown
    12/09/2018

    Emission Assessments

    Giacomo Collica

    10/10/2018

    JBS&G

    Ron D'Ercole

    14/11/2018

    TBA

     

    12/12/2018

  • NPG Easter Sundowner - Thursday, 06 April 2017 from 5.30pm

    Thursday, 06 April 2017 WA

    The Novice Professional Group's (NPG)will host a Sundowner on Thursday, 06 April 2017

    Please come and join us during the first week of April for a Sundowner and BBQ in Kings Park! Food and drinks will be provided on the night, so please RSVP for catering purposes. Let us know if there are any dietary requirements as well, and we’ll do our absolute best to cater for you. 
     
    We’ll be meeting at the Pines Picnic Area, which is just off Fraser Avenue and close to car parking facilities and public transport. Bring along a picnic blanket and a jumper (in case it gets a bit chilly).
     
    Hope to see you all there!
    Sarah McNab
    NPG Chair

    rsvp: [email protected]

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  • Christmas Quiz Night 2015 - Winners are 360 Environmental

    WA

    A great night was had by nearly 200 members of the Western Australian contaminates sites industry including member companies, and guests from supplier companies and laboratories.

    A big thank you to the NPGers for organising especially Carrie Gorman and Madeline Bergmeier, and for the sponsors who donated prizes including ECO Environmenta, ALS, MPL, EnviroLab, InSite, DPP.

    The pressure is now on all other members to beat two year in a row winners 360 Environmental and InSite Remediation

  • Presidents address to NPG - August 2015

    WA

    Novice Professional Committee Members,

     

    On behalf of the ACLCA, I would like to show my gratitude and congratulate Madam Chairman and the rest of the NPG Executive Committee for your efforts so far this year.  I have been encouraged by your dedication, commitment and enthusiasm since the inception of the NPG in February and long may it continue.  We are now moving towards the business (…and fun) end of the year in the ACLCA Calendar with the Social Events ramping up, which obviously need to be organised.

     

    First up in September, will see your inaugural event as an Official Committee with the upcoming Question and Answers session with Representatives from the Department of Environment Regulation – this will be an invaluable opportunity for you to network with the DER in an informal setting and learn from their wealth of experiences.  The DER A/Manager, Contaminated Sites and a Principal Contaminated Sites Officer have already confirmed they will be attending.  I am hoping this could become an annual event going forward, so get your questions ready!

     

    October sees the ACLCA Annual General Meeting (AGM), when the new Executive Committee in WA will be elected into Office for the 2015 – 2016 year.  The Executive Officer is currently trying to secure some high profile presentations for this event, this is one not to be missed and hopefully we will have more news on the Presenters and topics in the near future. 

     

    In November we have the Paul Turner Scholarship Awards (https://www.facebook.com/paulturnerawardWA).  The Paul Turner Scholarship is awarded to students undertaking projects or major assignments in the field of contaminated land or sites management, and commemorates the contribution of one of Western Australia's respected industry members, Paul Turner, who passed away in November 2010.  The event is attended by member company consultants, Contaminated Sites Auditors, members of the Department of Environment Regulation contaminated sites branch, members of the Departments of Water and Health, thus affording opportunity for student finalists the opportunity to network and socialise and discuss potential future career pathways.  The event is followed by “The Auditors Drinks”  and it will give you guys access to the Who’s Who in our Industry here in WA and Nationally.

     

    We round it all off in December with the Christmas Quiz at the Oxford Hotel in Leederville, the highlight of the ACLCA Social Calendar, where consultants from all of the member companies go head to head to compete to be crowned Consultancy of the Year (…at table quizzes!).  There are usually 130 – 140 consultants in attendance and it is always a good night with great prizes from our suppliers and sponsors.

     

    I hope to see you all at the Q&A Session next month, it is your night, so make the most of the opportunity and enjoy yourselves. 

     

    Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any queries.

     

    Thanks again, you should be proud of yourselves.

     

    Kind regards

    Bryan

       


     

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