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  • 1st July 2021 ACLCA QLD Chapter AGM and Executive Committee


    Due to requirements of COVID 19 restrictions, the Annual General Meeting was held as a webinar meeting Ist July 2021

    Adam Anderson, exiting ACLCA President, presented an overview of 2020-21 ACLCA Qld Chapter and the year ahead 2021-22.

    Welcome to 2021 - 2022 Executive Committee

     President – Helen Jones (WSP)
     Vice President –Carina Jakobi (AECOM)
    • Treasurer – Stuart Derham (JBS&G)
    • Secretary – Caitriona Coyle (WSP)
    • Committee (1) – Cameron Kay (Core Consultants)
    • Committee (2) – Leanne Griffiths (GHD)
    • Committee (3) – Georgina Kerr (AURECON)
    • Committee (4) – Josh Mitchell (Core Consultants)
     Committee (5) -  Rebecca Malaj (Cardno)
    • Committee (6)  - Lisa Powell (GHD)
    • Committee (7) – Russ Cooke (ERM)
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    Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Modules for Contaminated Land Consultants.
    One of the core values and aims of ACLCA is to provide relevant, topical and up-to-date training and professional development to its members, so that individuals within member companies can and will maintain and improve the technical and professional standards and skills of member companies.

    ACLCA Qld will continue running foundation training in 2022 on Environmental Site Assessment geared towards graduates and new entries into the industry. ACLCA is confident that the training covers all major aspects of the contaminated land practice at a level of detail suitable for practitioners new to the field. CPD module workshops will be run as a combination of webinar and face to face workshops during 2022. 

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  • Cancellation Policy - EFTPOS Facilities temporarily unavailable


    ACLCA Qld Cancellation Policy was updated an endorsed on the 9th June 2022. P

    Cancellation Policy: Invoices < $150.00 - 10% admin fee will be charged for cancellation, with full payment required for non-attendance or notification of cancellation within 48 hours of the day of the event

    Cancellation Policy: Invoices $150.00 plus - 10% admin fee will be charged for cancellation, with full payment required for non-attendance or notification of cancellation within 5 business days of the day of the event

    In the event of cancellation due to Covid related matters, the Cancellation Policy will be assessed.


    EFTPOS Facilities temporarily unavailable.

    A new online payment sytem for credit cards will be available with the launch of the NEW ACLCA National and States Website. 

    Members will be updated as soon as the launch date is released.

    Electronic Funds Transer remains an available method of payment.

    We apologise for any inconvenience 

    Please refer queries to 


    Jennifer Ingham

    Executive Officer

    ACLCA Qld
    PO Box 3166 TARRAGINDI  QLD  4121

    0421 714 449 /


  • CPD records research - ACLCA Members


    CPD records research.

    On request, ACLCA Executive Officer, Jennifer Ingham will be able to research attendance records at courses and events for ACLCA Members for purpose of CPD records.  

    There will be search fee charge of $50 per hour or part thereof. The search record details will include

    ·         event type - meeting/forum or course

    ·         date

    ·         details of Presenters and presentation topics/forums

    Jennifer Ingham Executive Officer

    ACLCA Qld M: 0421 714 449 E: 

  • Queensland Auditor Handbook for Contaminated Land


    The handbook is an important resource for people who are, or want to become, auditors for contaminated land in Queensland. It also provides information to those people who investigate and write contaminated land investigation documents as well as providing the community with details about how contaminated land is regulated.

  • Recipient Damien Morris Legacy Award


    In partnership with GHD and in memory of Damien Morris, ACLCA is proud to announce to its members the inaugural Damien Morris Award for Industry Excellence. The introduction of this annual award acknowledges the legacy of Damien’s incredible contribution to the contaminated land industry in Queensland.

    It is very pleasing to announce Jackson Skopp- GHD, as recipient of the Inaugural Damien Morris Award for Industry Excellence. A worthy INAUGURAL recipient. Congratulations Jackson!!.


     We would like to congratulate all the nominees for this award. All are fantastic CLM Young Professionals! As Damien would say ACLCA Young Professionals are the industry’s future leaders and they deserve being invested in!


    • Allana Ralph PSK
    • Jackson Skopp GHD
    • Mikayla Cover JBS&G
    • Rebecca Malaj Cardno
    • Sarah Whalan GHD

    The nominations were all of a very high standard. The judging was a very difficult task as judges were required to consider criteria during the span of time as an ACLCA Young Professional.

    We look forward to the continued opportunities for ACLCA Young Professionals in 2022.

    It is privilege to partner with GHD in future Damien Morris Awards for Industry Excellence

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    ACLCA Young Professionals presented at a special seminar series at EcoForum 2021. Winners of ACLCA Young Professionals awards in Victoria, NSW, WA and SA presented online and inperson presentations on projects that have interested them, challenged them and are shaping their careers in contaminated site management. This is a great opportunity to hear from our future leaders!

    Congratualtions Samantha Watt, Qld YP representative a great experience.

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  • 2021-22 ACLCA Early Career Professionals Subcommittee (ECPSc)


    2021-22 ACLCA Early Career Professionals Subcommittee (ECPSc)

    Chair Sam Watt (PSK Environmental)

    ACLCA Early Career Professionals are encouraged to actively participate in the ECPSc.

    The ECPSc will consist of two Co-chairs or one Chair and an unlimited number of ECP Subcommittee Members.

    The roles are annual roles with positions finalised at the AGM in July each year.

    The Co-chairs and ECPSc Members will need to sign a pledge showing their understanding and commitment to the roles and responsibilities of the position.

    Please sign and submit the nomination form to join the ECPSc. Nominations Form

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  • Proposed Affiliate Membership

    Members were invited to provide feedback on - 'What ACLCA should look like into the future?' as per detailed in the email below.

    The collated member feedback positively responded to introducing a new category of membership to ACLCA Qld to companies / organisations who are involved in the contaminated land industry

    but who are not directly consulting or are not currently consulting. The proposed Affiliate Membership provides individuals from such companies / organisations access to the network of ACLCA.

    The Executive Committee have spent significant time defining the proposed Affiliate Membership criteria and eligibility as outlined in the application form.

    Helen Jones, ACLCA President, will further introduce the proposed Affiliate Membership at the 7th April 2022 Bi-Monthly Networking meeting. ACLCA

    Members are invited to make comment on the proposed Affiliate Membership Category. Please email your comments to by 5th April 2022.


    With member endorsement, the Affiliate membership will be added to ACLCA Qld Constitution.


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  • 7th July 2022 ACLCA Qld Chapter AGM


    To all Members of ACLCA Qld,

    The Queensland chapter of ACLCA will be holding the Annual General Meeting on 7th July 2022followed by Finalists Presentation for QLD SPONSORSHIP - ACLCA ECP Session at CleanUp Conference 2022.

    Venue: The Stock Exchange Hotel, 131 Edward St, Brisbane QLD

    Time: 5.30pm arrival. AGM starts 6.00pm

    Catering: Refreshments provided

    Cost: Free. # Member only event

    RSVP: 30th June 2021

    2022-23 Executive Committee nominees will be introduced at the AGM in accordance with the Constitution (20. Election of committee members).

    Nominations are called for 2022-23 Executive Committee.

    Nominations for positions are open until 30th June 2021. 

    Please refer to the following link for registration and Nominations for 2022-23 Executive Committee.