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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 - 2021 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) – Silvana Santomartino (PSK)
    • Committee (5) – Josh Mitchell (Core Consultants)
     Committee (6) -  Rebecca Malaj (Cardno)
    • Committee (7)  - Lisa Powell (GHD)
    • Committee (8) – Russ Cooke (ERM)
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  • EFTPOS Facilities available


    ACLCA Qld offer EFTPOS ANZ MERCHANT CARD READER facilities for payment of tax invoices for training courses, meetings and New and Annual Membership Fees.

    Transactions can face to face or over the phone payments are accepted 


    # Please note changes to surcharges apply. Current surcharge rates 

    A 2.3% per Visa or MasterCard credit transaction fee 

    A $0.30 Debit Card fee per Cheque or Savings transaction 


    AMEX and Diners N/A

    All querie please contact 


    Jennifer Ingham

    Executive Officer

    ACLCA Qld
    PO Box 3166 TARRAGINDI  QLD  4121

    0421 714 449 /


  • 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.

  • 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: 

  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Modules for Contaminated Land Consultants.



    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 be been running foundation training in 2021 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 2021. 

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  • ACLCA Qld response to COVID 19

    QLD Health response and company responses to the spread of Coronavirus are rapidly evolving.

    Businesses in Brisbane and Queensland (and beyond) are implementing a number of measures to protect the health of employees and visitors to reduce the risk of exposure to Coronavirus. These measures include cancelling or postponing any external client events for the ensuing months.

    ACLCA support and follow directives of our Company member hosts and have postponed ALL events and training until further notice.

    We are currently reviewing options for delivering training and monthly technical presentations, either via Webinar or a similar format.  Members will be updated on this as soon as details are finalised.

  • EcoForum Conference September 2020- ACLCA Young Professionals Abstract Presentations


    ACLCA and EcoForum presented a special Young Professionals’ seminar series at EcoForum 2020. Winners of ACLCA Young Professionals awards in Victoria, NSW, WA and SA gave a live presentations on projects that have interested them, challenged them and are shaping their careers in contaminated site management. This was a  great opportunity to hear from our future leaders!

    This YP session was chaired by Andrew Kohlrusch – ACLCA National Chair.

    Each YP gave a 10 minute presentation followed by individual responses to the following question raised by the Chair. “What has this project changed about the way you conduct assessments?’ Great responses from all!! Congratulations

    Refer to the links for individual resources of the YP presentations. 




    MEMBER COMPANY                 



    Shimona Babra


    A Data Gaps Evaluation: The value of existing information to achieve re-classification



    Joshua Edwards


    Analysis of PFAS: Graphical Representation of Trends, Attenuation and Source Zones



    Claire Fitzpatrick


    Mine closure and contaminated land: the challenges to be overcome by the Latrobe Valley Mine



    Meg Coles


    Benefits of process-based perspectives for better data collection by field staff

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