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The company takes a classical approach to providing water systems whilst specialising in greywater recycling, water purification, stormwater harvesting and treatment, and water disinfection. In addition, the company provides risk management systems, water quality monitoring and diagnostic systems.
That has been the task facing Rio Tinto as it prepares to dismantle its HIsmelt pig iron plant at Kwinana, south of Perth, for shipping and rebuilding in China. For this process, Rio Tinto chose Sydney-based Liberty Industrial, a leading provider of specialist demolition contracting services to the mining, heavy industrial and power generation industries.
In 2008 Torque Hydraulics acquired Hydra-Pac Waste Systems, a specialist designer and manufacturer of vertical and horizontal baling equipment with over 30 years industry experience, and changed its name to the current Torque Industries to reflect its diversification. Director Tony Neef told us more about Hydra-Pac and the other divisions of the group.
Nitro Drilling is a relatively young company that started in 2002 with just a couple of rigs and has grown to now have twenty-five. Rene Valstar is the primary owner and director, and when he saw the need to expand operations, he brought Dan Rogers on board. Dan came along in 2008, bringing a wealth of experience in Queensland’s construction sector, and together they have built one of the most s
Specific areas of expertise include static guarding, recruitment, training, risk management consulting and investigation services. The company is particularly well placed to provide security to the resource sector due to its ability to easily deploy trained and licensed staff to remote worksites.
A big city like Melbourne is a large consumer of water for many purposes and Melbourne Water provides safe and reliable water services in a sustainable fashion. From water storage, storm water management, sewage, drainage and treatment to the health of rivers and creeks, Melbourne Water serves a crucial function in everyday life in Melbourne and surrounding municipalities. We spoke with Melbourne
So it is not unreasonable to expect that a Perth-based company might be a leading light in the area of water treatment and, in particular, reverse osmosis. MAK Industrial Water Solutions is that company and Chief Executive Officer Andy Byk told us how the company has been progressing.
As an industry leader, the company is known for advising on and providing turnkey engineering solutions to numerous public and private sector clients across Australia and South East Asia in the infrastructure, construction and mining sectors.
Ichthys has a project life of at least 40 years and an initial capacity to produce 8.4 million tonnes of LNG and 1.6 million tonnes of LPG per year, as well as approximately 100,000 barrels of condensate per day at peak. The gas processing plant will be onshore at Blaydin Point within Darwin’s Middle Arm Peninsula industrial area – connected to the field by a pipeline 889km in length.
The company has invested millions in the Australasian region over the past two years.
But this highly experienced provider of liquid storage and distribution services to the chemicals, agricultural, plastics, edible oils and waste stream industries takes its responsibilities so seriously it has gone to unusual lengths to secure both its services and its reputation with a series of innovations that have helped it to win recognition, including recent Australian Freight Industry Award
Peter favours an approach that first identifies what waste needs to be dealt with on a regular basis in any particular industrial or resources context, then establishes a routine that safely meets the regulations and keeps the environment safe whilst keeping the wheels of industry turning without interruptions.
Brian Tarlinton, Wrightway’s General Manager, explains the enormous effort now being invested in resource recovery, which in part has driven Wrightway’s rapid growth. “It is a hugely developing field in a lot of areas that just has endless developments coming all the way from landfill gas recapturing for energy production through to the resource recovery of various materials, whether they be
However, reliability and ease of use (which also equates to speed of turnaround when loading or unloading to enable the vehicle to be in use more and in the depot less) are also important factors and are sometimes underestimated. Not every fleet manager knows all the options that can make his or her trucks perform to optimum levels year in, year out.
The Meridian Engineering professional team includes Operations Manager Josh Kiley who himself has an extensive background in mining, repair and fabrication (he is also a qualified boilermaker and advanced welder) as well as experience in the supervision of large work crews. The company’s sizable growth can be attributed to its focus on quality work, quality people and the building of strong clie
Warren Johnson and a group of investors from America incorporated the Johnson Electric Service Company in 1885 which then began to install and service automatic building temperature regulation systems.
In 1926, in a small Bulimba factory in Brisbane, Alfred Davis created Queensland's first laundry tub manufacturing business – a first that only hinted at how Everhard Industries would change the way Australians designed and used wet areas in and around their homes and the way their Councils provided water services to them for the next 80 years.