Biodiversity

Assisting government and non-government clients to evaluate, manage, monitor and restore the biodiversity values of terrestrial, aquatic and marine environments.

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Hydrology & Water Resources

Applying best practice science to aid government and the private sector to better manage New Zealand’s water resources.

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Contaminated Land & Landfill Gas

Identifying, investigating, remediating and managing contaminated land, water and landfill sites to ensure the protection of human health and the environment.

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About Us

e3Scientific is a New Zealand owned and operated environmental science consultancy. Our team deliver technically excellent, innovative science; practical intelligent solutions; and expert advice to assist our clients in the smart management of resources.

Operating in New Zealand since 2007 (formerly as Davis Consulting Group Ltd) and with team members based in Arrowtown and Invercargill, e3Scientific has a proven track record in providing pragmatic, cost-effective advice to leaders in regional and local government and the not for profit and private sectors including the agriculture, land development, resources, airport, waste and tourism industries.

We stay ahead of the curve and can be relied upon to apply the latest science; collaborate with the best people in NZ; employ the latest technology; and provide excellent service to deliver practical, profitable environmental solutions for your project and the environment.

Taking Action

“At e3s we don’t just talk about sustainability, we act as a company and as individuals to deliver a better environmental future” – Glenn Davis.

e3Scientific not only assists our clients to achieve quality, efficient environmental management and compliance, as a company and individuals we actively invest in a better environmental future for New Zealand.

Our team have a passion for the environment and the outdoors and are actively involved in the local community and environmental projects through their work and personal lives.

News

1 day ago

Predator Free Arrowtown

A big thank you to Simon Aych Bloomberg and Emily for helping set the next line of possum traps up Bush Creek. These were provided through the generous support of the Wakatipu Wildlife Trust. We also installed five new 'weta motels', built by the Otago Corrections Facility. Hopefully in a few months any resident weta will move in. Feel free to have a look and see if anyone is home next time you walk the tracks. ... See MoreSee Less

A big thank you to Simon Aych Bloomberg and Emily for helping set the next line of possum traps up Bush Creek. These were provided through the generous support of the Wakatipu Wildlife Trust. We also installed five new weta motels, built by the Otago Corrections Facility. Hopefully in a few months any resident weta will move in. Feel free to have a look and see if anyone is home next time you walk the tracks.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Yay! Good work guys & soooo exciting 👍🏿

5 days ago

Predator Free Arrowtown

It looks like the new trap lines are starting to fire. One stoat has already been caught on the Whitechapel line. The Sawpit Gully line has started to catch some big rats, a stoat, as well as our first weasel. This unfortunately means we have all three mustelids around (weasels, stoats, ferrets). Check out the size difference between a stoat and a weasel (smallest). ... See MoreSee Less

It looks like the new trap lines are starting to fire. One stoat has already been caught on the Whitechapel line. The Sawpit Gully line has started to catch some big rats, a stoat, as well as our first weasel. This unfortunately means we have all three mustelids around (weasels, stoats, ferrets). Check out the size difference between a stoat and a weasel (smallest).Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Why do you use hens eggs for bait...isnt that just training the critters to eat eggs ???dog roll works better.

2 weeks ago

Predator Free Arrowtown

A big thanks to the Tap Trappers, Jeff, Nigel, Roy, and Taylor, for putting out a new trap line along to Whitechapel. Keep an eye out for the traps next time you walk the Millennium Track. This line will help encircle Arrowtown with traps to avoid predator invasions and as well as protect our local kaka, who is still enjoying the apples on the trees. PFA now has a continuous trap line from Whitechapel to the edge of Coronet Peak. ... See MoreSee Less

A big thanks to the Tap Trappers, Jeff, Nigel, Roy, and Taylor, for putting out a new trap line along to Whitechapel. Keep an eye out for the traps next time you walk the Millennium Track. This line will help encircle Arrowtown with traps to avoid predator invasions and as well as protect our local kaka, who is still enjoying the apples on the trees. PFA now has a continuous trap line from Whitechapel to the edge of Coronet Peak.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Fantastic effort APF

Kate Campbell

Yeow! Great stuff.

Awesome work PFA - I’ve spotted the traps on the Millennium track so will keep an eye out for breaches.

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The Team

At e3Scientific experienced, technically excellent, motivated scientists are the backbone of our business. Our team combine highly qualified scientists with extensive international and national experience; national and global connections; local knowledge; and a lot of passion to deliver professional, prompt and personal service.

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Careers

e3Scientific is always on the look-out for talented people to join our team.

While we do not always have positions vacant, if you are interested in working with us please send your current curriculum vitae.

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Contact

Postal address
P.O. Box 2450
Wakatipu 9349
Queenstown

Office location
Arrow Lane, Arrowtown

Phone
(+64) 3 409 8664

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