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

3 days ago

Predator Free Arrowtown

Frustrating for KAPOW Queenstown! If anyone knows anything please let them know.Sad/angry post unfortunately.

Spot what’s missing from these photos. Traps! 2 box traps like the one pictured, and a self-resetting rat/stoat Goodnature trap have gone missing from the Morningstar track in the last few weeks. The tree mount has been unscrewed and removed which indicates to us theft as opposed to vandalism. Regardless of theft or vandalism, this is stealing hundreds of dollars worth from the local community and ruining volunteer hours in setting up these traps.
Please contact us if you have seen a box trap with the stencil pictured, or if you have any more information.

Also.....On the Oxenbridge track, the entrance to a box trap had been covered up with a rock. Please don’t interfere with our traps, this is a local community volunteer effort to protect local native wildlife. If you require more information as to the importance of this nationwide project please contact us to discuss it further and don’t resort to sabotaging our efforts.
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Frustrating for KAPOW Queenstown! If anyone knows anything please let them know.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

Comment on Facebook

We don’t want 1080 they said...why can’t people just organise trapping they said....-would be interesting to talk to the culprits about alternative methods of reducing predators numbers and saving our birds!!!

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4 days ago

Predator Free Arrowtown

A big thanks to Fiona Rowley and Hunter for helping rebait the Bush Creek traps. It appears the Goodnature traps don't discriminate between stoats of different colours, with a pure white stoat (ermine) found beneath an A24 in the beech forest. The Tap Trappers also collected a pure white stoat from along the Arrow River today. What are the odds? ... See MoreSee Less

A big thanks to Fiona Rowley and Hunter for helping rebait the Bush Creek traps. It appears the Goodnature traps dont discriminate between stoats of different colours, with a pure white stoat (ermine) found beneath an A24 in the beech forest. The Tap Trappers also collected a pure white stoat from along the Arrow River today. What are the odds?Image attachmentImage attachment

 

Comment on Facebook

How interesting!

Oh, matching gloves!

1 week ago

Predator Free Arrowtown

It looks like all the Tap Trappers hard work is starting to pay off. The traps along the Arrow are starting to catch stoats and rats. In addition, a new line of ten traps has been added up Tobin's Track right to the top. ... See MoreSee Less

It looks like all the Tap Trappers hard work is starting to pay off. The traps along the Arrow are starting to catch stoats and rats. In addition, a new line of ten traps has been added up Tobins Track right to the top.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

Comment on Facebook

How do i get some traps for our property? We in Butel park

AWESOME

Fantastic stuff

Great work PFA!

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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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