Author: Gemma Davis

e3s SiteWise and Prequal Approved

e3s is committed to the health and safety of our staff and is pleased to announce that we have recently obtained prequalification status through the PREQUAL industry contractor prequalification scheme.  This adds to our existing health and safety credentials, including our SiteWise Green Status.

e3s Commended at National Conference

The recent  NZ Hydrological Society and Meteorological Society of NZ joint conference provided Alexandra Badenhop and Simon Bloomberg an opportunity to keep up to date with the latest developments in water quality monitoring technology in NZ and to present the findings of a multidisciplinary water quality and ecological assessment undertaken by e3s. Entitled ‘Impacts of… Read more »

Predator Free Arrowtown Builds Momentum

The PFA movement continues to build with 113 traps now deployed and dedicated volunteers still checking and setting traps through the winter months.  Efforts are paying off – despite some misguided efforts to block and vandalise traps in recent months.  Check out progress on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/PFArrowtown/

e3Scientific PEQUAL Approved and SiteWise Green

e3Scientific is committed to the health and safety of our staff and is proud to announce that we have achieved PREQUAL approval for 2018-19 and SiteWise Green Status for 2018 with a SiteWise assessment score of 87%.  We are committed to providing a safe work environment and look forward to continually improving our health and… Read more »

e3s Commended at National Conference

The recent  NZ Hydrological Society and Meteorological Society of NZ joint conference provided Alexandra Badenhop and Simon Bloomberg an opportunity to keep up to date with the latest developments in water quality monitoring technology in NZ and to present the findings of a multidisciplinary water quality and ecological assessment undertaken by e3s. Entitled ‘Impacts of… Read more »