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Australasian Groundwater Conference

The Australasian Groundwater Conference, themed ‘Groundwater in a Changing World’ was held in Brisbane in November 2019. Over 600 delegates from academia, industry and government attended the conference and enjoyed presentations, panel discussions and social events aimed at improving our management of vital groundwater resources. Alexandra Badenhop represented e3Scientific Ltd and presented on “Stream Depletion… Read more »

NZ Coastal Society Conference

e3s scientist Bryony Miller was honoured to co-chair the NZ Coastal Society (NZCS) annual conference in November 2019.  The conference explored the challenges associated with living on the edge of the great Southern Ocean.  Co-sponsored by e3Scientific, the conference attracted 130 delegates from around New Zealand. Bryony is the current NZCS Southland Representative.  

Bats, Birds and Banana Splits

e3Scientific staff attended the Birds, Bats and Banana Splits event held by the Department of Conservation in the Eglinton Valley, Fiordland on 25 January. The event was run in conjunction with yearly bat monitoring by DOC, offering the participants a chance to get involved. Participants were educated on the bat species in NZ, particularly the… Read more »

PFAS workshop, September 2019

The e3Scienfific team recently attended a PFAS (per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances) training course and workshop, discusing PFAS investigation and management.  Key topics included industry guidance both in Australia and New Zealand, investigation methods, laboratory analysis, management options and emerging remediation technologies. If you have any queries regarding PFAS, please don’t hesitate to contact our team.

EcoForum, September 2019

The e3Scienfific team attended this year’s EcoForum.  EcoForum is a broad-based environment conference and exhibition that focuses on contaminated land assessment, management and remediation.  Most notable topics discussed this year were PFAS, landfill gas, hydrocarbon remediation, closed landfill management, lead, arsenic, dioxins, and contaminants bioavailability.  If you have any queries regarding any of these topics,… Read more »

Simon Beardmore joins the e3Scientific team

e3Scientific welcomes Simon Beardmore to the team. After 10 years as the Senior Environmental Officer for the Otago Regional Council (ORC) Simon is well-regarded for his pragmatic, knowledgeable and efficient provision of clear guidance for site remediation and consents. As Senior Environmental Scientist, Simon will be working with the contaminated land team that has completed… Read more »

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:

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 »