Site inspection, Site-specific Odour Sampling, Testing and CALPUFF Dispersion Modelling of increased throughput to satisfy NSW EPA Odour Impact Criteria. Provision of specialist advice in relation to potential expansion of the facility and compliance requirements.
- Asset Management
- Civil Engineering
- Environmental Services
- GIS + Spatial Intelligence
- Waste Management
Development of a site-wide Odour Emissions Inventory for the Tamala Park Landfill to project discrete and cumulative odour impacts using CALPUFF. Development of site-representative Meteorological data set using TAPM, CALMET. The purpose of the assessment was to determine the projected offsite odour footprint in response to recent and historic odour complaints. Verification of the odour
Talis has been working with St Ives Gold Mine on a wide variety of projects for a number of years. Our initial engagement came through something of a baptism by fire when we were asked at an introductory meeting how we would go about solving some particular concerns the site had with a tailings storage
Capelight Nominees Pty Ltd sought to obtain approvals for a proposed service station on Lot 500 Bennett Street, Caversham. Given the potential for local, land-use conflicts, the City of Swan rejected the proposal and the matter was appealed to the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT). On appeal the SAT found that the land use was acceptable
Talis was engaged by the City of Wanneroo to complete a desktop geotechnical Investigation at a former landfill facility located in Wangara. The site has an area of approximately 19 hectares which was utilised as a sand mine until the 1980’s when it was purchased by the City and used as a putrescible waste landfill.
Talis has been working with Norton Gold Fields since 2014 across a number of mine closure plans for their operations around Kalgoorlie. Norton holds significant tenure in the area and has a range of current and historic operations that require ongoing environmental management in terms of management the environmental risks both during active mining, closure
Talis has been working with Bunbury-Harvey Regional Council to deliver integrated hydrogeological and geotechnical engineering solutions to the Stanley Road Waste Management Facility. The facility is situated to the 20 km north of Bunbury in WA. The facility commenced operations in 1991, accepts Class II/III putrescible waste and was constructed as an unlined facility. Underlying
Talis has been working with the City of Bayswater to deliver a detailed site investigation for the Gibbney Reserve playing field situated in Maylands, WA. Numerous historical landfills are situated in close proximity to the Swan River, generally within areas formerly utilised for extractive industries and market gardens. Gibbney Reserve is located on a former