What is Contaminated Land? (V170719)

3:00pm Wednesday, 19 July 2017
4:30pm Wednesday, 19 July 2017
Seminar
API Training Room - Victorian Office
10 Beach Street
Port Melbourne, Victoria
Australia

General Manager of Landserv, Nick Mara, will discuss what land uses or activities might indicate potential contamination, what this means for buying and selling land and what level of assessment is required.

Landserv provides high quality service in the fields of contaminated land and groundwater assessment and remediation; landfill monitoring, management and reporting; environmental approvals, management and planning; environmental auditing and other related services.

Geelong 03 5222 4173 Melbourne 03 9646 0833 www.landserv.com.au

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Presenter

Nick Mara

Nick Mara
General Manager
Landserv

Nick Mara is a Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP) with the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand, with 20 years of consulting experience in the fields of environmental site assessment, site remediation, groundwater investigation, waste services and project management.

This broad range of experience has resulted from working within all states of Australia, ranging from large-scale assessment and remediation of major fuel terminals to environmental assessment of small to medium development sites subject to statutory environmental audits.

Further to his strong analytical and project management skills, Nick has extensive practical experience in EPA compliance requirements for Landfills. Nick recently completed a review of non compliance environmental issues associated with a Knox City Council Landfill and is currently acting in an advisory role to Council to achieve compliance.

As General Manager of Landserv, running a team that services a range of clients including government and private firms. The team is continuing to be a success by providing great service to repeat clients in government and the private sector. With offices in Melbourne and Geelong, Landserv is a leading provider of contaminated land and environmental services.

Program

3:00pmRegistrations Open
3:30pmPresentations Commence
4:30pmPresentations Conclude
  

Registration Fees

Registration Fees include light refreshments.

Early Bird registrations close on June 16, 2017

API Member Early bird$45
Non Member Early Bird$50.56
API Member Standard$50
Non Member Standard$55.56
API Student Members 

$30

Students wishing to attend the seminar should call the Victoria API office on 03 96447500 and book through Laura Campione. 

API Retired Members

$30 

Retired Members wishing to attend the seminar should call the Victoria API office on 03 96447500 and book through Laura Campione

CPD Points

Full attendance at this event accrues 1 CPD point.

 

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