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EnviroScience Solutions has extensive experience working in the facilities and property management sector, giving clients peace of mind that their premises is free of hazardous materials or contaminants, while protecting the health of those inhabiting the property.

Specialising in the identification, monitoring and management of contaminants and hazardous materials, we conduct health risk and exposure assessments, monitoring of hazardous materials, and develop a scope of works to remediate, validate and clear the site across a range of issues.

These include identifying and testing for asbestos, and updating associated registers, managing assets if damaged by fire, storms or mechanical faults, assessing for mould or sewerage ingress, and cleaning up former methamphetamine (meth) labs. 

This has seen us successfully manage several NSW Department of Land and Housing (LAHC) contracts, including Aboriginal housing, and working with real estate firms, building managers, caretakers and resident managers.

Our experienced and qualified team, including Occupational Hygienists and Certified Environmental Practitioners (CEnvP), ensures we provide the best possible outcomes, both quickly and cost-effectively. While our regional presence, ensure we understand local issues and have the local connections to get the job done in an efficient and practical manner.

We are an approved Consultant Hygienist under an NSW land and Corporation panel of providers for assessment, remediation or replacement of public housing in NSW and also are members of the Schools Infrastructure NSW Panels for Occupational Hygiene and Environmental Services.


Potential Clandestine Laboratory Site Assessment

EnviroScience Solutions were engaged to conduct an onsite assessment, and prepare a scope of works, following a potential clandestine drug laboratory at a residential property.

The purpose was to determine the presence of methamphetamine and provide guidance to contractors for remediation due to concerns regarding the potential manufacture and use of methamphetamine at the property.

The preliminary assessment and action were conducted by using an ‘on the spot’ indicative screening method, prior to advancing to the next phase of works, to assess and remediate the site to determine the presence of methamphetamine on non-porous surfaces within the property.  

Samples were obtained and indicated some of the surfaces contained ‘methamphetamine residue’ when compared to a control sample, which provided enough evidence to undertake an intensive swab sampling regime.

The intensive swab sampling regime was then conducted by employing a process developed by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) which uses a semi-quantitative immunoassay wipe kit to identify methamphetamine residue on surfaces at, or above, relevant state clean-up levels. Samples were obtained from areas adjacent the indicative tests, throughout the ground floor and ceiling cavity.

The laboratory analysis recorded no samples with a concentration of methamphetamine residue above the clean-up guideline level of 0.5µg/100cm2. Based on the laboratory findings EnviroScience determined the property would not require any remediation in relation to methamphetamine residues prior to reoccupation.


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