Industrial waste management control can be complex and challenging. We have recently implemented a field management system that allows us to apply a cloud-based technology across all our locations to manage our fleet, equipment, and resources efficiently and in a timely manner. We have invested heavily in our field management system to ensure that we
CSA were engaged to unblocking a large SWD pipe in early June 2019. The Open channel drain had not been maintained for many years causing the 900mm diameter SWD pipe under the road to silt up and become 90% blocked. The drain could not flow to its full capacity causing flooding upstream of this pipe.
In order to create better connectivity for pedestrians and cyclists in High street, the Reservoir level crossing project started in early January. This project is aiming to replace the level crossing with a rail bridge over High street. The project also involves the rebuilding of Reservoir train station. The boom gates at this busy street
The Victorian Government’s Level Crossing Removal project has announced the removal of 50 of Melbourne’s dangerous and congested level crossings by 2022, with at least 20 of these removed by 2018. This will bring improved traffic flow, safer paths and better connections for pedestrians and cyclists in Victoria. The Western Program Alliance (WPA) is currently
With Utility Locating, Hydro Excavation, Surveying and Road Reinstatement’s stretching from Fitzroy North to the Melbourne Cricket Ground, this will certainly be a project to remember. We are coming to an end of one of our larger projects, which began 4th of March, stretching five kilometres away from Fitzroy North and went right down to
Working with liquid waste isn’t always as glamorous as it’s cracked up to be. Some of our new operators discovered the truth of working at a treatment plant in February. Six of our skilled operators and labourers spent four days in February at a treatment plant in the outer suburbs of Victoria. We enjoy our
Working in tough and hot conditions, two of our operators undertook a job working around live furnaces operating above 1000 degrees. Once a year we send two of our operators to Viridian in Dandenong to work on a project down in their glass furnace regeneration basement. The job usually takes about a week to complete
A hydraulic pump burst on a main road in Thomastown, resulting in an emergency response from our team to assist in the clean-up. Yesterday we received a call at 10:46 am regarding a hydraulic oil spill across a main road in Thomastown. Our crew of Stephen Howson, Jim Taleski, Petar Stojkovic, John Yu, Morgan Ngatikaura