If you accept “clean-fill” onto your property and if a statutory authority believes or suspects that the fill may be contaminated, under provisions within the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997, they have the power to issue a notice to you to take clean-up action. This could involve an investigation of the imported fill material to prove that the material meets the land-use criteria and can remain on the property. Our team is experienced in undertaking these assessments and if required liaising with the NSW EPA and Local Councils. We really are here to help.
Manage the earth, eliminate the risk
The costs associated with unnecessarily removing perfectly good fill material can be expensive. We understand this and have experienced environmental and geotechnical engineers ready to provide immediate onsite advice and recommendations.