We are committed to providing expert, authoritative assessments and advice in all areas of environmental management, including occupational hygiene and asbestos, contaminated sites, industrial and waste management and environmental impact assessments (EIA’s).
Our diverse experience across strategic and site specific issues, and our knowledge and understanding of the relevant regulatory regimes, allows us to provide practical, professional advice, applying comprehensive and cost effective solutions.
We partner with our clients and our stakeholders in the energy and resources, government, planning and development, infrastructure, industrial, transportation and maritime sectors to optimise outcomes with sound environmental management practices.
Aurora Environmental provide expertise in environmental management for service stations including a range of risk-based contamination assessments.Read more
We are very pleased to announce our newest team member Simon Harrop who will join us as a Senior Consultant.Read more
As part of the Metronet project, the Public Transport Authority (PTA) is planning the Thornlie Line Extension between Thornlie and Cockburn. The project comprises a 17.5km extension to Cockburn Central station, with two new stations and park and ride facilities at Ranford Road and Nicholson Road in Canning Vale.Read more
Aurora Environmental’s Brad Dermody presented at the ALGA Ecoforum conference in October 2016 delivering an analysis of how can we ensure the greatest environmental and social benefits from brownfield redevelopment in Perth. Aurora Environmental is continuing to observe the implementation of brownfield redevelopment as the State Government seeks to alleviate urban sprawl and increase land use density. Aurora Environmental also continues to provide advice to realise successful redevelopment of brownfield sites.Read more
Aurora Environmental, in partnership with South Coast Natural Resource Management (NRM) Inc. have assessed the current status of climate planning for Local Government Authorities (LGAs) in the South Coast NRM Region.Read more