by Luis Rodriguez
Cleanaway Group Engineering Manager
As the end of 2019 approaches, upon reflection of what was (and is) a very busy year, there are so many incredible success stories that could have only been accomplished by our very own high performing team. I am very proud of what we have accomplished and below are just a few of our key wins.
Alla Abou Anton, Oscar Sendin Henderson, Kristy Barnes and Nicholas Gifford have all delivered numerous highly engineered landfill cells, Louis Sparks delivered a bespoke Tailings Storage Facility and both Thomas Gallasch and Paul Antony have successfully increased the capacity of their landfills through amazing design and community engagement, amongst many other key projects.
It was great to be recognised by Cleanaway’s EGM Solid Waste Services Mark Crawford who congratulated Alaa and the Operations and Engineering team for their remarkable results in the past year.
Of course, this could not have been done without the help of our strategic partners including consultants, contractors as well as our internal stakeholders including Procurement, Operations and Environment.
Really great work everyone! Thank you.
New bespoke Tailings Facility – Dardanup, WA
Delivery of our first tailings
The robust design for the optimisation of our landfill has seen both DES (EPA) and SARA (State) approval – New Chum, QLD
Completion of our highly engineered landfill cell 3A – New Chum, QLD
Completion of one of our highly engineered landfill cell 4b2 – Melbourne Regional Landfill, VIC
Learn more about the role of landfills in waste management in this article.
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