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Landserv supports the Geelong Community Foundation

Landserv is thrilled to announce the establishment of the ‘Landserv Fund’ with the Geelong Community Foundation. The Geelong Community Foundation exists to make a lasting difference to people in the Geelong region. It is one of the first community foundations established in Australia. Donations to the Foundation, including those from the Landserv fund, are retained...
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Landserv Supports WWF’s Renewable Energy Nation Initiative

Australia has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become a renewable energy export powerhouse as we start to rebuild from COVID-19. Landserv is standing with WWF-Australia and fellow businesses and calling for Australia to become a renewable energy superpower. We support renewable energy and the WWF’s Renewables Nation plan to make Australia a Renewable Energy Exports Powerhouse. This...
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This week Landserv signed a joint letter to all members of Australia’s Federal Parliament calling on the government to adopt the Climate Change bill, which was presented to parliament today (9 Nov 20).   The Bill would legislate a Net Zero emissions target by 2050 and provides a clear bi-partisan approach for addressing climate change...
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COVID Update

To all our valued clients, The rapid evolution of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak continues to be a challenge for everyone. The health and safety of employees, our clients and communities is our highest priority. We remain open, working and dedicated to delivering on our commitments to our clients during this difficult time. Landserv is continuing...
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Landserv’s Geospatial Services

Landserv’s  specialist mapping capabilities are overseen by our Geospatial Manager, Paul Bazalicki. Paul has over 30 years of experience in the three inter-related disciplines of Cartography, Geographic Information System (GIS) and Surveying. These services add value for our clients by mapping the data captured out in the field and producing a visual representation on maps...
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Landserv welcomes Mo Daud

Landserv is pleased to introduce our newest team member, Mo Daud. Mo has recently (April 2020) joined Landserv as Principal Environmental Engineer and Technical Director. Mo has 30 years of technical delivery, project/program management, business development and general management experience across Australia. As a principal contaminated land consultant, Mo has diverse experience in site characterisation...
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Landserv joins part of a global movement ‘Net zero 2030’

We, at Landserv are excited to share that an announcement was made at the UN Climate Change conference COP25 in Madrid that over 500 BCorps are pledging to reduce their net greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2030 – 20 years ahead of the dates set out in the Paris Agreement. Landserv joins a global...
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Defend. Conserve. Protect

As an organisation full of like-minded people, our employees feel very strongly about the protection of the environment and the positive impact we can make when we work together. Landserv’s Geelong team recently attended a screening of ‘Defend. Conserve. Protect’, a Sea Shepherd documentary showcasing the battle between Sea Shepherd vessels and the Japanese whaling...
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Changes to the Environmental Protection Act in Victoria

Following a public enquiry into the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) by the Victorian Government, the Environmental Protection Amendment Acts 2017 and 2018 were implemented. The 2017 amendment established the EPA as an independent statutory authority. The 2018 amendment act is transitioning through 2019 and will come into effect on the 1st July 2020. The changes were...
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Landserv 2019 Corporate Triathlon

What a terrific day we had at the Melbourne Corporate Triathlon on Sunday 3 March! It was quite a hot day but the Landserv crew punched above their weight, fielding 3 crack teams – the Green Smoothies, the Espressos and the Mojitos. Most impressively, we took 3 of the top 4 positions for the Environment...
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