Category: Environmental site assessment

Stormwater Management Strategies

26 November 2014

Any water that is a product of condensation such as rainwater or melted snow eventually absorbs into the ground, this process produces what we call stormwater. Naturally, the ground will absorb the water runoffs and in one form or another […]

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Difference Between an Environmental Engineer and Civil Engineer

25 November 2014

There is often a confusion between an environmental engineer and civil engineer. While both are involved in dealing with planning, designing, construction and maintenance, each one has distinct areas of specialties. Below is a comparison that differentiates the two. Environmental […]

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An Insight into what our Ecologists Look for

24 October 2014

Our ecologists here at Envirotech look for all evidence of fauna when out on site. ‘Evidence’ does not just include the animals we physically see or hear (bird and frog calls etc), but also traces of animals including scratch/gnaw marks, […]

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Are you scared of venomous snakes?

24 October 2014

Are you scared of venomous snakes? If you get close enough to identify the shape of their belly scales (as they strike), your fears may be rest assured!   All venomous snakes from the family Elapidae or Elapids have elongated […]

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