Events

Nelson Marlborough Branch Event | Introduction to EIANZ and ALGA

Join EIANZ and ALGA as they introduce themselves to the Nelson Marlborough region. Join guest speakers from Z Energy, Marlborough District Council and EIANZ.

Meet our presenters

  • Neil Moon - Z Energy
  • Martin Robertson - Z Energy
  • Stephen Rooney - Marlborough District Council
  • Di Buchan – FEIANZ

Advances in Oil Industry Site Design

Neil Moon is Z’s Retail Engineering Manager. He has worked in the petroleum industry for 30 years including a stint in Shell’s Global Engineering Centre of Excellence.

Neil will provide an entertaining and interactive introduction to the pieces of kit that are employed in a modern service station to protect the environment. Particularly enlightening are a number of videos of typical tank installations.

He will also cover Z’s new initiative to install Vapour Recovery stage 2 (VR2) at retanks and new sites.

PFAS in Marlborough – A Collaborative Approach to Investigations

PFAS has recently been identified in ground waters in the Marlborough area down gradient of Woodbourne base. Stephen Rooney is Operations and Maintenance Engineer at Marlborough District Council. Stephen will discuss the ongoing investigation including a collaborative approach with key stakeholders.

A wider team will be available for the Q & A session.

The EIANZ Certified Environmental Practitioner Scheme (CEnvP)

The Certified Environmental Practitioner Scheme is now in its eleventh year and is an initiative of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand. The scheme was originally for general environmental capability but now has several specialisations. Di Buchan is a CEnvP Impact Assessment Specialist and is the Vice President (NZ) of EIANZ. Di will provide an overview of CEnvP and its purpose, and its relationship to EIANZ.

Martin Robertson will outline the history of the scheme from a client and a practitioner’s viewpoint. Martin is a CEnvP Contaminated Land Practitioner. He will outline what benefits he saw in the system and how major consultancies have adopted it as best practice with respect to the NES requirements for suitably qualified and experienced practitioners.

If you have any questions, please submit them to https://sli.do (https://www.sli.do/) using event code #A468

This will be a very informative session and we hope to see many of you there. As always there will be drinks, nibbles and great networking.

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Event details

When: 19 Sep 2018
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Where: Council Chambers
110 Trafalgar Street, Nelson, NZ

Cost: $25 and EIANZ Student members - $10

Contact: For event and registration enquiries please contact Tarsha Ellem via Wellington@landandgroundwater.com

Register now and secure your attendance


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