Please see below of recent newsletters released on the progress of the Belmont Demolition and Clean-up.
ON-SITE NEWS – July 2019 Update
CSIRO has engaged the services of Enviropaciﬁc Services (EPS), a specialist infrastructure services company providing environmental remediation capabilities, to carry out the vapour extraction works at our Belmont site. EPS are currently establishing their work areas on site to commence the excavation and aeration of soil to remove chlorinated hydrocarbons (dry cleaning ﬂuid) identiﬁed in the soil in a speciﬁc area on the eastern end of site (nearer to the Princes Highway).
ON-SITE NEWS – May 2019 Update
The remediation of soil on the former CSIRO Textile and Fibre Technology Laboratory, 1 Henry Street Belmont, is continuing ahead of settlement of the sale to development company Up Property. As we detailed in previous newsletters, Up Property intends to develop the site for residential use. Prior to settlement of the sale, CSIRO is undertaking soil remediation work to remove hydrocarbons identified in the soil in a small area of the site.
ON-SITE NEWS – September 2017 Update
Key dates June - September, 2017 – First Phase Remediation project Late 2017 – Main Remediation Project to be undertaken Remediation program The first phase of the remediation project at the former CSIRO research facility at 1 Henry Street Belmont is progressing well and expected to be completed next month[...]
ON-SITE News – June 2017 Update
Key dates June - September, 2017 – First Phase Remediation project Late 2017 – Main Remediation Project to be undertaken Demolition update The clean-up of the former CSIRO research facility at 1 Henry Street Belmont is on track and expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2018[...]
ON-SITE News – December Update
Community update Demolition work at the CSIRO Belmont site is progressing well and is on track for the planned March 2017 completion. The former CSIRO Textile and Fibre Technology Laboratory has been sold to development company Up Property, who intend to develop the site for residential use. Demolition of the 6.2 hectare property started in July[...]