We are a leading provider of reliable and cost-effective petroleum monitoring services. 

Underground Petroleum Storage Systems (UPSS) are one of the most common sources of soil and groundwater contamination. Our specialist teams work closely with petroleum companies [throughout Australia] to monitor their sites for possible groundwater contamination and provide the data needed to meet their compliance obligations. 

Each year we undertake groundwater level measurements, sampling, analysis and reporting of more than 7,500 groundwater monitoring bores at 600-plus monitoring facilities across Australia. 

Monitoring bores are tested for groundwater level depth and presence of Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid (LNAPL), with a water sample collected, stowed and preserved. Our field technicians transfer the sample to a NATA-accredited analytical laboratory for analysis.

Our highly-qualified team combines the expertise of engineers, environmental scientists, hydrogeologists and remediation specialists to deliver tailored solutions to clients. 

All team members are accredited with petroleum-specific inductions inclusive of the National Petroleum Contractors Recognition Scheme administered by Australasian Convenience and Petroleum Marketers Association (ACAPMA) and Workplace Clearance Group (WPCG).

Our technology-enabled solutions in field planning, data capture and reporting enhance operational efficiencies, reduce costs and minimise exposure to health and safety risks. 

We have developed a range of web-based and smartphone applications that enable our teams to efficiently plan monitoring programs based on location data and client-specific scheduling requirements. It also means our experts in the field can quickly and easily review historical information and directly record new data via their smartphones.

In addition, our smarter sampling technologies support more remote monitoring from any location and our route optimisation software provides more efficient scheduling, resulting in significant savings for our clients.