The award-winning rehabilitation of Benambra TSF project has been ongoing since the site's closure in 1996. In 2006, ATC Williams worked with the Victorian Government on a comprehensive whole of Mine Site Rehabilitation Plan and a follow-up audit in 2020.
We have extensive experience in all facets of facility closure, from approval support and preparation of closure plans to detailed closure design, construction support services and post-closure monitoring. Specialised services include Tailings Dam Closure Designs, Capping of Soft Tailings Deposits, Landfill Closure Designs and Waste Dump Closure Designs.
Congratulations to the ATC Williams Queensland team on delivering an award-winning waste management project for Toowoomba Regional Council. The Kleinton Waste Management Facility project has won two awards from the Queensland Branch of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEAQ).
ATC Williams has enjoyed an enduring relationship with Sunshine Coast Council since 1998. In that time the Nambour Landfill Development has become a model for success for the future of waste management.
Gideon Steyl, Principal Engineer, Brisbane office, shares his diverse academic background and technical skills, the importance of chemistry in water and waste design, compares standards in South Africa and why long-term thinking is essential for social responsibility and sustainability.
ATC Williams is proud to sponsor the AusIMM Mine Waste Tailings Conference 2021. In addition to providing sponsorship, ATC Williams staff are involved at all levels including the organising committee, panel sessions and presenting papers. Find out how to find us so you can say hello.
The ATC Williams Hunter Valley office opened in Singleton in February 2020, a month before the COVID-19 pandemic forced borders to close across Australia. John Milsom, Office Manager, runs us through the challenges of lockdown and how the company adapted.
Covid-19 has demonstrated without any doubt that government has the power to re-create our economic landscape, for better or worse. In that light, Rowan Cossins, Principal in our Brisbane office, explains four practical actions that government could adopt from a waste management perspective to benefit Australia’s circular economy.
Bushfires across the Australian landscape have once again ripped at our hearts and engendering enormous compassion for those who have lost property, livestock, livelihoods, and in some cases, family members. Can we accept that these devastating events are becoming the “New Norm” in our environment and our way of life?