Environmental Impact of COVID

Flinders Street Railway Station, Melbourne, Victoria; considered to be the central point of Melbourne, is usually a vibrant and bustling location full of locals rushing from the station to get to work, or tourists stopping to take selfies in front of the grand façade of the train station. Trams rumble past, cars line up at […]

Jobs Growth STEM COVID-19

EMPLOYMENT, STEM & COVID-19 Steady job growth and low unemployment is generally seen as a good indicator of a strong and healthy economy. If one was to ignore the effects of Covid19 in the recent month or so, Australia has been a strong economy in the past few years, with steady employment growth. While other […]

Industrial Rubbish

Rubbish – Not a waste of time Even though the state and federal governments are currently focussed on Corona virus, we should still not forget about other matters related to our environment. The war on waste still continues as the Victorian State Government had announced a range of changes to the state waste and recycling […]

Environmental Engineering : What Role Does it Play in the Modern Times?

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It is undeniable how a growing commercial and corporate industry can be beneficial to a country – it provides employment to people, it is the main place where all of our daily needs are manufactured or processed before going to places where we can get the product or service we need, and most importantly, it […]

Energy – A Major Frontier

The manufacturing industry in Australia has had the luxury of reliable supply of primary energy whether it is electricity or natural gas. The recent fires across Australia threatened to disrupt electricity distribution networks as well as some of power generation plants. The power generation and supply has already been under enough strain and it is […]