Decommissioning, removal and remediation of over 100 former and operational petroleum sites in every State and Territory throughout Australia. This enabled clients to deliver the broader re-development programs for these sites. The majority projects were in the high-risk chemical, energy and petroleum sectors and were undertaken within urban environments ranging from the CBDs of capital cities, major regional cities and small country towns in close proximity to roads, services, watercourses, sensitive neighbours and operating businesses.
Environmentally sustainable removal of both Aboveground Storage Tanks (AST) and Underground Storage Tanks (UST) was achieved with and completed remediation of former Caltex service stations/depots at Cobar, Cootamundra, Deniliquin, Kapooka, Lane Cove, Milperra, Quirindi, Taree, Port Macquarie, Georgetown (NSW) and Lyneham, Queanbeyan (ACT).
Additional sites for UST removal, demolition and completed remediation were former Mobil depots at Coleambally, Gundagai, Hay, Narrandera, Merimbula (NSW), Tatura (VIC), Dalby (QLD), and a hexavalent chromium contaminated industrial fuel installation at Camellia in NSW.
As part of a nationwide Shell demolition and remediation program. Synergy has undertaken earthworks, infrastructure demolition, remediation, UST removal, dewatering and water treatment of former Shell depots at Ballarat, Charlton, Kerang, Shepparton (VIC), Armidale, Bomaderry, Broken Hill, Cooma, Coonabarabran, Inverell, Taree(NSW), Charleville, Maryborough and Rockhampton (QLD), Waikerie, Loxton, Cleve (SA) and Darwin (NT). Synergy undertook dewatering, bulk excavation and remediation works on the former Shell Terminal site in Darwin which required excavation and landfarming of 30,000m3 of soil material and treating contaminated groundwater to enable reuse on site under strict guidelines.