Community

Envirofluid regularly engages with a number of external organisations which make important contributions in our community and wider society.

Through supporting charitable organisations that provide crucial assistance to people in need, as well as investing in research and innovation, we strive to be the change we want to see in the world.

Find out more about the charities we support here.

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Dec

Safe Work Australia’s Chemical Storage Guide

On November 28, 2018, Safe Work Australia published their chemical storage guide aimed at helping small- to medium-sized enterprises to safely store chemicals in the workplace. The guide provides valuable information for businesses who might not have the necessary expertise in managing risks associated with chemical storage. Hazardous Chemicals 101 Understanding the basics of chemical [...] READ MORE


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Dec

Farmer hand-feeding sheep

Australians Pulling Together to Survive Severe Drought

Australia is no stranger to high temperatures and dry heat. In fact, 70 percent of the Australian mainland is classed as arid or semi-arid, receiving less than 70mm of rain each year. The past few years, however, have been some of the driest in the history of the country. Not the worst… yet An article [...] READ MORE


7

Nov

Eco-Friendly Chemicals Solve Sewage Systems Issues Aboard LHDs

On October 2017, the Royal Australian Navy issued a Technical Directive to replace traditional cleaning chemicals used on board the LHDs HMAS Canberra and HMAS Adelaide with Envirofluid’s range of environmentally-friendly products.

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17

Sep

Understanding GHS Compliance

The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) aims to make chemical hazards become more easily identifiable.

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30

Jul

RAEME Spanner Club 27th July 2018

Envirofluid and Blackwoods supporting the RAEME Spanner Club

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7

Dec

Envirofluid at the 2017 AIOH Conference in Canberra

Envirofluid is at the 2017 AIOH Conference and Exhibition – Connect2Prevent in Canberra

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