An impermeable silt curtain required for a large dredging project. Ventia dredged an area to address significant contamination in Kendall Bay, Sydney. An earlier process of gas production had left the site with a legacy of [...]
A Gross Pollutant Trap (GPT) had been installed in a tidal area neighbouring Cooks River in Sydney. To prevent rubbish from leaving the GPT during high tides, a heavy duty debris boom was installed. A Chatoyer [...]
Chatoyer’s silt curtains are well known in the industry. They are high quality, durable, expertly engineered turbidity curtains designed to ride out the toughest conditions. Chatoyer was called upon to replace a competitor’s failed curtain in [...]
Silt Wardens were installed to provide protection of stormwater pits during construction. Silt migration was identified as an environmental risk while widening a motorway. The Silt Warden was placed in the existing stormwater pits within the median strip to prevent silt from escaping into the stormwater system.
To contain debris and sediment associated with the reclamation of Lyttelton Port, a heavy duty turbidity curtain was installed. The area is subject to extreme weather conditions with winds exceeding 40 knots, currents of 8 knots and ocean swells up to 6m.
To complete a task of unblocking a storm water culvert for NSW Government on the shores of Lavender Bay, Sydney Harbour. Chatoyer Environmental was contracted by Polaris Marine to manufacture suitable environmental protection measures in the case of an oil [...]
A major Waste Recycling Facility was having difficulties with odour migrating to surround neighbours and environs. Following a site visit by Chatoyer Environmental, a series of hanging curtains were manufactured to provide odour control. Two panels were designed for the front [...]