These give our customers a hassle-free experience with both the quality and deliverability of our products.
SPEL Basin SQIDEP
SQIDEP is an industry-formulated, independent evaluation process for verifying performance of technologies for improving stormwater quality.
It provides a uniform set of criteria to which stormwater treatment measures can be field-tested and reported. These criteria should guide and inform field monitoring programs seeking to demonstrate pollutant removals for stormwater treatment measures included in pollutant export modelling software. Future revisions of the protocol are anticipated to also include laboratory testing.
SQIDEP should be recognised to be a living document.
Two pathways are available for evaluation under the SQIDEP process. The first is the “Body of Evidence” pathway for those Submitters that commenced Australian field testing prior to the release of Version 1.3, 3rd January 2019.
The second pathway is the “Local Field Test”. This pathway requires the submission of a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) for approval prior to commencing field testing, and then a Detailed Performance Report (DPR) upon completion of testing.
For more information on SQIDEP visit Stormwater Australia.
Our membership with the GBCA represents our commitment to sustainability both in the built environment and beyond.
Launched by Green Building Council Australia in 2003, the Green Star rating system aims to promote better environmental outcomes in the design and construction of our built environment.
Green Star uses a holistic system for assessing the sustainability buildings, fitouts, and community-wide developments. The Green Star certification is an incentive for development and infrastructure agencies to incorporate the rating system’s built environment goals:
- Reduce the impact of climate change
- Enhance health and quality of life
- Restore and protect ecosystems and biodiversity
- Drive resilience in buildings, fitouts, and community-wide projects
- Contribute to market transformation and a sustainable economy
To date, Green Star has issued over 2,500 certifications. The rating system has influenced the development of a broad range of projects—from office buildings, schools, retail spaces, and residential buildings.
For more information on Green Star, visit Green Building Council Australia.