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Environmental Consultants

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 06/01/2019 7:06:55 AM


Efforts geared towards reducing environmental pollution are now receiving government funding, even as private organizations invest in research and development with a view to controlling the impact of pollution on the environment.

Environmental pollution is a serious threat to the world at large with developed economies suffering more. Environmental protection is a no-brainer in order to control and curb this grave problem.

A professional to consult for any environmental issue is an environmental consultant. The reason is that they do not just possess the requisite knowledge of environmental policies and regulations but they can advise you on how to avoid possible legal action, fines, and misguided activities.

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Topics: Large Industry, Mining, Organic Farmer, Government / Local Council, Property Development, Environmental Consultancies, Home Owner

Transpiration Process of Plants

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 01/12/2018 11:22:55 PM

Wondering what transpiration is all about? Then this blog post has got you covered. This article will take a look at the concept of Transpiration, as well as the factors affecting Transpiration. Sit back and relax while we get started.

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Topics: Natural Processes, Large Industry, Mining, Noninvasive and Invasive Techniques, Organic Farmer, Government / Local Council, Property Development, Environmental Consultancies, Home Owner, Innovation

Impact of Environmental Pollution

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 20/11/2018 8:29:26 AM

In this age industrialization and development, environmental pollution is a serious threat to the world at large with developed economies suffering more. Environmental protection is a no-brainer in order to control and curb this grave problem. Countries around the world are working towards developing technologies and enacting environmental protection laws with a view to controlling the impact of pollution on the environment.

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Topics: Large Industry, Mining, Organic Farmer, Government / Local Council, Property Development, Home Owner

Effects of Soil Pollution

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 20/11/2018 8:28:55 AM


Soil pollution is the undesirable change in the biological, chemical or physical properties of the soil, which is harmful to plants, animals, and the environment at large. But what are the causes, effect, and measure put in place to control soil pollution? These and many more would be treated in this article. So, sit back and relax while we walk you through the subject of soil pollution.

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Topics: Large Industry, Mining, Organic Farmer, Government / Local Council, Property Development, Home Owner

Environmental Science and Technology

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 20/11/2018 8:28:24 AM


Environment is an important subject because our existence depends on it. It is where we eat, live, breathe, as well as raise our children. Our life support heavily relies on the well-being of organism on planet earth, hence the reason why a lot has been written about the conservation and protection of the environment.

What's more? There are even high-valued education programs specifically tailored towards employment through the study of the environment. A clear example is environmental science.

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Topics: Noninvasive and Invasive Techniques, Innovation

How Phytovolitisation Can Help Nature

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 20/11/2018 8:27:27 AM

The essence of studying Phytovolitisation cannot be overemphasized in view of the fact that plants can interact with the surrounding soil, air, and water, thereby extracting and releasing contaminants to the atmosphere throughout their life cycle.

The system of plant membranes evolved in order to manage nutrient and water uptake and transport. It also allows contaminants to traverse through the plant. The process of some xenobiotics entering a plant’s tissues could be risky to consumers of such a plant. However, humans have profited from this process in the form of herbicides and pesticides with a view to improving crop yields.

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Topics: Natural Processes, Organic Farmer, Environmental Consultancies

Phytodegradation of Organic Compound

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 20/11/2018 8:26:48 AM

Organic contaminants such as hydrocarbons are common environmental pollutants. A natural process involving the use of plant can be used to break down these contaminants. Some examples of the natural process that can break down these contaminants are phytodegradation, Phytovolitisation, and rhizodegration.

The Phytodegradation of organic contaminants can occur within a plant’s rhizosphere or inside the plant. This method can be used to remove several classes of contaminants from the environment, such as solvents in groundwater, volatile compounds in the air, aromatic compounds in the soil, and petroleum compounds in the soil.

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Topics: Natural Processes, Large Industry, Mining, Organic Farmer, Environmental Consultancies

How Phytoextraction Can Protect the Environment

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 20/11/2018 8:26:07 AM

Industrial activities have greatly contaminated the soil with heavy metals like mercury, copper, cadmium, lead, chromium, nickel, zinc, and arsenic, among other metals. These heavy metals are non-degradable and hazardous to the human existence.

Several physicochemical methods have been identified to remove heavy metals from the soil. But, no method is completely safe. However, since the introduction of phytoextraction, it has emerged as one of the best methods used to remove heavy metals from the soil, while purifying the soil of its contaminants.

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Topics: Natural Processes, Mining

How Phytoremediation can Help Nature

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 20/11/2018 8:25:34 AM

Around the globe, there are contaminations inland areas, water surface, and underground water caused by pollutants from industrial, agricultural, and military activities due to lack of vision, ignorance or carelessness. The buildup of toxic substances not only impact negatively on the ecosystem, but it also affects natural resources.

Remediation of contaminated sites by deploying traditional practices like ‘dig-and-dump’ and ‘pump-and-treat’ are not only expensive but limited in scope. Also, these traditional practices are only applicable in small areas and can make the soil infertile and unsuitable for agricultural purposes. Hence, the need to develop and deploy alternative environmentally-friendly technologies which would take into account the end use of sites after remediation.

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Topics: Natural Processes, Noninvasive and Invasive Techniques

Organic Farming Could be Helpful for Nature

Posted by Transpiro Pty Ltd on 20/11/2018 8:23:56 AM

Organic farming involves the rearing of animals and cultivation of plants in natural ways. It's a technique deployed by some farmers with to keep the environment habitable for us. Organic farming also involves the use of biological materials to maintain ecological balance and soil fertility.

Ultimately, organic farming minimizes pollution and waste. Simply put, organic farming is a farming technique that does not involve the use of pesticides and fertilizers to nurture crops. In addition, genetically modified organisms are not permitted.

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Topics: Natural Processes, Organic Farmer, Environmental Consultancies