Environmental Drilling QLD
Environmental Drilling & Bore Hole Monitoring
Ingham Drilling provides an extensive range of environmental monitoring bores in Cairns and all across Far North Queensland.
From Port Douglas to Ingham and everywhere in between, we work with all rural, industrial, commercial, and residential clients to deliver a wide range of expert drilling services.
Environmental and exploration bores are different to regular water boring. We can provide a range of monitoring for environmental areas—with specialised feedback you can rely on.
Our qualified crew will investigate the area, monitor how the bore is operating, and make an assessment to ensure it is functioning as it should, and is safe for the environment.
At Ingham Drilling, we have the perfect mix of experience and innovation.
Headed up by Norm Bliesner – who has over 40 years of experience in the drilling industry – our team blends technological expertise with a deep understanding of environmental guidance and current regulations. This means you can be confident your project is environmentally responsible, efficient, and effective. We work across the region, from Port Douglas to Ingham, so we’re always on hand to supply effective environmental drilling.
What is involved in the environmental drilling process?
Our areas of environmental drilling expertise include:
• Borehole area stabilisation
• Waste removal
• Ongoing monitoring
• Ongoing analysis
• Treatment of contaminated water
• Decommissioning work
Bespoke Solutions For Your Project
Above all we understand that each drilling project is unique – there’s no room in this game for a “one size fits all” approach. We take each project individually and develop a tailored solution that meets your needs.
Whatever type of project you’re looking at, from a small borehole to a super-size project, we will work closely with you to develop a solution that is bespoke, meets all health and safety requirements and minimises environmental impact.
Comprehensive Bore Hole Monitoring
With our environmental monitoring service, we always make sure your bore is suitable for the area.
At Ingham Drilling, we work hard to ensure all our regulations and industry standards are met, fully complying with relevant laws and safety standards. Our staff is comprised of highly experienced and professionally trained drillers.
They constantly update their own individual competencies, safe work practices, risk assessments, and management training.
This ensures they are not only in line with all industry and environment regulations, but also with Ingham Drilling’s own very high standards.
For a free consultation and onsite quote, speak with one of our expert team members today.
Our team has a wealth of experience and several have the coveted class 2 drilling license. which means they can work across multiple aquifer systems. Our experience means we apply detailed skills and knowledge to each project, and that you can be confident every aspect of your system will be completed to the highest standard.
Our range of state-of-the-art equipment means we can tackle even the trickiest jobs. We constantly seek out new technology and marry new techniques with tried and tested methods to deliver top quality work each and every time.
Our combination of expertise, excellent equipment and a top-class team is what makes Ingham’s the leader in environmental drilling.
Our Ongoing Commitment To You And The Environment
Environmental drilling is a specialist area, which means our team take utmost care to stay on top of all the latest regulations and innovations. We’re up to date with the latest laws and are proud to deliver absolute compliance with industry standards – and it goes without saying that our health and safety record is second to none.
Is borehole drilling bad for the environment?
Borehole drilling can be done in an environmentally responsible manner. At Ingham’s Drilling, we take care to avoid using casings that could cause harmful chemicals to leach into the soil and seek to work closely with our environment to minimise our impact.
Does Bore water run out?
As a rule of thumb, a properly constructed water borehole should deliver water for at least eight and ten years. Top-quality installation, along with good care and diligent maintenance is key to the longevity of a borehole.
How do you maintain a borehole?
It’s essential to keep any harmful chemicals – solvents, paints. pesticides and the like – well away from your borehole. Keep a regular check on any covers and caps and respond quickly if the integrity of these appears compromised. Take great care when working near a borehole, to ensure no ingress of contaminants.