Services

EnviroCom has extensive project experience and a diversity of staff capabilities and expertise.  Each of EnviroCom’s clients has access to our range of specialised services in Environmental Education, Training and Research.

EnviroCom can provide integrated services – linking research, planning, development, delivery and evaluation – as well as discrete or ‘one off’ projects.

Training

EnviroCom employs qualified workplace trainers and assessors who are experienced in the development and delivery of a variety of environmental training programs. EnviroCom trainers are skilled in tailoring all training to meet the specific needs of our clients.

Training services provided by EnviroCom include:

  • Skills development training
  • Workplace procedural and induction training
  • Behavioural change training
  • Sustainability training (water, energy and waste)
  • Environmental knowledge training
  • Waste auditing training
  • Waste management training

CASE STUDY

Ascott Gardens Retirement Village

As part of its Business Waste Reduction Program, NetWaste engaged EnviroCom to collaborate with the 28-Council wide network of Councils in order to devise a comprehensive program that engaged residents and staff at Ascott Gardens, an assisted living facility for the elderly, to achieve lasting sustainable outcomes.  EnviroCom, in partnership with NetWaste’s Environmental Learning Advisor, offered facilitation and educational assistance to Ascott Gardens in order to establish a successful recycling program and achieve waste reduction goals. The program consisted of several components, beginning with survey distributed to staff and residents, designed to gauge the level of understanding and awareness around waste and recycling issues, as well as to obtain insight into the barriers for correct recycling behaviours.

A visual inspection was conducted to take examine current practices.  Several meetings were conducted to provide stakeholders with outcomes of the initial project phases.  Cleaning staff were consulted directly for their feedback, as their participation and ownership of the program was considered imperative to its success. Information seminars were delivered to staff members and residents in separate sessions to provide guidance on specific waste and recycling issues; these were complemented by educational resources including a 12-page booklet targeting staff, newsletter inserts for residents, and a range of pictorial signage for display throughout the facility. The program was successful in achieving a number of positive outcomes, including a reduced frequency of waste collection. The newfound awareness of staff and residents has been credited with inspiring a wider range of other environmentally conscious behaviours within as well as external to the facility.