BMT was commissioned by government department and contractor to review the risk and operability of their process designs in water treatment works and sewage treatment works in Hong Kong. The objectives were to reduce the risk level and enhance the reliability of the treatment works.
BMT conducted dispersion modelling of gases, including nitrogen, oxygen, ozone and chlorine. HAZOP and risk assessment were also carried out to analyse the hazards impact of engineering design of vents.
BMT had also carried out reliability, availability and maintenance study (RAMS) to review and optimize the operability of the design.
BMT identified potential hazards and provided recommendations for optimising the engineering design for future operation through:
Following on from our role in assisting Stockland to carry out environmental assessments and obtain federal approval for the project, BMT has been responsible for the planning and design of the stormwater quality and flood risk management strategy for the Aura site as well as on-going surface and groundwater monitoring.
The Queensland Government Department of Environment and Natural Resources contracted Buckley Vann Town Planning Consultants and BMT in 2010 to assist the Department with the development of a proposed planning and assessment code and associated guidelines to support the State Planning Policy for Coastal Management currently in development.
The Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd (PBPL) has developed an environmental monitoring program which aims to provide an understanding of the condition, values and stressors operating at and adjacent to the port area.
BMT was commissioned by the Conservation and Environment Protection Authority (CEPA) and Ramu NiCo to conduct an independent environmental audit of operations at the Ramu Nickel Mine in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea.