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taylor Environmental 1Taylor Environmental is an environmental engineering consultancy based in South East Queensland, specialising in water and wastewater engineering, including:  

  • Water and Waste Water Treatment Services
  • Industrial Water/ Trade Waste
  • Water Efficiency Management
  • Compliance and Sustainability Auditing   

Taylor Environmental brings together a core team of highly experienced engineers and scientists with a wealth of experience in the water, wastewater and environmental management fields.

Sustainable water management is high on everybody’s agendas. We work closely with our clients to support and enhance their own water and wastewater capabilities, delivering efficient and effective water and wastewater management outcomes which integrate seamlessly into both their immediate and long term business requirements. Our long term relationships allow us to support our clients through to the successful implementation of our recommendations.  

Taylor Environmental have always had a focus on resource efficiency with a view towards optimizing business operations before water efficiency became a critical outcome in its own right. Since the introduction of water restrictions, aimed at reducing nonresidential water use in SEQ, Taylor Environmental have been significantly involved in water efficiency and reuse projects, including WEMPs, and have seen our clients return combined water savings of over 150 ML/year. In addition, we have helped clients to realise reduced trade waste volumes, enhanced process efficiencies with reduced ongoing maintenance costs, and significant reuse of treated effluent.       

Our clients include Queensland Government facilities (correctional centres, hospitals, and educational facilities), local councils, water service providers, and various private industries including power supply, food processing and general manufacturing.