Take a Tour of the Envirolab Services Melbourne Laboratory Wednesday 13 March 2019


Envirolab Group is thrilled to be opening the doors of our state-of-the-art Envirolab Services Melbourne laboratory to clients and friends next Wednesday, 13 March 2019 at 3:30pm for a 4:00pm start.   

The site tour is part of an initiative and on-going support of Health, Safety and Environment Group of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) and the Society of Chemical Industry (SCI).


What the Tour Will Involve
The tour follows the Melbourne lab's recent relocation to Croydon South and grand opening in 2018. The 2-hour tour will include:

  • A presentation by Analisa Mathrick
  • A guided laboratory visit
  • The opportunity to network and hear from leading experts in science and particularly, chemistry and environmental contamination testing
  • Refreshments to be provided

During the presentation, Analisa Mathrick (Business Development Manager – Victoria) will be providing some background about who Envirolab is and what we do. This will include a brief history about Envirolab from our founding in 2005 and how we have since expanded to various lab locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Auckland (New Zealand). A supporting network of offices in Adelaide, Brisbane and Darwin also ensure that our clients are provided with a rapid turnaround and quality customer service for the scientific testing of environment contamination.

The range of testing capabilities include soil, water, air and occupational hygiene samples for a range of organics, inorganics, microbiological, and forensic toxicology. More specifically, our broad range of testing areas include:


With Analisa involved in the RACI mentoring programme for young scientists alongside team members, Pamela Adams (Laboratory Manager – Victoria), Alex Stenta (Business Development Manager – South Australia and Jacinta Hurst (Group Operations Manager), the event will offer an ideal opportunity for those aspiring to study or work in science, as well as those generally interested in the inner workings of a commercial laboratory.

Analisa said, “The tour will provide an inside look into where the scientific analysis magic happens.”

“At the same time, attendees will have the opportunity to network and I’m looking forward to offer advice to particularly new entrants in the field or those keen to learn about what happens in a commercial laboratory.”    


Registration Details
Whilst the tour is a free event, registrations are essential by Friday, 8 March 2019 (COB). To book for the lab tour, register now:

Wednesday, 13th March 2019, 3:30pm for 4:00pm start

Envirolab Services Melbourne
25 Research Drive, Croydon South VIC 3136.

Information and Registration:

Friday, 8 March 2019 COB 



Further Information and Resources 

About Envirolab Services
Founded in 2005, in Sydney, Australia, and composed of four owners, Tania Notaras, John Notaras, David Springer and Jacinta Hurst, Envirolab Services is now a leading Australian owned and privately operating environment laboratory in Australia.

With NATA Accreditation across various test methods and systems, Envirolab offers scientific testing of potentially contaminated sites, work health testing, water testing, air quality testing, acid sulfate soils/ acid mine drainage (ASS/AMD) and asbestos analysis.

For emerging contaminants, we specialise in testing for Perfluorinated Alkylated Substances (PFAS), methamphetamine residue left by clandestine labs and other environmental residues and contaminants. Our quarantined approved premises in Sydney and Perth hold a permit to import waters and soils from all countries.


About Envirolab Services Melbourne
Due to continued demand for high quality services and a gap in the market, Envirolab opened a laboratory in Melbourne, in the suburb of Scoresby in 2012. After six (6) years of operations, the opportunity emerged to move to a larger and more modern laboratory premises in Croydon South.

With the move and renovation now complete at the new Melbourne laboratory, Envirolab is proud to be setting the latest standards for modern laboratory facilities.


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