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Name

WorleyParsons

Parent Company WorleyParsons Group
Contact Tasman Graham
(Global Lead-Environment and Society)
Level 17, 141 Walker Street, North Sydney, 2060, New South Wales, Australia
Tel: +61 (0)7 3319 3891
Email: tasman.graham@advisian.com
Web:  
UK branch offices

5

International offices

102

Work Area Details
  • Climate change & energy
  • Contaminated site assessment/remediation
  • Impact assessment
  • Environmental risk & due diligence
  • Environmental management & compliance
  • Waste management/circular economy

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