Clients

We work in partnership with our clients to embed sustainability within their projects and organisations.

Optus / Singtel
City of Sydney
Yum Brands
ARENA
EPA
Dexus
Tranport for NSW
Insurance Council of Australia
Lendlease
Laing O’Rourke
Ingham’s
Taronga Zoo
Stockland
Kingspan Insulated Panels
Mirvac
Australian Ethical
Schweppes
Re>Pal and Range International
keepcup
InterfaceFLOR
UBIQ – INEX> Boards
Brookfield
Austral Bricks
Downer
CSIRO
Vinidex
Iplex Pipelines
CSR
Landmark
InnoWood
Godfrey Hirst
Fulton Hogan
Eclipx Group
Transurban
CPB Contractors
Probuild
Watpac
Cargill
Bouygues Construction AUS
China Merchants Loscam
James Hardie
Ontera
Supply chain best practice project. Farm to Fork – Sustainability product category assessment using environmental and social life cycle assessment.
Supply chain best practice project. Farm to Fork – Sustainability product category assessment using environmental and social life cycle assessment.
ISCA
onesteel
vicroads
Goodman Group
Bunnings Warehouse
McCain
Walmart Chile
Fundacion Chile
Life cycle assessment and advisory during the revision of Green Star’s PVC credit.
ASP Access Flooring
Woven Image
Green Building Council
Life cycle assessment modelling and advisory.
Edge Environment have delivered the Life Cycle Assessment Masterclass for the Green Building Council of Australia since 2009. The class introduces attendees to the concepts of Life Cycle Assessment, the methodology and Life Cycle Assessment tools that they can use in their professions.
Carvajal
Sydney Light Rail sustainability bid services for the Connecting Sydney consortium
LCA comparison of road design and material selection options
Blue Scope Steel
Greenhouse gas inventory verification
Life cycle assessment of plastic products, including recycling and allocation options for Braskem in São Paulo.
Development of Green Building guidelines and checklists in partnership with Manidis Roberts
The University Of Sydney
Development of marginal abatement cost curves for the construction and cement sector in the state of São Paulo (Apoio ao desenvolvimento de estudos de mitigação para o Estado de São Paulo), in collaboration with the University of São Paulo and CETESBE (Companhia de Tecnologia de Saneamento Ambiental).
Life cycle inventory data collection for the Building Products Life Cycle Inventory database “Thank you to you and your team for the perseverance and professional manner in which you extracted the raw data from our members upstream and downstream businesses creating the individual and Australian Steel reinforcement LCI data sets for both reinforcing bar and reinforcing mesh. It is a relief to have met the Nov 2010 deadline and we all look forward to the launch early 2011.”
Facilitation, recruitment and module deliver in the business partnership program Sustainability Advantage.
Life cycle assessment modelling, tool development and advisory.
Development of life cycle inventory and carbon emission factor data for Sydney Water’s environmental footprint tool.
Edge Environment have been commissioned by CMAA to work with National Standards’ masonry product committee to develop the ISO14024 compliant Product Criteria Report. “Quality results from a dedicated team of professionals” – Max Headroom
Development of a Building Sustainability Strategy for the Northern Territory Government’s Department of Planning and Infrastructure
North West Rail Link
LANDCOM
City of Monash
UNSW
Better Buildings Partnership
Forest & Wood Products Australia
Sustainability strategy development
Charter Hall
Sustainability advisory
IDIEM – Edge Environment are providing expert life cycle assessment input to the EcoBase project in Chile. The Technology Development Corporation together with Fundación Chile IDIEM are leading the development of a sustainability information platform that will enable the Chilean industry to assess the environmental impacts of building products and materials.
Life cycle inventory data collection for the Building Products Life Cycle Inventory database
Edge Environment are developing a Construction and Demolition Waste Brochure to facilitate the development of effective markets for potential wastes. The brochure will be a communications tool to illustrate effective markets for reusing waste from the construction and demolition sector, including concrete, bricks, wood and glass in a variety of infrastructure end uses.
Energy Efficient buildings research and advice, contributing to National policy and regulations. Projects include establishing archetypes for residential housing energy efficiency measures and market research for energy efficient window systems.
Research and Analysis of solutions relating to waste including alternative processing methods, industrial ecology, product stewardship and improved production and consumption leading to better social, environmental and economic outcomes.
Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency
Australand
Life cycle assessment modelling, tool development and advisory. See also TE’s sustainability report: http://www.thinkingergonomix.com/Content/approach/sustainability/TE_SustainabilityReport_Sept2010.pdf
One of the Building Products Innovation Council’s (BPIC’s) goals is to establish a framework for the fair selection of building materials and products. BPIC is leading the building materials and products industry in providing robust Australian Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) data as part of the AusLCI project. Through a program known as the BPIC ICIP project, BPIC is leading a consortia of the Australian Life Cycle Assessment Society and BRANZ in partnership with the Department of Innovation, Science, Research and Industry with the support and participation of BPIC’s major national representative associations. Edge Environment successfully project managed and contributed between 2007 and 2011 to deliver: • A consistent “level playing field” methodology for use in building materials and products Life Cycle Assessments (LCA). • An extensive database of LCI data for building materials and products all compiled in accordance with the methodology. • A database of replacement lives for materials, products and elements of construction used in Australian buildings. • A consistent set of ‘weightings’ for the relative importance of different environmental impacts adapted to the priorities of local stakeholders in different locations and climates.
Edge Environment and Fundación Chile are contributing to the Sustainability Measurement and Reporting System (SMRS) development and the Measurement Science working group.
Delivery of an award-winning (Flood Management Association of Australia) project to produce a set of guidelines for homes being built in flood prone areas. Follow on work included development of a method to rate the resilience of multiple houses and inform decision making about developing resilient communities and address insurance affordability.
Life cycle assessment modelling, tool development and advisory for the NSW RTA in development of their road carbon calculator.
Life cycle assessment modelling and design advisory for the Delta building using BP LCI methodology and data.
Sustainable procurement
Life cycle inventory verification.
Delivery of a project to address adaptation to climate change. Conducted research to underpin the development of Council Development Control Plans to support the growth of Ballina into its aspirational future as a major regional centre.
Research and development of information to be provided to homeowners through the “Harden Up” website, guiding the adaptation of individual homes to be more resilient to increased frequency and intensity of natural hazard events.
Provision of research and advice relating to developing built environments resilient to extreme heat and bushfire.
Conduct of the climate change risk assessment for the Northwest Rapid Transit project; enhancing the TfNSW North West Rail Link reference case study with the detailed design from NRT.
A social value framework to measure the value to multiple stakeholder groups of health services in remote communities.
Australian Food and Grocery Council
The GPT Group
Life cycle inventory modelling. “We were impressed with the processes undertaken by Edge.The team delivered clear and comprehensive recommendations which were quickly implemented and successfully adopted.” – Vi Nyl
Life Cycle Model of the Algae Facility at Tarong Power Station. The Tarong Algal Synthesiser Plant Project, a joint venture between MBD and Stanwell Corporation, is exploring how typical power station waste streams (ash dam water and flue gases) could be utilised to intensively grow locally selected strains of algae and to ascertain whether such biomass could be used in animal feed or to make fuel. An Australian-first trial, the project is currently functioning with micro algal culture on Tarong Power Station flue-gas and ash-dam water. “The success of our project can be attributed to the knowledge and insight of Edge” – M.B.Done
Support Lion Nathan National Foods in assessing its scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions.
BRANZ
NABERS Energy rating of Sanofi Aventis offices.
Life cycle assessment modelling, tool development and advisory.
AccuRate. Green Star and BCA advisory
NorthWest Rail Link sustainability bid services Life Cycle Assessment and beyond Green Star assessment of the Brisbane HQ building
Veolia
Sustainable and strategic procurement services
Australia Post
Carbon footprint of Old Leura Dairy in the Blue Mountains outside Sydney. Edge used hybrid life cycle assessment methodology to develop a full carbon (scope 1, 2 and 3) assessment.
WAGGA
Baulderstone
PB
Edge Environment and Fundación Chile are developing a life cycle assessment based environmental hotspot analysis and strategy for the Chilean poultry and pork industry.
Life cycle assessment of acoustic panel archetypes
Life cycle assessment research and modelling for magazine articles on bio fuels and bottled water.
M1M2 tunnel connection sustainability bid support services Energy Efficiency Opportunity services
Green products sustainability marketing strategy
Supply chain and Australian Packaging Covenant advisory
Organisational carbon footprint assessment and NABERS Energy rating of the NSW TF’s offices
Worley Parsons
hyder
Sustainability Considerations in Structural Design for the Association of Consulting Structural Engineers of NSW. “The report is a great effort in “myth busting”, and will be very useful in the structural design industry” Rod Johnston, ACSE