Australia fulfilled a vital role for the Allies in World War II, and many parts of the nation served as staging and training locations for Commonwealth and US Forces.
This left a dangerous legacy of unexploded ordnance (UXO) however, which is still littered across much of the country.
To assist Australian authorities in managing this threat, SafeLane Global has been actively engaged in clearance operations to remove the explosive remnants of war.
As international attention turns to the explosive threats of the present age, SafeLane Global knows that threats of the past can have equal relevance to our clients.
Exploded ordnance waste clearance in Australia
The Australian Department of Defence employed SafeLane Global to clear land of ordnance.Read more
Unexploded ordnance clearance in Australia
SafeLane Global cleared unexploded ordnance (UXO) from a former Special Forces' Range in Australia for a military client; 33 hectares of land in Canberra were remediated.Read more
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Sewage infrastructure company
“[SafeLane Global] was able to schedule and deploy multiple resources in accordance with our demanding construction programme. The level of accuracy and reliability of the survey data is truly impressive with only one intrusive investigation which turned out to be a live UXB”
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