March 25, 2021 - 12:00 am
March 25, 2021 - 12:00 am
QLD BRANCH TECHNICAL EVENT
Site Visit to Port of Brisbane
Thursday, 25 March, 2021
The Queensland Branch of CASANZ invite members and guests to a technical event at the Port of Brisbane on 25 March. The event will comprise a tour of the port site and facilities and be followed by a technical presentation from Craig Wilson, Environment Manager, Port of Brisbane.
The Port of Brisbane is a cornerstone of the Queensland economy; it is one of Australia’s fastest growing container ports and that state’s largest multi-cargo port. The Port of Brisbane handles a number of bulk cargoes including coal, cement products and agricultural products. As the major logistics hub in South East Queensland, the Port of Brisbane is subject to high volumes of commercial shipping, rail and truck traffic. There are also significant construction activities being undertaken at the Port of Brisbane including the development of a 240 hectare reclamation area. Environmental management is a key focus at the Port of Brisbane. The above activities all have the potential to impact on local and regional air quality through various emissions. Port of Brisbane Pty Ltd has undertaken various air quality monitoring and modelling studies to better classify and understand the impacts of all port activities on local and regional air quality.
The event will comprise a technical presentation from Craig, Environment Manager, Port of Brisbane followed by a site tour of the port site and facilities including the port’s air quality monitoring network and key port facilities including emission sources.
During the technical presentation, Craig will cover a range of topics in the management of the port and its environment including:
- Activities at the port;
- Air quality management at the port; and
- Future plans for the port
Please join us at our first in-person technical event for 2021, incorporating the site tour and technical presentation at the Port of Brisbane.
Special guest presenter:
Craig Wilson (Environment Manager, Port of Brisbane)
Craig is the Environment Manager at the Port of Brisbane and has the role of overseeing the management of all environmental aspects at the Port. Craig has a strong background in environmental management of ports spending the last 25 years in the Australian Port industry. Craig has a solid understanding of air quality impacts of Port activities having worked for 10 years in the major bulk iron ore port of Port Hedland.
|DATE:||Thursday 25 March, 2021|
|TIME:||12.15 pm – 2.00 pm AEST|
|Port of Brisbane, Port Office, 3 Port Central Ave. Please park in the visitor parking at the front and then gather out the front so that port management can escort attendees upstairs. Attendees will need to sign in, including completing the Covid declaration (on their smart phone).|
Non Member: $50
|RSVP:||Monday, 22 March, 2021|
QLD Branch President