Emu Lake in Western Australia. had become a poorly oxygenated body of water due to nutrient overload and introduction of non-native fish species. As a result, the local government responsible for the area needed to coordinate a remediation program designed to breathe new life into the depleted waters.
With the demand for minerals increasing, mining operations need to scale quickly to cope with the increased demand for these commodities. This increase in production requires additional personnel to manage the mining and production, all of whom need to be accommodated on site.