Thuroona Services

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Hazardous & Emergency Event Services

Thuroona Services is an Aboriginal Owned Western Australia based company that is listed on both the Western Australia Aboriginal Business Directory and Supply Nation. Thuroona are a Hazardous Materials and Waste Management business holding Unrestricted (Class A) Asbestos Removal and Class 1 Demolition licences. 

Thuroona own a fleet of specialised rapid response spill response vehicles equipped with a large quantity of hazardous containment and remediation equipment which is supported by specialist staff that can assist with client needs throughout Western Australia. 

Thuroona can assist with all hazardous materials, clandestine laboratory testing & remediation, chemical spill clean-up and collection, contaminated soils, asbestos, radioactive, environmental site investigations, collection of samples for identification, controlled waste and dangerous goods collection, transport, storage and disposal. 

Thuroona can rapidly deploy remediation and clean-up teams for structure fires involving friable asbestos, bushfires, truck rollovers and vehicle accidents, chemical spills and many other emergency situations. 

Thuroona are externally audited to the following standards

ISO 9001:2016 Quality Management System

ISO 14001:2016 Environment Management System

AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational Health & Safety Management System (Australian standard)

ISO OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management System (International standard)

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  • Emergency Waste Management
  • Hazardous Waste Management

View contact details

Samuel Jackson , Director - Projects
6/34 Barberry Way, Bibra Lake WA 6163
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