Our Team

An experienced & knowledgeable team. We are distinguished by the calibre of our team and the depth of our experience. We take great pride in providing innovative environmental solutions.

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Marc Salmon

Marc is a principal environmental scientist at Easterly Point Environmental, specialising in the assessment and management of contaminated land, environmental monitoring, impact assessment and environmental management.

He is a NSW EPA accredited site auditor (2001) and a Queensland DES approved contaminated land auditor (2014), and has been accepted as a federal assessor under the airport regulations (2007). Marc has audited over 100 sites, with landuses including defence sites, hospitals, service stations, fuel depots, paper mills, landfills, research facilities, drum recycling, dry cleaners, railway lands, road corridors, asphalt plants, manufacturing facilities, utilities depots, banana lands, cattle tick dip sites, cropping lands, broad-acre agricultural sites, and former sand mining sites and plants.

Marc commenced his professional career in plantation forestry, becoming involved in the environmental management of timber treatment plants, and subsequently contaminated land, including Martin Street, Armidale. He worked on secondment to the NSW EPA contaminated land group (two six-month secondments in 1992 and 1995), and subsequently in Australia, the USA and SE Asia in the assessment and management of contaminated land.

He has performed the role of project director, project manager and/or senior contaminated sites specialist for the assessment, remediation and management of residential, sensitive landuse, recreational, commercial and industrial sites, from small scale single-lot sites, to major development projects, including former gas-works, industrial facilities, service stations and tunnelling projects.

Marc has also worked extensively in environmental monitoring, including the assessment of soils, sediments, surfacewater, groundwater and air quality. His professional interests include amongst others, experiment design through the use of the data quality objectives (DQOs) planning process, for which he lectures at the UTS CSARM short course, the use of statistics in environmental assessment, and the assessment and management of enhanced natural occurring radioactive materials.

Marc completed his certificate for Lead Auditor - Integrated Management Systems in 2014, and has taught certificate level courses in environmental management systems (EMSs). He has developed EMSs and environmental management plans (EMPs) for site developments and remediation projects.

Hailey Spry

Senior Environmental Scientist
MEIANZ, CEnvP

Hailey is a Senior Environmental Scientist, specialising in the review and assessment of contaminated land investigations, including preliminary and detailed site assessments, remediation, validation investigations and human health risk assessments.

Hailey has worked in the contaminated land industry for almost 10 years, starting her career in Melbourne as a graduate. Since then, Hailey has worked on a range of projects associated with the assessment and remediation of contaminated sites, environmental management and environmental auditing, providing her with extensive experience in third party reviews of contaminated land assessments (NSW and QLD), and management of environmental investigations. Hailey has been involved in the assessment and review of sites with landuses such as residential, rail land, service stations, papermill sites, dry cleaners, gasworks, council depots, sewage treatment plants, solid waste transfer stations, cattle tick dip sites and industrial facilities.

Hailey has worked as a field scientist, project manager and auditor assistant. Hailey’s primary role at Easterly Point Environmental is providing high-level audit support, having been working as an audit assistant since 2006. This, combined with her previous consulting experience, has provided her with an understanding of the regulatory and technical requirements for environmental site assessments, remediation and management, and site audits in both NSW and Queensland.

Hailey’s professional interests include the investigation and remediation of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), toxicology and human health risk assessments, with her on-going professional development focused in these areas. Hailey has completed a number of high-level risk assessment training courses and workshops, and has been accepted by the NSW EPA as part of Marc Salmon’s technical specialist team for human health risk assessments. Hailey is a member of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (MEIANZ), Australasian College of Toxicology and Risk Assessment (ACTRA) and a certified environmental practitioner (CEnvP).

Mitch McGrath

Environmental Scientist

Mitch is an environmental scientist with over eight years’ experience in environmental management, working in a range of roles in the public and private sectors of NSW and WA, gaining strong experience in project management, regulator reporting and environmental auditing. He is also a full member of Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ), and conducts his work in accordance with their code of ethics.

Mitch’s primary role at Easterly Point Environmental is as a project manager and field scientist for environmental investigations, whilst also providing audit support for NSW and Qld contaminated land audits. This blend of roles has provided him with an understanding of the regulatory and technical requirements for environmental site assessments, remediation and validation and the management of contaminated sites in both NSW and Queensland.

Mitch has been involved in a variety of projects that have provided him with experience in:
- environmental investigation programmes (surface water, groundwater, soil, air quality, radiation and asbestos surveys);
- management of field programmes, field sampling and analysis;
- interpretation of contaminated site investigation results including data management and validation.
- conducting technical reviews of environmental assessment investigations, reports, sampling plans, data, etc.; and
- assisting in the audit of contaminated land assessments (NSW and Qld)

Mandy Champion

Environmental Scientist

Mandy is an environmental scientist with over seven years’ experience in contaminated land management, working on a range of projects associated with the assessment and remediation of contaminated sites, environmental management and environmental auditing.

Mandy has worked as a field scientist, project manager and auditor assistant. Mandy’s primary role at Easterly Point Environmental is providing audit support. This has provided her with an understanding of the regulatory and technical requirements for environmental site assessments, remediation, validation and the management of contaminated sites in NSW, ACT and Queensland.

Mandy has been involved in a variety of projects that have provided her with experience in:
- technical reviews of environmental assessment investigations, reports, sampling plans, data, etc.;
- assisting in audits of contaminated land assessments;
- environmental investigation programmes (surface water, groundwater, soil, air quality, radiation and asbestos surveys);
- management of field programmes, field sampling and analysis; and
- interpretation of contaminated site investigations including data management and validation.

Andy Mair

Andy is the financial and administrative coordinator for Easterly Point.
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