ACLCA's mission is to pursue and promote best practice and ongoing professional development across the contaminated land industry.

This is guided by our three key values:


ACLCA engage with relevant stakeholders to assist in the development and maintenance of industry standards and guidelines on behalf of the industry


ACLCA provide a platform for knowledge sharing amongst members and broader industry stakeholders


ACLCA provide and promote ongoing professional development and funding for industry based research projects"


The association represents the major environmental consulting firms involved in the assessment and management of contaminated sites in Australia. It currently has representation in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia.

The ACLCA WA meets once a month (every second Wednesday) to hear technical presentations given by industry groups, colleagues, state agencies, services to the industry and university representatives. This is a free event for members

The ACLCA WA Executive Committee comprises representatives from members companies.  It meets to set directions for the Association and its members, organise events and training, share industry news, respond to enquiries and communicate with State Government on issues affecting the industry.

Our Goals:

  • To provide a forum for member companies to develop, discuss and respond to issues that affect us in our responsible management of contaminated lands.
  • To establish and maintain a strong working relationship with regulatory authorities and other related agencies that have an interest in the management of contaminated lands.
  • To encourage others to accept ACLCA as the consulting industry's peak representative group on contaminated land issues.
  • To assist in the development and maintenance of appropriate industry practices and encourage members to adopt these practices.
  • To promote and encourage the open exchange of information between members and other interested bodies.
  • To promote an awareness and provide information to outside parties on the professional skills in the area of contaminated land management.

To contact, please email the Secretary at



Looking For a Contaminated Land Consultant in WA?

As part of the membership review process, contaminated land consultants are required to demonstrate professional competency, appropriate work practices and standards, and implementation of quality management systems. In addition to this, our members are bound by ACLCA WA code of practice that not only focusses on maintaining these competencies but also on facilitating continuing professional development.

While we are unable to recommend a particular consultant, you can find the contact details of our members here.


ACLCA acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples