Nordiko Newsletter

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In this issue: VIC Worksafe Initiative, WA House Fumigation, Hong Kong Demonstration, Profile: Ken Brash, Chronic Exposure, MBAO and MOP, Report Update, Insect, Nordiko Products, Sydney Safety Show, Australian Export Award 2009, Monitoring Made Easy, Toxic Gas in Containers.

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2012 – Issue 1

2012 ISSUE 1 New Benchmark Set in Newcastle Newcastle is a major port city on the east coast of Australia, which exports grains and other commodities. Like many cities, urban encroachment and revitalisation of the city centre and nearby suburbs, has put residential and commercial zones in close ...[Read more...]


Australian Customs and Border Protection Service: Protecting Borders along with Health, Safety and Environment  The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service has implemented Nordiko’s best practice container ventilation technology, used when imported shipping containers are inspected on ...[Read more...]

Jun 08 – Aug 08 Newsletter

ISSUE 3 NORDIKO WINS US EPA OZONE PROTECTION AWARD In May this year, Nordiko Quarantine Systems won the prestigious US EPA Climate and Stratospheric Ozone Award for 2008. This Award was established by the US EPA in 1990 to acknowledge "exceptional leadership, personal dedication, and technical ...[Read more...]

April 08 Newsletter

ISSUE 2 NEW TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION, SUFFOLK, USA Representatives from US and Australian government departments attended a demonstration of Nordiko and IQDS technology in the USA during October 2007. This included new remote sensing technology whereby fumigation and residual gas readings can ...[Read more...]

Sep 07 – Oct 07 Newsletter

ISSUE 1 Download the PDF version here CANBERRA 20TH ANNIVERSARY MONTREAL PROTOCOL CELEBRATIONS 2007 marks the 20th Anniversary of the signing of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, arguably the world’s most successful multilateral environmental agreement. In ...[Read more...]