Environmental Sciences Australia was founded in 1989, to provide environmental consulting to the building and property development industry and quickly established a unique link between University and broader industry consulting. ESA developed several patents in the fields of Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ), natural ventilation and daylighting and are currently working on bringing other innovative products to market.
ESA’s philosophy is to reduce entropy by making use of as much renewable resources and energy as possible. ESA’s focus has been on developing technologies and methodologies that reduce carbon footprints while employing low cost technologies that utilise the principles of nature and science. ESA is proudly AUSTRALIAN MADE | AUSTRALIAN OWNED
ESA re-invented the roof ventilator
At ESA we developed and patented product designs that have far better ventilation than competing rotating cowl products, allowing the dual benefit of light, are structurally stronger, more watertight, have less bearing wear, improved stack flow and are aesthetically less obtrusive than the traditional rotating cowl vents.
People’s Choice Episode Winner “ABC New Inventors” programme.
ABC New Inventors
Semi-finalist of the 2012 Australian Cleantech Open.
Selected to attend the global finals in Silicon Valley, USA.
Winner of the 2011 Master Builders and Boral Excellence in Building Awards.
Residential Green living Project- Environment and Energy Efficient building. Project designed and project managed by STK. West
Winner of the 2011 Professional Excellence in Building Award, Australian Institute of Building, Research, Development and Technology category
Owairaka Project 8 star building, designed and project managed by STK. West
2009 Outstanding Community Service to the Ethnic Child Care, Family and Community Services Organisation, at the Addison Rd Centre, Marrickville
presented by Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir, Governor of NSW
2009 Australian International Design Awards, Finalist
Design and Development of the Wind Directional Skylight Ventilator.
2008 ISS Institute Fellowship recipient
Airtight Construction Applications Applied to Lightweight Super Insulation Envelopment Technologies.
Recipient of the Australian Institute of Building (A.I.B), 2008 Professional Excellence in Building Award
Research and Development- Defining Sustainable Products.