We believe in being a proactive partner


4Pillars works with a broad range of organisations in both the public and private sectors. 4Pillars has particularly strong experience working within the following industries:

  • waste management and waste disposal;
  • mining and quarrying;
  • manufacturing;
  • small-scale infrastructure and civil engineering;
  • property development and construction; and
  • agriculture.

4Pillars works primarily with small and medium-sized enterprises and is well-positioned to understand the environmental issues and opportunities these kinds of businesses face. We don’t give you generic reports and services, like some large environmental firms. With 4Pillars you can be sure you will recieve a tailored package of real solutions to environmental challenges.

Case studies

4Pillars has an expanding portfolio of successful projects. We consistently achieve exceptional outcomes for our clients. Case studies will be uploaded to this page, as they are completed.

Government engagement

4Pillars is an proactive contributor to government consultation processes. We regularly provide input on key legislative and policy reforms, to help drive improvements in environmental regulation and sustainability. Selected submissions will be uploaded to this page, as they are completed.


Whenever possible, 4Pillars welcomes opportunities to partner with non-profit organisations on a pro-bono basis, to help them achieve their environmental goals. We see this as making an important contribution to our meeting our corporate social responsibilities.

We encourage non-profit organisations who are interested in assistance to contact us at

Professional associations

At the organisational level and the individual level, 4Pillars and its staff are associated with a number of organisations representing environmental professionals. Our primary association is with the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ). EIANZ provides a range of benefits to members, including administration of the Certified Environmental Practitioner (CENVP) scheme.

James Hammond is the Secretary of the NSW EIANZ committee and plays an active role in guiding the division and organising events to discuss topical environmental issues.

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