Objectives: To model the odor footprint of a projected or existing site. To assess the theoretical impact of odorous releases around the site.
Environmental impact assessments are essential for new developments, mine closures, and when environmental management failures occur. Lorax Environmental has had several years of experience and involvement in environmental impact assessments globally.
Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is a statutory requirement for certain specified developments according to directives of European Union as well as the Slovak EIA Act.
Environmental Assessment are an established part of the planning process. The sequence of scoping requests, site investigation, impact assessment and negotiation with regulators has become common practice. ESI provides the support required throughout the process from the initial scoping requests through to completion of the Environmental Statement ...
SGS environmental impact assessments and environmental and social impact assessments help your business to contribute to local development while minimizing the impact on the environment.
SGS environmental impact assessments and environmental and social impact assessments help your business to contribute to local development while minimizing the impact on the environment. Call our experienced teams today to find out how.
The Maplecroft team has pioneered social and environmental impact assessment since the early 1980s. This includes extensive on-site experience in mining and other extractive operations in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Europe.
ERM has over 35 years experience of providing Impact Assessment and Planning (IAP) input to projects in the oil and gas, mining, land development, transport, infrastructure, and power sectors. Our goal is always the same: assisting our clients to get their projects planned, built and operated on schedule, while meeting their own expectations ...
An environmental impact assessment (EIA) is an assessment of the possible positive or negative impact that a proposed project may have on the environment, together consisting of the natural, social and economic aspects.
Almost every type of project likely to impact on the environment requires an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) by law before the competent authority (e.g. local planning authority) will grant consent for development. Archaeology and the historic or cultural environment is a key component of these assessments.