Environmental Consulting Service
Environmental Due Diligence Studies (Phase I and Phase II) – evaluation of potential environmental liabilities associated with properties or organizations, using internationally recognized methodologies developed by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
- Contaminated Land Studies – detailed examination of derelict or degraded sites (“Brownfields”), including risk assessment, often within the context of larger urban redevelopment projects, and in collaboration with land planners.
- Determination of Environmental Baseline Conditions and Identification of Environmental Risk Scenarios – estimates of repair costs; support for organizations covered under, or potentially affected by, the Environmental Liability Directive (2004/35/CE), namely in the establishment of financial guarantees (ex: Environmental Liability Insurance Policies).
- Preparation of Baseline Reports on Soil and Groundwater Quality - as required by the Industrial Emissions Directive (2010/75/EU).
- Environmental Auditing – systematic and documented verification, obtaining evidence and evaluating in an objective way the environmental compliance of organizations against established criteria.
- Bioremediation – in partnership with soil experts, involving the treatment of petroleum contaminated soils with the objective of producing a reusable end product, and avoiding the landfilling of a valuable natural resource.
- Expert Review – coordination of teams of selected experts for the independent evaluation of complex environmental studies.
- Technical Assistance and Project Oversight – preparation of tender documents for public and private entities, and oversight of field and other activities associated with contaminated land studies and remediation projects.
- Long-Term Monitoring – design and implementation of monitoring strategies for landfills and remediation projects.
- Sediment Quality Studies.
- Geophysical Surveys Applied to Environmental Investigations.