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Environmental Impact Assessments/Environmental Audits

Using a multi-disciplined approach by trained professionals, the firm undertakes EIA Studies and EAs strictly in accordance with the requirements of the Environment Management and Coordination Act, 1999 (EMCA) and its subsidiary legislation. The firm is familiar with the requirements of lead agencies such as the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation (IFC) while undertaking EIA Studies and EAs.

Environment Site Assessments

Preliminary Site Assessment ( PSA ) and Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessment (ESA) assures facility compliance. The firm employs stringent criteria and documentation in accordance with the American Society of Testing Materials ( ASTM ) site assessment standards and local regulations to protect the Customer's interests.

Risk Based Corrective Action (RBCA) for soil and groundwater contamination

The firm possesses international standards for characterization of cleanup for sub-surface soil and groundwater contamination. The firm possesses the latest equipment for soil gas surveys and sub-surface investigation and uses these for undertaking RBCA of sites. Cleanup methods employed include, individually or collectively, soil and ground water removal treatment technologies and/or biological remediation.

The firm also possesses the knowledge to design and implement ground water remediation systems for natural geologic substances such as heavy metals, etc.

Hazardous Waste Services

Hazardous waste affects all aspects of our environment (i.e., air, water, and soil) and, therefore, requires a multi-disciplined approach to problem resolution. In light of the Waste Regulations 2006, the firm utilizes multi-disciplined professional staff to assess, manage and remediate hazardous waste problems affecting its Customers. The following is a brief outline of the firm's capabilities in the field of hazardous waste: