Environmental Consulting

Caring for our Environment, Our Resources and Our People, IEE, EIA, Environmental audits etc.

Scope of Services

  • Terms of Reference (TOR) and Initial Environmental Examination (IEE),
  • Scoping Document/ Terms of Reference and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA),
  • Social Impact Assessment (SIA),
  • Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA),
  • Acquisition Compensation and Relocation Plan (ACRP),
  • Resettlement and Rehabilitation Plan (RRP)
  • Vulnerable Community Development Plan (VCDP);
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Environmental and Mitigation management plan

Moreover, companies that own the properties or facilities that are being monitored may also have environmental professionals on staff. So the overall effort of environmental monitoring and cleanup is carried out by a three-way partnership consisting of the regulatory agency, the client and the consulting firm. There are related workforce opportunities in each of these sectors.

Professions within the Environmental Consulting Field
Future Trends for Environmental Consulting
Environmental assessment and cleanup is driven by government regulations. For example, in the 1990’s, regulations requiring replacement of underground storage tanks at gasoline stations spurred years of work by the industry to remove leaking tanks and clean up the resulting spills. While many of those sites are cleaned up, much future work remains in the areas of Brownfields, Superfund sites and other areas with persistent environmental damage. As new environmental threats are identified and regulated, such as pharmaceuticals in groundwater, new work will result to address the problem.