Environmental Authorisations is a legal process that is required prior to undertaking development activities that are listed in the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA).
This is a legal permit that is required as per section 21 of the National Water Act before one is allowed to impact or use a water resource.
Construction Auditing is usually required as a condition of Environmental Authorization to ensure that the requirements of the authorization are being met.
This is a legal permit / right that is required before one is allowed to mine any mineral resources.
Biodiversity encompasses different ecosystems, landscapes, communities, populations and genes as well as the ecological and evolutionary processes that allow these elements of biodiversity to persist over time.
In order to obtain an Environmental Authorization, either a Basic Assessment or Scoping & EIA process must be followed before a final report is submitted to the Provincial or National Department of Environmental Affairs for approval.
These licenses requires paperwork to be submitted to Department of Water & Sanitation
These practices are often carried out by companies wishing to prevent damage to the environment that could lead to legal consequences for the contractor and developer.
A Basic Assessment or Scoping & EIA process must be followed and a final report submitted to the Department of Mineral Resources for authorization.
We offer a wide range of wetland-related skills ranging from desktop mapping and catchment-based wetland studies through to detailed wetland delineation and site-based PES and functional assessments.