“Measures and controls which are directed at environmental conservation, the rational and sustainable allocation and utilization of natural resources, the optimization of interrelations between society and the environment and the improvement of human welfare for present and future generations.”
 
  Environmental Impact Assessment
  Environmental Management Planning
  Environmental Auditing
  Socio-Economic Assessment
  Solid Waste Management
  Air Quality Monitoring
  Water Quality Assessment
  Soil Quality Assessment
  Water and Wastewater Management
 

 
  Environmental Impact Assessment
 
It's the study undertaken in order to assess the effect on a specified environment of the introduction of any new factor, which may upset the current ecological balance. An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study is a statutory requirement in all projects that might produce considerable adverse effects. EIA does not involve any decisions about the project, nor does it restrict the citizens' subsequent opportunities to influence the project. The purpose of EIA is to increase the citizens' opportunities of participation and obtaining information at an early stage of the project, and to reveal the environmental impact so that it can be considered in the planning stage. The EIA process has to be completed before the commencement of any project.

   
  Environmental Management Planning
 
Environment Management Planning includes the identification of mitigation and compensation measures for all the identified significant impacts. It also involves the physical planning including work programmed, time schedule and locations for putting mitigation and compensation systems in place, delineation of financial plan for implementing the mitigation measures in the form of budgetary estimates and demonstration of its inclusion in the project budget estimates.

 
  Environmental Auditing
 
An assessment of the nature and extent of any harm or detriment, or any possible harm or detriment, that may be inflicted on any aspect of the environment by any activity process, development programmed, or any product, chemical, or waste substance. Audits may be designed to: verify or otherwise comply with environmental requirements; evaluate the effectiveness of existing environmental management systems; or assist in planning for future improvements in environment protection and pollution control.

 
  Socio-Economic Assessment
 
Socio-Economic Impact Assessment (SEIA) is carried out to help understand the potential range of soci-economic impacts of a proposed change, and the likely responses of those impacted if the change occurs. It is important to determine not only the full range of impacts, such as changes to levels of income and employment, access to services, Quality of life, but also the understanding of implications of each particular change. This understanding can help design impact mitigation strategies to minimise negative and maximise positive impacts of any change on the society.

     
  Solid Waste Management
 
It may be defined as the systematic administration of activities, which are provided for the collection, source separation, storage, transportation, transfer, processing, treatment, and disposal of solid waste. It includes non-liquid, non-soluble materials ranging from municipal garbage to industrial wastes that contain complex and sometimes hazardous substances. Solid wastes also include sewage sludge, agricultural refuse, demolition wastes, and mining residues.

 
  Air Quality Monitoring
 
Air quality is assessed to evaluate the existing ambient conditions and to predict the anticipated conditions after any development. Air pollution comes from many different sources: stationary sources such as factories, power plants and smelters and smaller sources such as dry cleaners and degreasing operations; mobile sources such as cars, buses, planes, trucks and trains; and naturally occurring sources such as windblown dust and volcanic eruptions, all contribute to air pollution. Air Quality can be affected in many ways by the pollution emitted from these sources.

 
  Water Quality Assessment
 
Water environment is assessed to evaluate the existing and anticipated impact of the developmental activities. Understanding the water quality is essential in identifying critical issues with a view to evaluate the impacts on habitat conditions, recreational resources, agricultural productivity and aesthetics in the vicinity and to suggest appropriate mitigation measures for implementation.

 
  Soil Quality Assessment
 
The soil resource is a vital component of our environment and the monitoring of soil properties is essential in achieving sustainable land use. The objective of the assessment is to determine the potential of soil in an area and identify the impacts of urbanization and industrialization on soil quality.

 
  Water and Wastewater Management
 
The provision of water is usually a prime requirement of any development. GET provides complete solutions for all water related problems in both treatment and water handling covering all aspects of a developer's water service infrastructure requirements. We specialize in the following services.

• Sewage Treatment Plants
• Effluent Treatment Plants
• Mineral Water Plants
• Reverse Osmosis Plants
• All types of Filtration Systems
• Demineralization Plants
• Hydro Pneumatic Systems
 
GET offers a fully integrated service starting at the earliest stages of development with project viability, continuing throughout the project to ensure that the planning, design and implementation of water service infrastructure are completed on time and to the satisfaction of the customers.
   
     
 
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