Environmental impact analysis
The environmental impact assessment (EIA) is the central base for realising the element of environmental protection for a project or product. EIA covers the whole life cycle of a project or product.
In the EIA we indicate which avoidable or unavoidable environmental impacts are to be expected and what are the options for reducing or avoiding the impacts. We indicate an additional need for analysis if further undefined environmental impacts are suspected.
For the individual environment-related project phases or environmentally hazardous components of a project, we determine the media (soil, water, air, radiation, noise) for which potentially exist environment-related risks. In such cases, IABG focuses its investigations on environment-related and media-related materials, operating supply items and auxiliary material, power and emissions/immissions. To conclude, we consider whether measures for protecting the environment have been taken or should be defined.
- Project and product description
- Determination of relevant legal provisions
- Checking the adherence to limit values
- Listing of hazardous project and product components
- Disposal concept, operational concept