The Environmental Partnership is a well established environmental management consultancy based in Cape Town, South Africa. We have successfully been in business since 1998 and believe that our professionalism, strong work ethic, experience and knowledge base have contributed to our continued success. We offer a broad range of environmental services, all of which are underpinned by environmental sustainable development principles.
We have experience in a diverse scale of projects that include those that are large in magnitude, highly complex and have a range of biophysical and social sensitivities. We have excellent public and stakeholder participation skills that are utilised in our projects.
Areas of expertise
- Powerlines, underground cables and substations
- Power generation
- Road, water and sewage infrastructure
- Housing developments ranging from upmarket to gap and low cost housing
- Community facilities
- Key facilities such as the Cape Town Stadium
- Industrial and warehousing facilities
- Airport infrastructure
- Places of Worship
- Mixed use and commercial developments
- Hotel and Convention Centre
- Film industry facilities
- Conservation planning
- Solid waste management
- Wastewater treatment plants
- Fish meal plant
- Tourism and resort developments
The company is based in the Cape Town CBD and uses the most up-to-date technology, infrastructure and equipment to complete projects. The company is owned and managed by Carmen du Toit who has over 18 years relevant experience and is registered as a Professional Natural Scientist with the South African Council for Natural Scientific Professions as well as registered as a professional environmental practitioner with Environmental Assessment Practitioners South Africa (EAPSA).
Carmen is ably assisted by a team of professionals and support staff. The Environmental Partnership also uses specialist sub-consultants as and when a project requires this level of input. Through the years we have built up a team of reliable, highly qualified specialists in botany, fresh water systems, fauna, avifauna, hydrology, geo-hydrology, agricultural economics, socio-economics, visual, noise and heritage.