Environmental Impact Assessment

An Environmental Impact Assessment, or EIA, is a pro-active and systematic process in which the environmental impacts (both positive and negative) of a proposed development are thoroughly assessed and evaluated. The National Environmental Management Act (NEMA) requires that an EIA be carried out by an independent Environmental Assessment Practitioner for a wide range of identified activities. 

The Environmental Partnership specialises in facilitating Basic Assessment, Scoping and Environmental Impact Assessments, and public participation processes in terms of 

  • Government Notices 983, 984 and 985 (Listing Notices 1, 2 & 3) of the EIA Regulations, December 2014, under the National Environmental Management  Act (Act No. 107 of 1998) ("NEMA"), as amended;

  • Government Notice No. 921 (Category A & B) of the Waste Management Activities, 2013, under the National Environmental Management:  Waste Act (Act No. 59 of 2008) ("NEM: WA") Read more

  • Government Notice No. 893 of the Activities which result in Atmospheric Emissions, November 2013, under the National Environmental Management: Air Quality Act (Act No. 39 of 2004) ("NEM: AQA") Read more

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