Those who request an environmental license must sometimes also add an official Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). Only recognised experts may draw up an EIA.
Companies with activities included on the EIA lists are obliged to draw up an EIA. This always concerns companies with a major environmental impact. In principle every change in the company (expansion, development of a new plant, etc.) is bound by an EIA. An exemption can be obtained in exceptional cases.
An EIA describes the influence of all business activities on environment, man and nature. Possible measures that limit the environmental effects to an acceptable level are a major point of interest in the EIA.
Drawing up an EIA is bound by special procedural steps. These require a lot of time, which means that the EIA must be drawn up on time.
M-tech experts in various disciplines draw up an EIA (such as air, water, noise and vibrations, soil, human activity, fauna and flora and landscape). The EIA coordinator assists the company and manages the EIA process.
- Coordination and drawing up an EIA;
- Coordination and drawing up an EIA exemption;
- Coordination and drawing up environmental studies (noise, water, soil, fauna and flora, etc.).