Environmental Consultancy

We were contracted by China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) to provide an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for renovation of Juba International Airport in Central Equatoria States.

The key environmental concerns that were addressed so as to enhance environmental acceptability during the implementation of the proposed project includes:

Describe the project and associated works together with the requirements for carrying out the project

Identify and described the elements of the community and environment likely to be affected by the project and/ or likely to cause adverse impacts to the project, including both the natural and man made environment

analysis of environmental impact during construction period

Analysis of environmental impact during operation period

Ecological protective measures and expected effect

Identify and assess air quality impact, noise impact, water quality impact, waste and management implication, cultural human impact, heritage impact and landscape and visual impact, and determine the significance of the impacts on sensitive receivers and potential affected areas

Identify, predict and evaluate the residually (i.e. after practicable mitigation) environmental impact and the cumulative effects expected to arise during the construction and operation phase of the project in relation to the sensitive receivers and potential affected uses

Identify, assess and specify methods, measures and standards, to be included in the detail design, construction and operation of the project which are necessary to mitigate these environmental impacts and reducing them to acceptable levels

Design and specify the environmental monitoring and audit requirement to ensure the effective implementation for the recommended environmental protection and pollution control measures.

Identification of Project Affected Persons (PAPs).

Preparation of environmental social management plan (ESMP) for mitigation of adverse impacts.

Preparation of environmental and social management plan for mitigation of adverse impacts.

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