Full scope EIA, Natura 2000 assessment (EU only), Land remediation studies

VIBROCOMP takes pride in conducting comprehensive Full Scope Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) utilizing its in-house team of experts. Specializing in various sectors, our assessments cover infrastructure projects such as roads, railways, and airports, as well as extend to office and industrial developments, including those in the oil and gas and mining sectors.

Additionally, we bring our expertise to the realm of leisure by assessing projects like racing circuits. This diverse portfolio underscores our commitment to delivering thorough and specialized evaluations across a wide spectrum of projects, ensuring environmental sustainability and responsible development practices.

Our land remediation studies involve the assessment and implementation of measures to restore contaminated or polluted land to a condition suitable for its intended use. Contamination can result from various human activities, such as industrial processes, improper waste disposal, or accidental spills. The goal of land remediation is to eliminate or mitigate the negative environmental and health impacts associated with contaminants, making the land safe and sustainable for future use.

Full Scope Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA):

A Full Scope Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a comprehensive evaluation process conducted before the initiation of a proposed project or development. This assessment aims to identify, analyze, and mitigate potential environmental, social, and economic impacts associated with the project. It involves a thorough examination of various factors, including land use, biodiversity, air and water quality, and cultural heritage. The goal is to make informed decisions that balance the benefits of the project with its potential adverse effects, ensuring sustainable development and environmental stewardship.

Natura 2000 Assessment in (EU only):

The Natura 2000 Assessment is a specific evaluation carried out within the context of the European Union's Natura 2000 network, which aims to conserve biodiversity and protect natural habitats. When a proposed project has the potential to impact Natura 2000 sites—designated areas of high ecological value—this assessment becomes crucial. It involves a thorough examination of the project's potential effects on the integrity of these sites and the species they harbor. The assessment aims to ensure that projects are carried out in a manner that preserves the ecological balance and complies with the conservation objectives of Natura 2000, contributing to the overall goal of maintaining Europe's rich biodiversity.

Our services in the field are - but not limited to - the following:

  1. Project manager tasks plus environmental licensing tasks.
  2. Air quality management
  3. Appropriate Assessment (AA) of Natura 2000 sites
  4. Assessment of socio-economic impacts
  5. Built environment, protection of cultural heritage
  6. Climate risk assessment
  7. Disaster management analysis
  8. Flora and fauna protection
  9. Landscape protection
  10. Noise and Vibration
  11. Soil and groundwater protection
  12. Surface water protection
  13. Water Framework Directive (WFD) Assessment
  14. Waste management

In addition to the above, we can perform the tasks of the following - but not limited to - authorization phases:

  1. Environmental Impact Assessment
  2. Environmental Report - Construction Permit Stage
  3. Tree Cutting and Planting Plan - Construction Permit Stage
  4. Environmental Rehabilitation Plan - Construction Permit Stage
  5. Environmental Summary – Implementation Permit Stage
  6. Environmental Monitoring Plan
  7. Under-Construction Environmental Plan


Key components in our land remediation studies:

  1. Site Assessment:

    • Identify Contaminants: Determine the types and concentrations of contaminants present in the soil or groundwater.
    • Site History: Investigate the historical use of the land to understand the source and extent of contamination.
    • Pathways and Receptors: Assess how contaminants may migrate through soil, water, or air, and identify potential receptors (organisms or humans) that may be affected.
    • Sampilng and laboratory analysis
    • Hydrogeological modelling
  2. Risk Assessment:

    • Evaluate Risks: Assess the potential risks posed by the contaminants to human health, ecosystems, and the surrounding environment.
    • Exposure Pathways: Identify how people or wildlife may come into contact with contaminants and evaluate the associated health and ecological risks.
  3. Remediation Options Analysis:

    • Explore Technologies: Consider various remediation technologies suitable for the specific contaminants and site conditions. This could include physical, chemical, or biological methods.
    • Feasibility: Assess the feasibility of each remediation option, considering factors like cost, effectiveness, and time required for implementation.
  4. Remediation Plan Development:

    • Detailed Strategy: Develop a detailed plan outlining the chosen remediation approach, including the specific steps, timeline, and resources required.
    • Compliance: Ensure that the remediation plan aligns with local regulations and standards.
  5. Implementation and Monitoring:

    • Execute Plan: Implement the chosen remediation measures according to the established plan.
    • Monitoring: Continuously monitor the progress of remediation activities and assess the effectiveness of the chosen methods.
  6. Verification and Closure:

    • Confirm Clean-Up: Verify that the remediation goals have been achieved and that contaminant levels are within acceptable limits.
    • Regulatory Compliance: Demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements and obtain necessary approvals for closure.

Land remediation studies play a crucial role in addressing environmental contamination issues, promoting sustainable land use, and safeguarding human health and ecosystems.


Clients we serve are in the:

  • government 
  • infrastructure 
  • industry
  • private developers 


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