The environmental and social impact assessment was conducted in line with Lesotho EIA Act 10 of 2008 and international standards. Most impacts are expected during the construction phase and are considered to be temporary
The project involved the preparation of environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) for Oacha’sNek Water Supply in accordance with the Lesotho EIA Act 10 of 2008 and the National Environmental Guidelines of 2009. The ESIA identified possible environmental impacts of the construction (pipeline networks, water treatment storage and reticulation) and operations phase of the project. The environmental management plan developed for the project outlines the mitigation, monitoring and institutional measures to be employed to minimize the risk to the environment resulting from these interventions and to improve water quality and quantity. The EIA report also includes development of Specialist Reports on Aquatic Ecology, Terrestrial Ecology (flora and fauna), Cultural Heritage Assessment, Wetland Assessment, Public Consultation Strategy.
The Terms of Reference for the project was developed in consultation with the Department of Environment (DoE). The ESMP for the four town (Butha Buthe, Mohale’sHoek, Hlotse and Mafeteng) was prepared by contextualizing the EIAs prepared under the Lesotho Lowland Bulk Water Supply Scheme (LLBWSS). The EMP translates recommended mitigation and monitoring measures into specific actions that will be carried out by the project proponent. It included written procedures and controls that provided direction towards construction and operations activities. It identified the roles and responsibilities of the environmental management team as well as the monitoring and reporting requirements.
Our environmental professionals have been actively involved in performing Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and remediation of contaminated sites for transaction and privatization purposes in accordance to CSA guidelines. We provide degree of detail required to legally meet clients due diligence
The project aimed at easing the problem of inadequate power supply in Lagos, Nigeria. The ESIA prepared in line with the World Bank safeguard policies OP 4.01, Federal Ministry of Environment (FMEnv) and international best practices involved the collection of field data over two seasons along the transmission line corridor and associated substations. Citseo Consulting professional carried out field sample collection and data laboratory data analysis. The Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP), a stand-alone document presents the plans and measures that will be implemented to mitigate the potential environmental and social impacts of the proposed project.
The years of conflict in Liberia almost destroyed the infrastructure in the country. The Emergency Infrastructure Rehabilitation project (EIRP) was developed to rehabilitate destroyed infrastructure and construct new ones. Citseo Consulting Environmental professionals developed the environmental and social management plan (ESMP) in compliance with the World Bank safeguard policies and the environmental policies and laws of the Government of Liberia. The ESMP identified the mitigation, monitoring and institutional measures to be taken to avoid or minimize adverse environmental impacts during project construction and implementation.
The purpose of the environmental and social screening of the Federal Roads in Nigeria is to identify if the road rehabilitation project requires an EIA through the elimination of irrelevant environmental issues and the forcing on the attention at the planning stages on potentially significant issues. The environmental and social screening carried out in line with World Bank OP 401 classified as Category B, thus requiring an Environmental Assessment. The scoping sets out the proposed scope of the ESIA
Citseo Consulting environmental professionals were involved in baseline biophysical and socioeconomic data collection along the pipeline route for the onshore and offshore component