Our services for environmental monitoring includes data collection, analysis and interpretation, and often covers a diversity of parameters and natural assets including air quality, noise, groundwater quality and quantity, surface water quality, biological diversity and habitat health. This is undertaken in order to effectively understand the natural daily, seasonal and yearly changes in background and active levels of all measured parameters in order to explain the cause of any changes and attribute them either to natural fluctuations or to disturbance from the proposed or current development. All the monitoring is undertaken according to an approved Environmental Management Plan (EMP) by ZEMA, which provides the basis, justification, the parameters to be monitored and duration during the project life.

Often times, this follows an approved ESIS or EPB report or may be prepared separately for projects or undertakings that are already in operation.