Environmental Baseline Study (EBS)
STATS provides EBS to help our clients perform due diligence and understand the potential issues and liabilities when developing or acquiring a new site. This involves an assessment of water, soil and air of the area. Inspection includes investigation of unusual odours, chemical or toxic gas emissions, drainage, noise, solid waste handling and others that may harm the biodiversity. The samples are then sent to our laboratories to analyse for any toxic chemicals that could affect the environmental quality and also the integral structure of the future buildings.
Environmental Engineering Solutions
Additionally, we provide strategic, practical, cost effective and timely solutions to Geotechnical & Environmental issues in the form of cost savings to the client through combining the synergies and overlapping between these two disciplines. Using the analysis and results from our lab, our engineers are able to provide complete and effective solutions and advise for any of the environmental issues regarding the site.
- Hydrological Investigations
- Dewatering Management Plans
- Surface & Ground Water Management
- Ground Water Modelling
- Acid Sulphate Soils Assessment
- Contaminated Sites Evaluation & Remediation
- Vegetation Assessment & Clearing Impact Assessment
- Ecological Risk
- Indoor Air Quality Investigations
- Ambient Air Monitoring
- Dust Measurement
- OH&S Compliance
- HVAC Monitoring
- Respiratory Fit Testing & Training
- Hazardous Materials Investigations & Management
Asbestos Hazard Awareness
Mould Hazard Awareness
Contaminants in Commercial & Domestic Environment
STATS provides Environmental Baseline Studies to help our clients perform due diligence and understand the potential issues and liabilities when developing or acquiring a new site.
Evaluation or assessment for the contamination status of a property is centered around the Environmental Site Assessment or ESA, also referred to as the Environmental Baseline Study (EBS) by JTC. In summary,
ESA/EBS is a systematic process to determine potential contamination associated with a property
The process is a phased approach dependent on the effort involved for each investigative phase
The phases are referred to as the Phase I, Phase II and Phase III.