Reference Projects

Quality and credibility pay off. We've learned this in over 20 years of experience with environmental investigation and biomonitoring:

  • Ruling out possible hazards and implementing improvements with regular monitoring: A conglomerate of industrial companies commissioned us to ascertain whether or not a particular facility was responsible for possible hazards to humans and the environment. Monitoring activities indicated that no hazard existed; at the same time, other emission sources were identified as relevant and the resulting findings were integrated in improvement measures.
  • Alleviating public anxiety with biomonitoring: We used biomonitoring to investigate the operating effects of an industrial facility and its scope on behalf of a committee consisting of municipal government representatives, facility operators and impacted parties. The investigation was occasioned by considerable concerns on the part of the public at large. Our biomonitoring activities credibly and conclusively ruled out effects on garden vegetables and field agriculture for those located in areas adjacent to the emission source. As result it was possible to win back public trust regarding the operation of the facility.
  • Promoting acceptance with voluntary environmental services: A major company took the initiative in expanding its range of environmental protection measures to include a feasible, voluntary service. We determined the main stakeholders and coordinated the service concept and corporate strategy with the questions raised by public authorities, scientific institutions and other concerned parties. The objective of satisfying the stakeholders and increasing local acceptance of the company was successfully achieved.
  • Documenting changes with an investigative program: In the course of a traffic infrastructure project we were commissioned to ascertain the influence of traffic along the air contaminant discharge path - before and after the initial implementation of the project - and to compare this influence with the impact of other pollutant sources. By means of ongoing public relations efforts we were able to give proper consideration to the local citizens and their concerns about the program. The investigation established clarity regarding the impact of the various pollutant sources and helped increase acceptance on the part of the general public.
  • Cutting costs with synergies: On behalf of a public-sector client we were asked to compare and evaluate ongoing pollutant input measurements. In a second step synergies were to be derived and cost savings realized. Based on evaluation of the data, we developed a resource-efficient harmonization of procedures and methods and thus optimized the existing routine measurement program. The synergies achieved resulted in tangible cost-savings, much to the satisfaction of the client.
  • Guaranteeing quality with contractual specifications: Contractual specifications were required for an invitation for bids in an environmental impact study in connection with a traffic infrastructure project. The contractual specifications were to ensure high quality, rapid comparability and variable differentiation possibilities for the execution of the study. Here we analyzed preliminary investigations and integrated the results in the contractual specifications, with a focus on regulations, specialized requirements and Best Practices. The invitation for bids was thus able to ensure the quality of the environmental impact study and fulfilled the client's requirements.

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