Environmental Impact Assessment

Environmental impact assessment (EIA) is “the process of identifying, predicting, evaluating and mitigating the biophysical, social and other relevant effects of developments prior to major decisions being taken and commitments made” (IAIA 1999).

When preparing an EIA, our focus is on developing agreed terms of reference between our clients and the approval authority which are appropriate to the specific nature and scale of the activity and that the cost and implications of project approval are fair and reasonable.

Aspect Environmental have extensive experience in the following sectors:

  • Industrial and commercial
  • Water and wastewater
  • Property Development
  • Energy
  • Aviation

Projects

Design Alliance Part 3A Assessment
Environmental lead for the preparation of an assessment under Part 3A of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
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Environmental Planning Advice
Provided planning and assessment advice in relation to planning pathways for State and Commonwealth legislation pertaining to freight rail development proposals.
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Remediation Project – Hunter River
Project director and approvals coordinator for the initial stages of the remediation project being undertaken on the Southern Arm of the Hunter River in the Port of Newcastle.
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REF Program
Complete REFs for 15 potential drill sites located within Petroleum Exploration Licences. Assess the environmental impacts associated with the exploratory drilling at each location in accordance with Part 5 of the EP&A Act 1979. Key Aspects Program of 15 EIA’s for petroleum exploration
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Sewer Rehabilitation Program and Watermains Renewal Project
The Sewer Rehabilitation Program repaired and rehabilitated sewer pipes. The Watermain Renewals Project improved the water supply system by fixing and renewing water assets such as old or damaged water pipes, valves, hydrants and private water service pipes.
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Tamworth Sewerage Augmentation Program (Part A)
Alliance for the D&C works associated with the Tamworth Sewerage Augmentation Program and included the upgrade of Westdale WWTP to 61,000 EP, effluent pumping station, 7.5km rising main and 2,000ML storage at the effluent re-use farm.
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