An environmental approval process to support your project
Regulatory environmental approval process and permitting requirements can be daunting and often overwhelming. Not having your required approvals can result in project delays, added costs, and even fines or legal interactions with regulators.
How we can help
Our industry experience and expertise allow us to identify the right environmental planning solutions and approvals relevant to your project or operations, allowing you to remove the guesswork. Depending on the type of approval or permit you require, we can provide specialist reports or advice to accompany your applications, or even take over the application process entirely.
Once your approvals are in place, we can also assist with incorporating requirements or conditions of approvals into your operations, ensuring you avoid breaches or non-compliances.
We believe that planning and preparation is key to having your approvals in place so that you can successfully deliver your project. Let us help you get it done right the first time and avoid unwanted delays and costs.
Do you need assistance?
Unsure about the approvals you need? Or whether your project or operations are meeting all of your regulatory requirements? Contact us and we can ensure your requirements are met.
We can provide planning and approval support including:
- Scoping environmental approval requirements
- Planning for approvals with regards to project timelines
- Leading risk identification and assessment workshops
- Developing operationally practical mitigation and management measures
- Developing documents and submission to regulators or clients
Environmental Advisor for Eyre Peninsula Transmission Line Upgrade
Whyalla to Port Lincoln, South Australia
Applied Environment & Safety provided environmental support in the early contractor involvement (ECI) stage of the ElectraNet Eyre Peninsula transmission line upgrade project. This $290 million project involves constructing a new 270 km double-circuit transmission line from Whyalla to Port Lincoln in South Australia as well as major construction works on substations.
Our environmental support for this ECI phase involved input into design, site scoping and development of management plans for construction. Our knowledge of transmission line construction phases, and the potential associated environmental risks, allowed us to develop effective controls for our client.