Like you, staff at SLR are receiving many briefings being circulated about the new EIA Regulations. Much of the comment appears to be raising the potential for concern, pushing those developing projects to seek additional advice that in reality may well be unnecessary. Our perspective is that if you were already pro-actively applying the old EIA Regulations to the specific advantage of your project, then the new regulations change little.View Article
SLR is a leading global provider of advisory and environmental consultancy services to businesses within a broad range of manufacturing and commercial industries.
Our sectors include:
- Chemicals / Refining
- Food & Beverage
SLR provides industrial sector clients with globally integrated expertise across a broad range of technical services that combine to address your most critical environmental issues within the framework summarized below:
Asset Acquisition and Realisation
- Environmental Due Diligence
- Infrastructure Design and Engineering
- Planning and Regulatory Approval
- Chemical Spill Prevention and Response Planning
- Energy & Water Resource Design and Construction Management
- Human Health Risk Assessment and Toxicology
- Permitting and Regulatory Compliance
- Site Restoration and Redevelopment
- Waste & Wastewater Strategy, Design and Construction Management
- Exit Due Diligence
- Decommissioning Plans and Closure
Services offered to our manufacturing and commercial sector clients are varied, integrated and designed to lead to successful realisation and optimum performance of your assets potential. We are also able to offer services that minimise the loss of asset value from operational incidents thereby maximising value.
A selection of clients across SLR’s global Industry business sector includes:
- Celtic Media Group
- City of Cape Town
- Coca Cola
- Crowley Maritime Corporation
- Jaguar Land Rover
- Lockheed Martin
- PepsiCo Beverages North America
Carbon & Energy Management
Oil Spill Prevention, Preparedness & Response
Permitting & Regulatory Compliance
Risk Assessment & Toxicology
Site Restoration & Redevelopment
Transactional Due Diligence
Waste & Wastewater Management
Waste Strategy, Procurement & Design
Water Resource & Quality
Air Quality Support – Pulp and Paper Mill (US)
Fuel Spill Remediation (CAN)
Groundwater Monitoring and Reporting (AUS)
Hazardous Installations: Proximity Assessment (UK)
Industrial Occupational Hygiene Assessment (AUS)
Network Rail Waste Strategy (UK)
Oil Terminal Regulatory Compliance Assessment (UK)
Pre-Acquisition Due Diligence (US)
Pre-sale Timberland Due Diligence (US)
Rail Site Restoration and Remediation (CAN)
IOSH is co-hosting four ISO workshops in different venues across the UK from 27 March 2017.View Article
Nigel Leehane, Technical Discipline Manager of the Environmental Management, Permitting and Compliance team, will be participating in BSI’s Sustainability Performance and Reporting Forum in London on 1st December. He will be one of the facilitators, helping elicit views from delegates on the key challenges for organisations aiming to improve their performance.View Article
SLR organised and hosted, in association with Travers Smith, a seminar on Tuesday 15th November 2016, at the Travers Smith London office to discuss 'ESG - Looking Beyond Liabilities in Transactions'. a seminar on Tuesday 15th November 2016, at the Travers Smith London office to discuss 'ESG - Looking Beyond Liabilities...View Article
Alistair James (AFR)Close
Alistair James is a Professional Civil Engineer registered in South Africa and Tanzania with 30 years’ experience working mainly with clients in the Mining and Minerals sector, Industrial and other sectors. Alistair has been involved in the planning, design and construction of a number of projects primarily on the African continent including South Africa, Botswana, Tanzania, DRC, Congo, Ghana, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Lesotho. Alistair is a recognised leader in the field of mine waste and water management. Alistair heads up SLR’s advisory services in Africa and is the Industry Sector Leader for Africa.
Rod Masters (APac)Close
Rod has 30 years’ experience in undertaking soil surveys, formulating erosion and sediment control plans, conducting land reclamation and revegetation programs, preparing water management plans and assessing environmental impact of industrial developments such as abattoirs, steelworks, alumina refineries / aluminum production plants and intensive agriculture (beef cattle feedlots, dairies, piggeries, poultry) and viticulture.
Rod is a Certified Professional Soil Scientist (CPSS Stage 3) with the Australian Society of Soil Science and a Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC) with the International Erosion Control Association (IECA). Having fulfilled the roles of extension officer, regulator, consultant and contractor, Rod is in the unique position of having an intimate knowledge and understanding of soil and water management issues within a variety of industries.
Glenn Reynolds (CA)Close
Glenn Reynolds is a Senior Hydrogeologist and the National Industry Sector Leader at SLR. With over 35 years of consulting experience, Glenn specialises in investigations of groundwater, surface water, soil and non-aqueous phase contamination plus litigation support and the development and approval of remedial strategies at industrial facilities.
Julie Gartside (EUR)Close
Julie has spent over 15 years working with companies from a range of industrial and commercial sectors to understand the impacts of carbon and energy legislation and reporting schemes on their business. She helps organisations to integrate their response to these policies into business operations and achieve sustainable compliance. Julie also helps organisations with the management and reporting of their greenhouse gases (at organisational, product and supply chain levels) and works with them to develop strategies to reduce energy use and carbon emissions, and hence operating costs.
Julie is also Chair of the UK Emissions Trading Group Domestic Measures working group. This group is attended by UK government departments, the UK Environment Agency, trade associations and large companies to discuss and debate changes in UK energy and carbon policies (e.g. Climate Change Agreements, Carbon Reduction Commitment and the Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme, plus how they interact with the EU Emissions Trading Scheme).
Steve Locke (US)Principal Chemical Engineer/US Operations Manager Close
Mr. Locke has 30 years of professional and has registrations in Chemical, Manufacturing, and Environmental Engineering. He has technical expertise in directing all aspects of environmental assessment, engineering and design activities, construction management, site closure, permitting, compliance, industrial wastewater treatment, and waste management processes.