Gijima Occupational Hygiene and Environmental Services render comprehensive Environmental Services (ES) in terms of The National Water Act (Act 36 of 1998), 1998; The National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998), 1998; The National Environmental Management: Air Quality Amendment Act (Act 40 of 2014), 2014; The National Environmental Management Waste Act (Act 59 of 2008) as well as the applicable regulations and standards governing the Acts.
Gijima Environmental Services’ staff members include registered professional natural scientists, and hold NACA (National Association for Clean Air), WISA (Water Institute of South Africa) and SETAC (Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) membership.
Gijima ES conduct all their services responsibly with sound environmental practice to ensure that our clients comply with the relevant environmental legislation that will ensure sustainable development for both the environment and economy. Our services are suited to meet the needs of clients in various industries, viz. construction, mining, petrochemical, agricultural, consulting, government, etc.
Gijima ES are able to successfully undertake the following:
Environmental and Air Quality Services:
- Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA’s),
- Atmospheric Emissions License Applications (AEL’s),
- Emission Inventories,
- Environmental Management Plans (EMP’s) and Project Management.
Ambient Monitoring Services:
- Dust Fall-out Monitoring,
- Dust and Particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5) monitoring,
- Environmental noise surveys according to SANS 10103.
Water Quality Consulting Services:
- Water quality assessments related to the Department of Water and Sanitation’s Blue and Green Drop programmes,
- Wastewater management and water safety plans,
- Aquatic toxicity monitoring,
- Wastewater management,
- Water safety plans,
- Water Quality Management.
With reference to Waste Management Gijima ES can provide services that relate to:
- Waste Management services relating to SAWIS applications, development of waste management procedures, license applications,
- Environmental risk assessments,
- Integrated waste management plans,
- SAWIS registrations,
- Waste License applications,
- Waste classification and characterization.