Compliance and Reporting

Our team of environmental specialists work with Environment Impact Assessment studies & Compliance Monitoring of risk mitigation in construction projects. These projects include Townships, SEZ, Infrastructures, residential, commercial, manufacturing units, etc.

Environmental reporting is the public disclosure of information concerning an organization's environmental performance. It helps in establishing the accountability of a firm in terms of economic, environmental and social parameters. Generally, impact assessment, risk and disaster management studies are to be submitted for statutory clearances and also voluntary reporting to assess a firm’s environmental and social impact through the use of key performance indicators.

  • GRI Reporting


    Environmental and Economical sustainability should be approached hand in hand. Our team of experts assess and report corporation’s environmental responsibility and positive social impact using the global reporting initiative program.

  • HRC Clearances


    High rise building clearances are mandated for tall buildings proposed in the Mumbai region. This compliance is to ensure mitigation of negative impacts on surrounding region from tall structures and living conditions of project occupants are provided withbest comfort standards.

  • MOEF Clearances


    Environmental clearances for projects across India require design impact and social assessment studies that help identify cohesive sustainable development opportunities and corrective actions that enhance conservation. Our team of experienced environmental scientists facilitate environmental clearances supported with detailed investigation and mitigation strategies project by project.

  • EIA Studies


    Environmental Impact Assessments are a crucial part of every decision being made for a project. The EIA helps the project team understand the potential consequences of the proposed project on the said site and the environment surrounding it. These intend to let the project teams make informed decisions regarding the design and functionality of the project. The International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) defines an environmental impact assessment as "the process of identifying, predicting, evaluating and mitigating the biophysical, social, and other relevant effects of development proposals prior to major decisions being taken and commitments made".


    EIA studies and their interpretations vary by the country. While the overall intent and outcome remains the same, each geographic location may focus on different things. The seriousness of the impacts depends on the kind of project as well. There are majorly two types, large scale developments such as chemical works, industries, bridges, power stations and then there are small scale developments.

  • GHG Accounting


    Greenhouse Gas emissions from a business or organization help deal effectively with climate change by quantifying and tracking emissions overtime. Greenhouse gas emissions metrics vary widely based on organizations characteristics. The following key deliverables are typically included as part of the scope of work but are subject to change based on the project requirements


    • Assessment and development of GHG inventory for the Reporting Company

    • A concise report that outlines the GHG emissions baseline, targets and reduction plan using the Corporate Accounting and Reporting standard by GHG Protocol

    • Recommend actions to reduce GHG Emissions

    • Develop emission reduction strategies based on short term and long term targets

    • Develop sustainability policy for the Reporting Company

  • Energy Audits


    Energy audits help projects identify and monitor their energy consumption and efficiency from construction to operational phases. An energy audit primarily lets the project team identify-


    • No-cost operational or maintenance adjustments that will save energy

    • Short-term, low-cost energy efficiency retrofit recommendations

    • Action plans for energy efficiency capital investments

    • Comfort and code issues that can be addressed immediately

    • Opportunities for better adherence to lighting and comfort standards


    Energy audits are mostly done on a whole building level such that they include examining building envelope, systems, operations and maintenance procedures. They also tend to provide the most accurate predictions of potential energy savings.

    Another approach can be targeted towards specific systems sch as lighting, heating, ventilation or air conditioning. Targeted audits are ideal for retrofit projects with specific issues that need to be assessed. They may however not be ideal when overall savings for the facility are concerned.


    ASHRAE defines three levels of audits
     Level I – Site assessment
     Level II – Energy Survey and engineering Analysis Audits
     Level III – Detailed analysis of capital investment

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