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Why To Choose Us?

Dedicated team of professionals - Experienced Doctorates & Postgraduates in the fields of Environment science/Engineering
QCI Accredited in-house, empaneled EIA coordinators and Function Area Experts
Our Bussiness goals are "Own-the-Responsibility", "Opimise the Compliance Spend" and "Help Build your Environmental Protection Image".
Recognized Qualified Persons (RQP) & coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) Expert
Well established laboratory
Commited to support Green Initiatives and promote sustainable Development
All services under one-roof & we can basket the services as per the needs of customer

Industry We Serve

We the SSMNT Group with a proven expertise across multiple areas of Environmental Assessment possesses more than thirty Domain experts and subject-matter experts with Doctorates, Post-Doctorates and Env.Engineers, each of them having a distinct track record Environmental Consulting/ Project Delivery/ AdvisoryServices/ Testing Services.
We enable many of our clients to manage their multiple Environment Compliance Requirments with much ease and assured 'value- addition' with our Industry Expertise and Rapid Service Delivery Framework(RSDF) to different industrial sectors over spectrum of their environmental needs:

Our Services

EIA  //  Techno -Legal Advisory  //  Environment Permitting  //  Environment & Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) studies (as per IFC & ADB Guildlines)  //  Environment Compliance Auditing & Environmmental Due Diligence  //  Hydrogeology  //  water & waste Audit and Compliance Audits  //  Social Impact Assessment (SIA) studies  //  Chemical Industrial Risk Assessment  //  Biodiversity Impact Assessment (BIA)  //  Ecology & Biodiversity Study Enumeration  //  Mining Plan Preparations & DGPS Surveys  //  Project Feasibility Reports (PFR) & Detailed Project Reports (DPR)  //  Corporate EHS (environment, Health & safety)  //  Solid Waste Management (MSW) & Solutions  //  Construction, Operation and Maintenance of STP, ETP/CETP  //  Coastal Regulatory Zone clearance  //  Marine Environment Monitoring(marinr water & Sea Bed Sediment Sampling & Analysis)  //  Hydrodynamic Study  //  Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) studies  //  Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing  //  Forest clearance & wildlife clearances  //  No-objection Certificates from Forest Diversion for Non-Forest Land  //  Central Ground Water Authority (CGWA) permissions  //  Water Audit/Budgeting  //  wildlife Conservation Plan/ Mangrove Management Plan  //  Green Building Audit  //  No Objection certificate for Storage of Diesel/Hazardous Chemical/PESO  //  Water Shed Management  //  Landscape Management  //  Rainwater Harvesting System
Environmental Due Diligence assessments can vary in intent and scope, however generally include desktop and site investigations to identify environmental features, review of site history and confirmation of conditions on the ground to provide advice on the opportunities and constraints to potential development, and what further work or approvals may be necessary to accomplish development objectives. Environmental due diligence assessments allow opportunities and constraints to be identified across infrastructure projects. The study defines opportunities and constraints associated with the development.
Environmental audit is a general term that can reflect various types of evaluations intended to identify environmental compliance and management system implementation gaps, along with related corrective actions. In this way they perform an analogous (similar) function to financial audits. There are generally two different types of environmental audits: compliance audits and management systems audits.

Environmental auditing is essentially an environmental management tool for measuring the effects of certain activities on the environment against set criteria or standards. Depending on the types of standards and the focus of the audit, there are different types of environmental audit. Organisations of all kinds now recognize the importance of environmental matters and accept that their environmental performance will be scrutinised by a wide range of interested parties.
Indoor environmental quality monitoring involves the thorough check of the ventilation and humidity. Conduct thorough inspections of heating and air-conditioning systems. Carry out ventilation inspections and on-site measurements of allergens, ozone, noise levels, light intensity and other hazardous substances.
Wild Life Management / Biodiversity Management Studies (EIA)has almost become mandatory for all developmental projects either Greenfield or brownfield activities to obtain statutory Environmental Clearance.

Biodiversity Studies are conservation activities designed to give biodiversity benefits to compensate for losses, thereby ensuring that when a development activity damages nature and this damage cannot be avoided new, bigger or better nature sites will be created. They are different from other types of ecological compensation, as they need to show measurable outcomes that are sustained over time.
Impact of wind turbines on wildlife, most notably on birds and bats, has been widely pointed out. The major effects of wind power sector include i) Habitat destruction and fragmentation; and ii) Effects on birds and bats such as barrier effect, collisions and electrocutions. Though the apparent footprint of an individual Wind Turbine Generator (WTG) is small, the long term effects include species displacement due to habitat modification.

In view of the mounting evidence from potential adverse impacts of wind mills on arboreal species including birds, bats and flying squirrels through rotor impacts and on terrestrial species of wildlife resulting from alternation and damage to habitats. Forests Advisory Committee (FAC) recommends that all wind mill projects proponents should fund independent impact assessment on studies of their projects at specific sites
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)is required by all greenfield and brownfield activities to obtain statutory Environmental Clearance – which is the first and foremost approval required for any developmental activity – green field or brown field.

EIA is a multi-disciplinary study for identifying the likely impacts due to any new/expansion/modernization developmental/industrial activities on the physical and socio-economic environment and on human health and welfare. EIA study report suggests mitigation measures to combat the predicted environmental and social impacts of the proposed project/activity. Environment Management Plan (EMP) is proposed for implementation of the mitigation measures alongwith long-term monitoring plan.
Environmental and Social Impact Assessment study is the process used to predict the environmental and social consequences (positive or negative) of a plan, policy, program, or project prior to the decision to move forward with the proposed action. ESIA is a process of interacting with stakeholders and identifying, evaluating, analyzing and mitigating the social and environmental consequences or impact of a development project. It is an assessment document that will be the basis for a management plan to reduce impacts, maximize benefits, and monitor project effects.
Probable shift in traffic to the proposed new road are predicted, taking into consideration the future transportation improvement and infrastructure development in the vicinity areas. The estimated shift in traffic on the proposed new road is projected over a span of 20 years by assuming suitable growth rates.

A capacity analysis of the future year scenarios is conducted based on the proposed traffic projections to recommend an appropriate lane configuration based on the volume to capacity thresholds and its corresponding Level of Service (LOC) criteria for the proposed new road. Capacity thresholds to be analyzed as per IRC 106- 1990 ‘Guidelines for Capacity of Urban Roads in Plain Areas’. The analysis also addresses the impact of future transportation projects on the proposed road.