Environmental Surveys

Preparing environmental impact surveys and environmental impact statements is a requirement under the environmental guidelines contained in the Planning and Building Law and the various national master plans governing different sectors, including:
TAMA 35 - National Master Plan for construction, development and conservation (Article 11)
TAMA 34 - National Master Plan for the water sector (sewage)
TAMA 34/B/3 - Integrated National Plan for the water sector (streams and drainage)
TAMA 34/B/4 - Integrated National Plan for the water sector (pooling, infiltration and protection of groundwater)
TAMA 18/4- National Master Plan for gas stations
TAMA 10/D/10 - National Master Plan for photovoltaic installations

Amphibio is regularly involved in preparing the documents required under these guidelines.

Soil Pollution Survey-

When land and/or groundwater contamination is suspected, a historical survey is conducted initially to examine the historical uses of the site as well as polluting uses in its surroundings. The historical survey is also meant to provide an initial mapping of the potential contamination on the site, in terms of the types of contaminants and the location of the suspected areas.
Based on the historical survey results, if needed, soil tests as well as soil-gas and groundwater testing will be conducted to assess the types of contaminants, the level of pollution and its spatial extent. The results of these tests give rise to recommendations for protecting against ground gases and handling contaminated soil or groundwater, as well as guidance and support in treating the pollutants.

Noise Measurements and Surveys-

We carry out noise measurements and use models in order to assess noise levels and effects. Given deviations from allowed levels, means and methods for treatment are suggested.

Surveys of Odor and Pollutant Emissions-

By using sampling and appropriate coefficients, odor and pollution levels from various sources can be gauged or estimated. Then, by running models, the dispersion and intensity of air pollution and odor around an existing or planned emission source can be quantified, allowing measures for reduction to be taken if necessary.

Wastewater Surveys-

Analysis of and testing for compliance with threshold values required by regulations for wastewater discharge into sewage systems. In some cases, guidance should be provided regarding the implementation of pre-treatment systems prior to releasing wastewater to treatment plants via collection systems. In other instances, providing simpler tools to handle deviations may suffice.

Hazardous Materials Risk Survey-

A risk survey looks at all the properties of hazardous materials stored on a site. Based on these properties, the amount of materials being stored and how they are stored, the environmental impact of these materials can be assessed using mathematical models and design equations.

Radiation Measurements and Surveys-

High levels of electromagnetic radiation over extended periods of time can pose a health hazard. By conducting tests and surveys to examine radiation levels, strategies for reducing radiation can be recommended.

Environmental Hydrological Surveys -

As per TAMA 34/B/4 and TAMA 18/4, which provide for hydrological sensitivity analysis in the    project environment (such as a gas station), the presence of water supply wells near the site (protective radiuses) and ways to avoid groundwater pollution.

Runoff Management Surveys As Per TAMA 34/B/3 -

These surveys analyze runoff formation in and around the areas of the project and the ways in which the solution is managed, such as infiltration to the land, retention and drainage.

Environmental and Ecological Landscapes Surveys-

These involve analysis of the implications of implementing a project (such as a residential neighborhood, city expansion, plant, etc.) in areas designated by Tama 35 as areas with landscape sensitivity. Article 11 of the TAMA requires analysis of the environmental and landscape aspects, including a description of the landscape features, analysis of the project's environmental impact, its integration and visibility, as well as reference to alternatives programs.

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