SRK’s professional staff have the specific experience you need to satisfy the regulations and apply cost-effective, technically sound solutions to your environmental challenges.
Our knowledge of the regulations, field experience, proven technical expertise and a history of success ensures your project proceeds as smoothly as possible.
SRK’s environmental professionals provide site assessment, impact analysis, compliance audits, permitting, public involvement and community planning and facilitation, detailed site investigation, soil and ground water remediation, air quality services, waste characterization and disposal, risk management, emergency response, and site closure and rehabilitation.
We work with mines looking for economical, effective compliance; with small businesses and industrial giants that all need to assess and manage risk; and with environmental protection agencies looking for assurances and solutions.
Mine Closure and Reclamation
The combination of our internationally recognised experience in all aspects of mining with our knowledge of local requirements makes us the partner of choice for many clients embarking on mine closure projects. We recognised the increasing importance of mine closure to the industry in the early 1990s.
Environmental Geochemistry and Acid Rock Drainage
Managing mine drainage water quality is a critical concern for all mining operations because discharges must typically meet stringent water quality standards set by local, regional and national governments.
SRK Consulting has extensive experience with the assessment and remediation of contaminated sites (including metals, hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, and a range of hazardous wastes) for clients from the petrochemical, real estate, manufacturing, transportation, metal processing and port industries.
Environmental and Social Services
Whether planning a mine, staying on course, suspending operations or closing a facility, mining companies need to satisfy numerous and often complex regulatory requirements while simultaneously addressing community expectations. The complexity can be compounded by a need to prove to investors that risks are handled appropriately