Environmental Impact Assessment is a process designed to identify, describe and establish, on a project-by-project basis, the direct and indirect, synergic, cumulative, primary and secondary effects of a project on human health and the environment. In Romania, the environmental impact assessment may be required for certain types of public and private projects to obtain the environmental agreement which is necessary for obtaining the construction permit.
Environmental impact assessment may also be required by various International Financial Institutions such as the World Bank and the EBRD to fund public and private projects. The requirements may be different depending on the entity requesting the assessment, but the overall reporting principle is roughly the same in all cases.
The environmental impact assessment involves a detailed analysis of the technical project, modeling the potential environmental pollution, identification and quantification of the positive and negative impacts generated by the analyzed project and recommendations containing organizational and technical measures for diminishing the negative impact and increasing the positive impact.
Enviroland has the specialists and competencies needed to highlight and quantify the impact for any type of project and can provide technical assistance during the public debate stage.