Our services involve identifying environmental impacts that a particular project might have and advise the client on mitigation measures. We also recognize the social impacts and participate in community meeting where independently facilitate the views of the affected community. Whilst development is of great need in the growing South Africa, it is however imperative that both growth and development are sustainable both socially and economically. The social part of it includes environmental sustainability.

Basic Assessment
Typically, Basic Assessment is applied to activities that are considered less likely to have significant environmental impacts and, therefore, .more

Environmental Audits
Through the use of an Environmental Control Officer (ECO) environmental audits entail the monitoring and verification of the fact that..........more

Environmental Management Programmes
An Environmental Management Programme (EMPr) can be defined as "an environmental management tool used to ensure that................more

Occupational Health and Safety Audits
A cross-disciplinary area concerned with protecting the safety, health and welfare of people engaged in work or employment. The goal of
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Strategic Environmental Assessment
Integrated Environmental Management (IEM) is a key instrument of South Africa's National Environmental Management Act (NEMA)...........more

Scoping Environmental Impact Assessments
The Scoping Report (including Plan of Study for EIA) requires a description of the proposed activity and any feasible and reasonable ......more

Waste License Applications
The waste licensing process for listed activities under Schedule 1 in the National Environment Management Waste Act 2008 is as defined
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Waste Management Services
Nzingwe Consultancy strives to assist companies, local authorities and others in the development of appropriate, legally compliant .......more

Water Use License Applications
Water use is licensed in terms of section 21 of the National Water Act (Act 36 of 1998). There are several reasons why water users are........more