The development of mining operations whether they be a green field mining development or expansion of an existing operation require approval from the respective mineral resource, planning and environmental authorities at a commonwealth, state and local government level.
These approvals can be detailed and complex having to address a broad range of mineral resource, environmental, planning and community issues including:
EnviroRisk Management can provide project management and technical assistance for these Approvals.
Our network of specialists is available to undertake the required assessments and prepare all the documentation required by the Approval process including:
Proven experience is available for mining development approvals across Australia
If a proposed development will result in a discharge into the environment (air, water or land) or if an expansion of an existing facility is going to alter the discharge, it is likely an environmental approval (eg. EIS, Planning, EPA Works Approvals) will be required.
Environmental approvals require an impact assessment that highlights issues that will interact with the environment/community. Issues include:
The Approval process is designed to address potential pollution issues, community concerns and environmental management issues prior to commencing with the development or expansion.
EnviroRisk Management can provide the technical assistance in gaining regulatory approvals including Planning Approvals and Environmental (EPA) Approvals. EnviroRisk Management’s network of specialists are available to undertake the required assessments and prepare all the documentation required by the Approval process; be it an
During the development of applications, there are a number of necessary meetings with regulatory bodies and the community. EnviroRisk Management has vast experience with regulatory dealings and responding to technical enquiries.
Experience is available for EPA and planning approval information, including an EIS/EIA processes for industrial developments and expansions in Victoria and New South Wales.