Regulatory Services

  • Environmental Impact Assessment & Environmental Management Studies

    • Environmental Clearance, Regulatory Approvals and Environmental Regulatory Compliances

    • ESIA (Environment & Socio Impact Assessment studies) as required by multilateral funding agencies

  • Regulation and compliance

    • Authorizations from State Pollution Control Boards- Consent to Establish & Operate (CTE & CTO), Hazardous Waste Authorizations

    • Other regulatory approvals- Ground Water NOC, CRZ Clearance (Coastal Regulation Zone)

    • Environmental Testing Services for Air, Water, Waste Water, Soil, Solid waste & Noise

  • Environmental Lab & Monitoring services

  • ECBC Compliance

Non Regulatory Services

  • GHG Accounting

  • Restoration of Rivers & Water bodies

  • Environmental Site Assessment/Due Diligence during M & A

  • Environmental Monitoring (Chemical, Physical & Microbiological - Ambient Air, Stack, Indoor Air) Water (Surface, Drinking, Bore well, STP, Treated), Soil, Solid Waste & Noise)

  • Sustainability reporting & GRI

  • Energy & Water Auditing

  • Research & proof of concepts


We believe in the mantra that “What gets measured gets managed” and the Carbon footprint is a key indicator of the organization/ product’s impact on the environment. The inventory and quantifcation of all the sources and sinks of GHG emissions involving the operations of the organization/product will help put a numerical value on the impact.


Compiling an organizations GHG inventory will improve the understanding of its emissions and identify reduction opportunities, set internal GHG targets and report its progress, in turn reduce costs and enhance the brand image of the organization. We provide services as outlined in the column towards determining your Carbon footprint and arriving at solutions to reduce the quantum.

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Sustainability Reporting is the practice of measuring, disclosing and being accountable to internal and external stakeholders for organizational performance towards the goal of sustainable development. It is a broad term considered synonymous with others used to describe reporting on economic, environmental & social impacts (e.g., triple bottom line, corporate responsibility reporting, etc.). A sustainability report should provide a balanced and reasonable representation of the sustainability performance of a reporting organization- both positive and negative contributions.

Publishing a sustainability report leads to various business benefits both internally and externally. Internally: Improve management systems; Motivate employees; Identify strength & weakness; Externally: Attract funding; Improved corporate reputation with stakeholders & public; Gain competitive advantage.