Natural resource development projects (mining, oil and gas, thermal power, pulp and paper, etc.) and manufacturing projects face a myriad of social and environmental requirements domestically and internationally. These social and environmental requirements may include those of corporate policies, domestic and foreign governments, regulatory agencies, and multilateral development banks, and frequently involve substantial socio-cultural, technical, and financial resources. AATA International Inc. provides national and multinational clients with integrated Social and Environmental Management and Monitoring Programs (SEMMPs) to comply with social and environmental requirements. The AATA approach maximizes local partnerships and interaction, which creates the most favorable team – socio-culturally, technically, and financially. Components of the SEMMP may include the following:

  • Environmental Permitting Strategy and Implementation

  • Land Acquisition

  • Air Quality Monitoring and Protection

  • Geochemical Management

  • Erosion and Sediment Control

  • Water Management

  • Water Quality Protection

  • Emergency Preparedness and Response

  • Reclamation/Revegetation

  • Biodiversity Protection, Monitoring, and Management

  • Health and Safety

  • Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures

  • Waste Management

  • Public Consultation and Disclosure

  • Cultural Resources Management

  • Resettlement and Compensation

  • Community Development

  • Stakeholder Engagement

  • Training and Technology Transfer

  • Long-term Environmental Protection and Monitoring

  • Decommissioning and Closure

 

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