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Environmental Monitoring

What is Environmental Monitoring?

Environmental monitoring consists of multiple procedures and operations that characterises and tracks the quality of the environment. This type of monitoring is performed before having environmental impact assessments or while there are human activities being carried out that are potentially harmful to the environment. All environmental monitoring is designed to gather the current status of the environment and all environment monitoring results will be examined and published.

Objectives

Types of Environmental Monitoring Services We Offer

Effluent

Water/Effluent & Groundwater Quality Analysis

Water and Effluent Parameter

Salinity, Total Suspended Solids, Oil & Grease, Heavy Metals, E-Coli, Nitrate- N, Full Std A&B, River Water Interim Std, Drinking Water Std and etc.

 

Groundwater Parameter

pH Value, Turbidity, Color, BOD, Dissolved Oxygen, Total Dissolved, TDS, Oil & Grease, Heavy Metals, Minerals, Aluminium, Cyanide, Fluoride, Nitrate, Nitrite, Phenols, CCE, Chloroform, Organochlorine Pesticides, VOC, SVOC, Herbicides-2,4 D, Alkalinity, Ammonia Nitrogen, Chloride, Chlorine, COD, Total Hardness, Calcium Hardness, Magnesium Hardness, Total Nitrogen, Sulphide, Coliform, E-Coli

Boundary Noise

Boundary Noise Level Monitoring

Noise is commonly defined as unwanted sound, independent of loudness that can produce a desired physiological or psychological effect in an individual, and that may interfere with the social ends of an individual or group. Boundary and environmental noise will be an issue, especially in industrial areas or high population areas, and the source of noise and their adverse effects on our well being can be varied.

 

MySHEQA able to make suitable noise measurement and monitor the environmental noise over periods of durations to measure and assess risk, whilst offering practical solutions which specially design for your needed to reduce the exposure and comply with noise regulation.

One of the common noise monitoring, boundary noise monitoring requested for a combination of regulatory, environmental and measurement of noise exposure to neighbouring premises.

 

Scope of Work

The proposed scope of work aims to conduct assessment and prepare adequate documentation for complying to Environmental Quality Act 1974 PART IV – PROHIBITION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION (Section 23 – Restrictions on noise pollution)

 

The Assessment Process

Boundary noise monitoring will be carried out at 4 locations around the boundaries of each of two facilities which, such locations to be determined at the time the monitoring is carried out. It is anticipated that the boundary noise monitoring exercise will be carried out over one working day

Air Quality

Air Quality Analysis

Particles- TSP/SPM, Respirable Particulate Matter – PM10, Dust Fall, Lead, NOX, SOX, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrocarbon, VOC, Heavy Metals

Air Emission

Sources Air Emission & Isokinetic Monitoring

Particulate Concentration, NOX, SOX, Carbon Monoxide, Oxygen Content, Carbon Monoxide, Dark Smoke Observation

Microbiological

Microbiological Analysis

Coliform, E-Coli, Total Plate Count, Yeast, Mold, Staphylococcus Aureus, Vibrio Parahaemolyticus, Vibrio Chlerae, Salmonella

Solids Analysis

Solids Analysis (Boiler Scales, Sludge, Slag, Clay, Etc.)

pH Value, Moisture Content, Solids Content, Ash Content, Loss on Ignition, Oil & Grease, Organic/Inorganic Content, Sulphur/Sulphate/Sulphide, Heavy Metals, Minerals, Aluminium, Boron, Cyanide, Phosphorus, Phosphate, Silica, Leaching Test