Environmental management is about more than ticking boxes. It means reducing your impact on the environment and making your business more efficient.
A well-developed Environmental Policy and Environmental Management System will help keep you not only comply with legislation, but also improve your tender processes and the culture of responsibility in your business.
We help our clients ensure that all environmental impacts of proposed projects are considered and mitigated against, prior to the submission of planning applications.
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We provides practical, relevant and easy to understand advice, guidance and implementation support to ensure the health & safety of your staff and visitors, and meet legislative requirements.
Health and safety legislation impacts on the vast majority of business operations, although how compliance is achieved can vary considerably. So whether it is about knowing where your organisation’s own processes need supplementing or if specialist intervention is required, we make sure support is integrated where it is needed. This sees compliance become more of a value added activity as opposed to just identifying non compliance or gaps in your processes.
We provides carbon and energy management services to businesses and organisations looking to improve their energy efficiency, reduce their energy consumption or carbon output, save money and comply with legislation.
Our expert energy consultancy team is dedicated to identifying opportunities to make real energy efficiency savings – whether for a large mixed used property portfolio or a single office building.
Through an evaluation of your existing building stock, we can develop an integrated building energy management strategy considering: renewable energy feasibility, energy metering and monitoring systems, low and zero carbon technologies and energy brokering as applicable.
USLL innovative approach to environmental consulting enables clients to achieve their sustainable business and corporate responsibility aspirations.An environmental impact assessment (“EIA”) is required on larger developments where triggered by The Town and Country Planning (Environmental Impact Assessment) Regulations, such as multiple wind turbine installations, intensive livestock installations and major housing development. The EIA is the entire process whereby information about the environmental effects of a project is collated and assessed. This is taken into account when considering whether a project should go ahead or not.
We act as the lead consultant for the production of EIAs and provide an assessment of the full range of environmental impacts using our network of specialists. This includes air quality and health, landscape and visual impact, traffic, amenity, ecology, noise and vibration, water and soils.
Waste & Recycling
We understands the life cycle of products, urban development and strategic resources such as water and energy. Through this understanding, we bring a holistic approach to the management of resources and waste.
We help clients rethink their use of finite resources through good design and development of streamlined systems. We find better ways to prevent, reuse, recycle and recover energy from waste.
Arup delivers solutions through the entire waste lifecycle, from waste management strategies and waste servicing solutions, to designs for recycling and waste-to-energy facilities that are innovative, sustainable and affordable.