Plant Audits

Plant audits are undertaken to ensure compliance with Government regulations dealing with air, water and solid waste discharges. This step-by-step process consists of a preliminary review of background information followed by identification of areas of concern.

A Typical Plant Audit Includes:

  • investigation of plant site
  • documentation of all processes and discharges
  • detailed sampling and analysis
  • review of discharge applications and permits
  • briefing of corporate management and/or regulatory officials
  • preparation of report which includes findings and recommendations for remedial work

A plant audit is designed as an accurate, cost-conscious evaluation of the environmental status of the facility. The emphasis of the programme is to identify areas of environmental risk.