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Mining, Steel and Metallurgy

APLYSIA provides a number of services for the companies of the Mining, Steel and Metallurgy industries. From guidance on procedures for Environmental Licensing, environmental risk assessments, effluent monitoring, and training course for operators. Check below a complete list of what APLYSIA can do for your company, with the punctuality expected.

  • Environmental Licensing.
  • Management of requirements; advisory services to interface with Control Bodies.
  • Development of Reference Terms and Environmental Analysis Plans.
  • Assessment of the environmental risk of chemical inputs used in the productive process of a Effluent Treatment Plant
  • Assessment of the environmental risk of goods for export through the port, in compliance with IMO guidelines.
  • Mapping and inventory of chemical and toxic load in sectoral effluents.
  • Ecotoxicological monitoring of effluents.
  • Definition of the quality indicators and limits for sectoral effluents and input effluents of the Effluent Treatment Plant.
  • Customized environmental awareness training courses for industrial plant operators.
  • Technical training course for operators of Effluent Treatment Plants.
  • Start-up, diagnosis and monitoring of the microbiota of Effluent Treatment Plants.
  • Definition of influence area of the effluent plume in the environment.
  • Performance improvement of Effluent Treatment Plants and cost reduction.
  • Calculation of the maximum ecotoxicity limits for final treated effluents.
  • Identification of the cause and source of effluent toxicity, with solutions for reduction/elimination.
  • Implementation of operating control systems for the Effluent Treatment Plants.
  • Environmental monitoring of surface and ground waters, sediment, and soils.
  • Ecotoxicolgical assessment of the water, sediment and soil in compliance with CONAMA Resolutions 420/2009, 430/2011, and 454/2012.
  • Monitoring of fauna (insects, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals).
  • Monitoring of terrestrial and aquatic flora.
  • Rescue of land fauna and flora, and ichthyofauna.
  • Active and passive monitoring of bioaccumulative compounds
  • Assessment of the contamination level on the biota in the undertaking surroundings.
  • Critical assessment of the history data on ecotoxicity.
  • Integration of environmental data and development of management indicators.
  • Ecological risk analysis of solid waste through isolated tests and microcosms.
  • Alternatives for remediating sediments and soil.
  • Proposal of mitigation alternatives, analyzing social, environmental and economic feasibility scenarios.
  • Development of a Biodiversity Action Plan.