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Is your company in the Port business? APLYSIA provides a number of environmental solution services such as Ecological Risk Assessment, Environmental Requirement Management and Dredging Licensing Studies. Your company can forge ahead with these and many other services offered by APLYSIA, which are presented below.

  • Study of the nature of the sediment to be dredged pursuant to CONAMA Resolution 454/2012.
  • Performance of the ecotoxicological tests pursuant to CONAMA Resolution 454/2012.
  • Simulation of dredging in an elutriate laboratory.
  • Assessment of the ecological risk of dredging of sediments.
  • Assessment of the bioaccumulation potential of sediment contaminants on the biota and recommendation for disposal of the dredged material.
  • Development of a spreadsheet for assessing impacts on the environment, on fishing, on the economy for each disposal alternative.
  • Modeling of the dredging plume.
  • Identification of the toxicity cause in the liquid and solid fraction of sediments pursuant to EPA-USA.
  • Assessment of possible alternatives for disposal of dredged sediments.
  • Definition of the maximum concentration of sediment for disposal without causing environmental damages.
  • Assessment of the current disposal area in order to check that it is able to receive more dredged sediments.
  • Searching and assessment of new disposal areas in the sea for dredged sediment.
  • Assessment of disposal alternatives for dredged material not approved by IBAMA.
  • Environmental study for dredging licensing.
  • Management of environmental requirements.
  • Development of a Dredging Management Plan in order to ensure fewer physical, chemical and biological impacts.
  • Environmental monitoring of dredging and the area for disposal of dredged sediments.
  • Environmental assessment of the area for disposal of dredged sediments.
  • Definition of an environmental recovery term for the disposal area.
  • Integration of the chemical and biological data, and definition of the management indicators.
  • Alternatives for remediating sediments and environmental liabilities.

  • Monitoring of port activities.
  • Active and passive monitoring of compounds that bioaccumulate in tissues of water organisms and algae.
  • Assessment of the environmental risk of goods exported by sea, pursuant to IMO guidelines.