One key aspect of construction environmental monitoring is air and water quality monitoring. This involves monitoring the levels of pollutants and other substances in the air and water near the construction site and taking action to reduce or control emissions if necessary. This may include using air filtration systems, installing sediment control measures, or implementing a stormwater management plan.Another important aspect of construction environmental monitoring is waste management.
This involves properly disposing of construction waste and debris, such as concrete, wood, and metal, to prevent pollution and protect the environment. Construction companies may need to use specialised facilities and processes to manage waste and obtain permits and follow specific regulations to do so.
At BBN, our consultation services are extremely in-depth, ensuring you’re aware of all aspects of environmental monitoring. To effectively monitor environmental impacts and safety issues, you need to be on top of certain types:
Soil — We’ll collect soil samples to assess and monitor any potential environmental threats or issues, such as degradation or contaminant identification.
Atmosphere — BBN will also conduct airborne environmental monitoring to identify any potential hazards to your workers.
Water — Our NATA-accredited lab can effectively monitor any issues found in water supplies to let you know if the area is safe to work in.