Our office will be closed from Monday 21 December 2020 and will re-open on Monday 4 January 2021   For any urgent matters, please email info@envass.co.za   We wish you the best for this holiday season and look forward to working with you in the new year. Happy holidays!   Best regards   The...

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One of the less known but important annual celebrations is World Soil Day. In 2002 the International Union of Soil Sciences proposed that the 5th of December be the day to celebrate World Soil Day, in order to raise awareness of the enormous role that...

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Invasive Alien Plants (IAPs) are frequently considered as a main threat to biodiversity and economic development. IAPs are described as species which are ‘non-indigenous’ to an area and which have been introduced from other countries either intentionally (for domestic or commercial use) or accidentally; furthermore,...

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Water quality monitoring forms part of operational and regulatory compliance requirements associated with Water Use Licences (WUL), Environmental Monitoring Programmes (EMPr) and general duty of care (NEMA Section 28) and it is therefore vital to ensure accurate assessment of water resources.   Real-time monitoring or alternatively referred...

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Managing aspects of Health, Safety and the Environment requires a set of disciplines to holistically ensure all activities, processes, materials, equipment and operations are assessed for their impacts and appropriately dealt with. The impact on the environment, employees and even communities must always be considered...

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On Saturday the 24th October 2020 the globe will be cerebrating World Fish Migration Day to raise awareness on the importance of free-flowing rivers and the migration of the highly important ichthyofauna (fish). In the wake of an increasingly urbanised and transformed world, the conservation...

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