Environmental impact Studies

An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), describes all effects of the planned activities on the environment, including nature and human aspects. Drawing up an EIA is bound by special procedural steps and is usually a lengthy process. In most cases, it is a multidisciplinary team of EIA experts on water, soil, fauna and flora, noise, landscape, etc. that draw up an EIA.


Part of the EIA team for the following EIA-studies:

Tractebel-Engie (2007-2014) 

  • Environmental impact assessment for the improvement of the navigation conditions on the Romanian-Bulgarian common sector of the Danube and accompanying studies (Ministry of Transport Romania).

  • Construction of flooding zones and nature reserves within the framework of the actualised Sigmaplan (Belgium)

    • GIS analysis and data management

    • Controlled flooding zone ‘Polder van Lier’: EIA exemption document

    • Controlled flooding zone ‘Potpolder IV’: draft-EIA document, motivated request, tree inventory (tree felling request).

  • Appropriate assessment for the relocation of a radar tower in Prosperpolder.

  • Plan EIA for the strategic plan of the seaport of Antwerp (GIS-coordinator, GIS-analysis and data management).


Walsh Ecuador (2013)

  • Environmental Impact Assessment for the petroleum exploration drilling project ’80-Sur’ (Petroamazonas EP): assisted in field campaign for socio-economic baseline study (including interviews with local indigenous communities).

  • Third party review of environmental impact assessment (ecological chapters) for the extension of the existing exploration tunnel at Curraghinalt as part of on-going exploration works for the ‘Curraghinalt Gold Project’ near Rousky, Co Tyrone (Northern Ireland).


Julie Callebaut




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