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As our planet faces ever more complex environmental and ecological issues, it is increasingly important to ensure that we strive towards environmental sustainability through responsible and sustainable environmental management. Through conducting Environmental Impact Assessments, Biodiversity Impact Assessments, Environmental Management and Monitoring Plans, and other such environmental studies, we help our clients minimise the adverse impacts of their developments and operations on the natural environment.

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According to the Convention on Biological Diversity, an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is the process of evaluating the likely environmental impacts of a proposed project or development, taking into account inter-related socio-economic, cultural and human-health impacts, both beneficial and adverse.

At TAC, our team of multidisciplinary experts are well equipped to deliver comprehensive EIA services, including initial consultation with government agencies, scoping, baseline data collection, as well as impact identification, assessment, and mitigation. Our team is also experienced in stakeholder engagement consultations, that are often done as part of the EIA process.

By having an in-depth understanding of the proposed project, and working closely with both the client and technical agencies, we aim to assist our clients in achieving a sustainable development.


An EMMP is a systematic approach to mitigate negative environmental impacts and monitor the implementation of these mitigation measures. It is a useful tool to assess whether the mitigation measures taken are effective to reduce or mitigate potential impacts caused by this project to minimal and acceptable levels during the construction phase.

With the rate of development, both in Singapore and the region, it is crucial to ensure that the impacts of development on the natural environment are reduced. TAC works closely with clients through their pre-construction, construction, and operation phase, to ensure that their activities comply with existing legislation and environmental protection guidelines. This will help our clients develop in an environmentally-sensitive manner.