Services

Air and Noise pollution analysis and its Control Measures

  • Outdoor and Indoor Air Monitoring and Analysis
  • Air Auditing for Industries
  • Air Impact Assessment
  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Auditing
  • Odor monitoring, display and control
  • APCT (Air Pollution Control Technology)
  • Air Dispersion Modeling using ISCST 3/AERMOD/CALINE 4
  • Noise Dispersion Modeling
  • Noise Control Technology

Water and wastewater analysis

  • Analysis of Water
    • Surface/ground water as per IS:10500(Essential and complete tests)
    • Natural Mineral water as per IS: 13428
    • Packaged drinking water as per IS: 14543
    • Water for irrigation purpose as per IS: 11624
    • Water for food processing purpose as per IS: 4251
    • Water for feed water/boiler water purpose as per IS: 10496
    • Water for reagent purpose as per IS: 107
  • Implementation of ETPs and STPs
  • Waste Water Analysis
    • Analysis of waste water for discharging into inland surface water, sewers, on land for irrigation etc.

Solid waste management

IECS gives solution in all aspects of solid/hazardous waste management, and has provided answers to meet waste management needs of municipal and industrial clients. We also provide in-house expertise in landfill management, waste transfer and collection, recycling, composting, and energy recovery. IECS’s solid/hazardous waste professionals are all individuals who have focused their professional development on the unique mix of technical, legal, institutional and financial disciplines which are to effectively serve clients in this area.
  • Solid/Hazardous Waste Management
    • Sanitary Landfill Designs
    • Preventive Environmental Management
    • Recycle & Reuse
    • Intervention for Waste Minimization
    • Construction & Demolition Waste Management
    • Waste to Energy Project (WtE)
    • In vessel composting
    • Hazardous waste management
  • Environmental Clearances

India Solar Energy solutions

India comes under at Earth's tropical belt and have an average insolation of 4-7 kWh per m2 per day. The western region of India covered by Rajasthan and Gujarat relishes the highest amount of solar radiation. However, power yield from Solar Photovoltaic technology suffers due to excessively high ambient temperature in such areas. But, an important point to be noted here is that the other parts of Indian subcontinent can also benefit from annual average radiation of 4.5-5.7 kWh/ m2/ day. This makes a strong business case for almost the whole of India in terms of exploring solar potential.

 

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