Environmental  sample  testing  (air, water, soil, noise, hazardous waste, civil material)

  1.  Rainwater harvesting studies & performance testing
  2. Testing for building material, water and soil, metals and non-metals, pesticides and microbiological samples analysis
  3.   Performance & Efficiency Studies for ETP, STP and ZDS (Pre and Post commissioning project)

Operation and maintenance for (ETP, STP, RO, UF, GREEN BELT, GARDENS & LABORATORIES)

  1. Treatment of Industrial Effluents by Advanced Technology
  2. Treatment of Sewage Wastewater by Green & Sustainable Technology
  3. Specialized Advanced Tertiary treatments like UF, RO, AOP and Ozone
  4. Zero Liquid Discharge Setup for various Industries & Townships

Fly ash management & utilisation as MoEF

The unutilized fly ash in relation to the target during a year, if any shall be utilized within next two years in addition to the targets stipulated for these years and the balance unutilized fly ash accumulated over the first four years shall be utilized progressively over the next five years in addition to 100% utilization of concurrent generation of fly ash.

However, fixation of any specific target and success on fulfillment thereof presupposes the establishment and creation of a platform where both suppliers and takers would feel lucrative and be benefitted.

EMP for waste water utilisation

The EMP is the document that provides a description of the methods and procedures for mitigating and monitoring impacts. The EMP also contains environmental objectives and targets which the project proponent or developer needs to achieve in order to reduce or eliminate negative impacts.

Designers of wastewater treatment works are responsible for the understanding and implementation of all relevant legislation regarding the planning, design, construction and operation of wastewater treatment works according to the Internal Guideline

 Environmental Due Diligence Audits:

Environmental due diligence audits help clients to identify potential environmental liabilities prior to undertaking or assuming certain responsibilities or obligations. It enables companies to assess the impact of their organization on the environment and to check mandatory environmental standards and voluntary requirements.

Green belt development specific to industry

Greenbelt is the selection and plantation of a species or groups of species of trees and shrubs to reduce the effect of a source of pollutant. The most efficient greenbelt development not only abates pollution. The objective of Green belt varies from country to country and region to region. The common objectives are to protect natural environments such as biodiversity, etc, to improve air quality of the region, pollution control, to maintain micro climate of the region

Environmental, HSE, and safety trainings & awareness

We conduct various programs to train employees in environment, health and safety in handling of chemicals, electrical, mechanical and civil operations/ project

  • Environmental Awareness –IEMA, ESA, Walkover Site Survey as per ASTM, EMS site execution
  • Occupational Health, Safety & Environment ( IOSH, NEBOSH,  First Aid & Ergonomics)
  • Fire Safety & Risk Management ( Chemical, Oil & Gas, Mechanical & Electrical Operations)
  • Environmental Modeling Training for Ground Water & Air Quality

Technical studies, liaison for permits & clearances

  • Environmental Clearance
  • Consent to Establish, Consent to Operate
  • Hazardous Waste Authorization
  •  Annual Return Applications & Reports
  • Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
  • Annual Environmental & Hazardous Waste Management Studies and Audits
  • Environmental Management Plan for Construction, Demolition, (CEMP/ DEMP)
  • Environmental Risk & Impact Studies (HAZID, HAZOP, IAM)
  • Environmental Due Diligence & Related Audits
  •  Socio – economic & health environment / social assessment

Environmental modeling (water, air and noise)

Air and Noise models are based on sophisticated simulation methods and powerful computer programs that capture how catastrophes both natural and man-made—behave and impact the built environment.

Modelling engineers combine simulations of the natural occurrence patterns and characteristics of anthropogenic releases, with information on property values, construction types, and occupancy classes. Model output provides information concerning the potential for large losses before they occur so companies can prepare for their Contamination due leakages or spills groundwater /soil is contaminated which could be remediated by systematic risk assessment through GW mapping and modelling for its extent of contaminations across the project area to delineate the remediation,


Sustainable  environmental related material design & supply

  • Ozone System
  • Reverse Osmosis Plant ( Domestic, Commercial, and Industrial)
  • Greenbelt related plants and material
  • Nursery Development material
  • Water & Wastewater related chemicals
  • Environmental Monitoring & sampling Equipments ( Air, Noise & Water)
  • Organic Compost and manure Units
  • Interior Plants & pots
  • Red Color circle correction given in other/ previous slides also address is changed

Beginner’s course


  • Overview and fundamentals of MODFLOW
  • History and applications of MODFLOW and MODPATH
  • Review of numerical grids, boundary conditions, solvers, etc.

Case Studies

  • Review of case studies applying MODFLOW, MODPATH and MT3DMS

Model Development

  • Construction of a simple MODFLOW model with MODPATH.
  • Numerical design, two boundary conditions, constant head, river, well, well head capture, drain, changing boundary condition type
  • Construction of a real world case model, assigning no flow and river boundary conditions, importing top and bottom of aquifer in model
  • Moving into the third dimension, 5 layer model, transient simulation

Model Calibration

  • Calibration of models using a real case study, applying PEST and the pilot point method of calibration

Advanced course

We are excited to present you with our latest offer in the area of groundwater modeling. The 5 hours course is intended for advanced modelers and include following topics, each lasting about 1 hours. By Expert across Globe viz., Russian & American Subject Specialists

  • 3D and 2D Contaminant transport modeling of dissolved species with MT3DMS covering also 1D unsaturated flow and transport modeling with HYDRUS 1D
  • Heat transport modeling in groundwater with MT3DMS and SEAWAT
  • Calibration with PEST method of pilot points with regularization
  • BEOPEST parallel processing in PEST calibration with use of Cloud Servers
  • Density dependent flow (salt water intrusion) with SEAWAT

ARC-GIS course

Here some more info about GIS course:

  • It is done via Skype & ON LINE, with ArcGis Expert across Globe viz., Russian & American Subject Specialists
  • It lasts 7 hours and costs on request
  • Here is what we will do for course:
    • 1st class – ArcCatalog
    • 2nd class – Basic interface in ArcGis
    • 3rd class – Geo-referencing of maps
    • 4th and 5th class – Digitizing maps (two hours)
    • 6th class – preparing for final drawings and printing
    • 7th class – raster manipulation, Spatial Analyst, preparing for making aquifer vulnerability maps
  • With course you will get different and carefully chosen text and video material. Also, you need to purchase one book about GIS (as per actual) in which you will get copy of ArcGis for free for 6 months and a lot of video material so you can practice on your own

Remote Sensing Courses

Introduction to remote sensing and application of satellite imageries in engineering work

After this course participants will understand theory behind remote sensing and its practical application in  geology,  hydrogeology,  agriculture, forestry.  Every lecture is covered with video material which is sent to attendees. Also, a lot of additional material in form of pdf’s is given to attendees

1st lecture, duration 1 hour

  • What is remote sensing?
  • Electromagnetic spectrum, wavelengths, frequency of electromagnetic radiation from Sun
  • Interaction of electromagnetic radiation from Sun with objects on Earth
  • Types of platforms that carries sensors on satellites
  • Historical overview of remote sensing
  • Basic information

2nd lecture, duration 1 hour

  • Spatial resolution of satellite images
  • Spectral resolution of satellite images
  • Radiometric resolution of satellite images
  • Temporal resolution of satellite images

3rd lecture, duration 1 hour

  • Theory and application of Landsat series of satellites
  • Landsat overview: History, Capabilities and Application
  • Composite images
  • Example use cases of Landsat data
  • Landsat data discovery and access (learn how to download and use Landsat images)

4th lecture, duration 1 hour

  • Theory and application of Sentinel 2A satellite
  • Sentinel 2A data discovery and access (learn how to download and use Sentinel 2A images)

5th lecture, duration 1 hour

  • Theory and application of ASTER satellite
  • Introduction to ASTER sensor
  • Description of ASTER data products
  • Example use cases of ASTER data
  • How to download ASTER data