Environmental Management and Compliance

Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) works with companies to reduce and manage environmental and social risks that may arise during project development, operations, or closure and decommissioning. We assist companies to meet the numerous and often complex regulatory requirements and at the same time address community and social concerns. Our practical experience with a wide range of projects in numerous geographic locations can support companies to overcome any challenges associated with effective management of the environment and regulatory requirements.

See below for feature projects. Go to Search Our Projects to see more.

Highland Valley Copper Mine
Antamina Copper/Zinc Mine
Fenix
Ruby Creek Molybdenum Mine
IAMGOLD Tanzania

Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) can assist with the development of tailored management and monitoring plans to meet regulatory requirements, company standards and current leading practice for any size or stage of project. We can also assist with the development of specialized plans to meet specific site needs, such as biodiversity offset strategies and planning.

Our team includes experienced auditors who can assist with ensuring that all monitoring procedures and results, and all commitments have been fulfilled. KCB’s experience is global; we have assisted companies in the day-to-day management of their environmental and social risks in Canada, Peru, Australia, SE Asia, East and West Africa and throughout South America.

KCB employees have conducted risk assessments, developed management plans and assisted companies and operations to comply with a variety of international frameworks including: Equator Principles, International Finance Corporation Performance Standards, International Council on Mining and Metals Sustainable Development Framework and the International Cyanide Management Code.

Services:

  • Environmental effects monitoring program design and implementation
  • Environmental and social management plans
  • Environmental compliance auditing
  • Environmental construction monitoring