Development of a conceptual hydrogeological model of a mine in Moatize, a city in the province of Tete in Mozambique.
This work allowed the characterization of the underground water dynamics and its geometry as well as the configuration of the aquifer units, recharge and discharge zones, the vulnerability of these hydrogeological systems to possible contaminants, and the water availability inherent to the project in question and some adjacent areas.
Development of technical, administrative and management services for an animal reintegration program in a fauna shelter located in the region of Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
The services in question consist of the development of activities for the reception, treatment and shelter of hundreds of domestic and wild animals in a specific structure, operating 24 hours a day. These services include the necropsy of animals from the fauna shelter or brought from other rescue fronts.
They also include the promotion of welfare and environmental enrichment for the animal with a view to the reintegration of each of the rescued animals, in addition to the management of the adoption process based on specific protocols and other activities.
CLAM Team was able to provide an efficient management of customer demand with cost reduction and achievement of goals for the prevention and treatment of diseases and injuries, prevention and relief of pain and stress, immunization, supply of food and other conditions designed to meet the needs of these animals.
Evaluation of the influence of dredging on schools of fish and the evaluation of impacts on the drift of eggs and larvae (ichthyoplankton) in the Paraopeba River, in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
The services consist of the development of environmental programs for the collection of carcasses, monitoring of dredging and shoals, fish harvesting, monitoring of water quality parameters, monitoring of ichthyoplankton in addition to necropsy for the evaluation of ichthyofauna causa mortis. At the peak of the work, a team of professionals was mobilized, in addition to all the necessary resources such as vessels, vehicles, engines, as well as all the necessary certification of the personnel involved.
For the development of these services and to meet the demands of the Customer, a robust multidisciplinary team was selected to operate in company with strong technical expertise and different levels of seniority dedicated to complying with the regulations and legislation related to the theme as issued by the different regulatory bodies involved. in company com forte expertise técnica e diferentes níveis de senioridade dedicada ao atendimento às determinações e legislação relacionada ao tema emanada pelos diferentes órgãos reguladores envolvidos. in company com forte expertise técnica e diferentes níveis de senioridade dedicada ao atendimento às determinações e legislação relacionada ao tema emanada pelos diferentes órgãos reguladores envolvidos.
Development of a plan for monitoring of surface waters, bottom sediments, soils, fish, fruits and tree canopy as a result of the application of flame retardants in areas where forest fire mitigation actions are planned in the state of Pará, Brazil.
For the development of the services, collections and laboratory analyses of samples were necessary to assess the impacts resulting from the application of the retardant based on the legal/regulatory parameters of the resolutions of the National Environment Council, Brazilian Association of Technical Standards, National Water Agency, National Sanitary Surveillance Agency and the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Brazilian agencies that govern the subject in question. The evaluation of the canopy by aerial images of the application areas was carried out using drone overflights. An evaluation of possible impacts was also provided, such as the significant loss of canopy leaves, changes in the canopy color pattern and tree mortality.
The following services were provided by the CLAM team, among others: qualitative and quantitative hydrogeological/hydrological characterization and monitoring, hydrogeochemical background characterization, characterization of the acid drainage generation potential, water studies for the definition of water balance and dewatering of the pit, technical studies to request water use permits and discharge of effluents, development of the Environmental Management System to be used when operating the mine in addition to monitoring fauna and flora and environmental licensing of the landfill and the concrete plant that will serve the project.
Monitoring works to de-characterize dams, with a view to identifying archaeological structures to prevent possible impacts on Archaeological Heritage.
Hiking activities, by Archeology professionals, in the areas affected by the works, identification, isolation and signaling of archaeological assets, dissemination of knowledge to collaborators of the works and communication of preventive actions to Organs competent bodies, through official letters and/or technical reports.
Assessment of speleological potential, prospecting, area of influence studies, relevance studies, monitoring in mine operation areas, in order to assess potential impacts.
Surveys in speleological databases; walking/mapping in the field; detailed topographic surveys; biospeleological and geospeleological surveys, monitoring of particulate matter; photographic monitoring; physical integrity monitoring; monitoring of cave fauna.
Mine operations with the need to plan structured actions, in line with the best international practices, in order to guarantee the physical and chemical stability of the structures, enabling the future use and socio-environmental sustainability of the enterprise in the decommissioning and post-decommissioning phases.
Details of actions related to decommissioning, such as the process of definitive decommissioning of structures, associated aspects and impacts, applicable control and mitigation measures, evaluation of possible future uses, justification for the chosen future use, costs involved and schedule.
Development of the Preliminary Assessment Report and the Confirmatory Investigation Plan in areas of paralyzed mines.
Survey of primary and secondary data, including, for example, temporal aerial photogrammetric survey, in order to characterize changes in land use and occupation in the target area and its surroundings; field interviews and inspections. The Confirmatory Investigation Plan is prepared according to the availability, quality of data and information obtained, which will underlie the Initial Conceptual Model of the Area - MCA, with its different levels of uncertainties.
Through the collection of data and developed studies, the aim is to find evidence, clues or facts that allow suspecting the existence of contamination in the areas, verifying the need or not to continue the investigation (execution of the Confirmatory Investigation Plan).