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Geohydrological status assessment

  • Borehole, aquifer and groundwater infrastructure status assessment
  • Hydro-chemical assessment
  • Socio-economic status and demand assessments
  • GIS based database compilation and presentations

Geohydrological resource development

  • Remote sensing
  • Hydrogeological mapping
  • Borehole drilling sub-contractual procurement, supervision and management
  • Aquifer testing sub-contractual procurement, supervision and management
  • Groundwater quality assessment
  • Data processing, interpretation and Database development
  • Water use recommendations and resource development 
  • Groundwater Awareness Creation and Training

Specialised hydro- and geohydrological services

  • Conceptual, analytical and numerical modelling of groundwater and surface water
  • GIS surveying

Hydrological and geohydrological management services

  • Establishment of management zone and available groundwater potential per zone
  • Compilation of an Integrated Water and Waste Water Management Plans (IWWMP)
  • Development of management dashboard and related water management tools
  • Groundwater Management Plan development and Implementation
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Groundwater Use Licensing (e-WULA)


The Importance of Environmental Management:

Environmental management projects and related engineering processes regulate the interaction between human activities and the natural environment, developing solutions to potential environmental crises worldwide. The assessment and management of these activities are fundamental in the preservation of natural resources.

AGES provides the following services to meet the statutory requirements in terms of Environmental Legislation:

• Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs)
• Basic Assessment Reports (BARs)
• Integrated Water Use Licence Applications (IWULA)
• Environmental Control
• Ecological specialist studies (Fauna and Flora)
• Biodiversity Assessments
• Environmental Feasibility Reports (Screening)
• Environmental Fatal Flaw Assessments
• Environmental Management Programmes (EMPr’s)

When is Environmental Management Services required?

• Agricultural Activities
• Mining Activities
• Energy, Petroleum & Electricity Generation Projects
• Land Clearance Activities
• Construction Projects
• Pipeline Construction
• Bulk Water Transportation
• Animal Slaughtering
• Aquaculture
• Agri-Industrial Facilities
• Residential Developments
• Commercial Developments
Recreational Developments including Resorts and Lodges
• Decommissioning of certain listed activities