EScience Mission

Environmental consulting primarily concerns advice and services pertaining to regulatory compliance, where the role of the environmental consultant is to provide guidance to a client to ensure their continued compliance with applicable legislation.

Whilst the above statement certainly holds true, EScience Associates professional team firmly believe that the firm’s continued success lies in pushing environmental consulting far beyond a mere ‘rubber stamping’ exercise, which has become far too common place in the industry, to a consulting sector that balances tailored client / industry specific needs with best practise environmental management options and alternatives. This is aimed at achieving innovative solutions, to complex challenges, that are financially and environmentally acceptable to our clients, the public and all relevant sphere’s of Government.

It is a fundamental aim of the team of specialists that constitute EScience Associates to apply the most appropriate technology and best practise environmental management techniques available, in order to enable sustainable and measurable improvements in the environmental performance and compliance of our clients.

It is our view that this is best achieved through the development of long-term relationships with our clients and partnerships and with other service providers in the industry.

In essence, it is our goal to provide consistently reliable services and innovative solutions to a wide variety of industry and government sectors. We aim to achieve this by providing incisive and forward looking advice, and providing the highest quality of work at competitive costs. It is our view that this can only be achieved by maintaining confidentiality, independence and high standards of professionalism. For this reason, every project is co-ordinated by a dedicated relationship director. He or she will take primary responsibility for building project relationships, working with the client to delineate and define your objectives within environmental legal constraints and discussing all the available options and developing an agreed approach.