Digby Wells has vast experience with mine dewatering projects throughout the resources industry. Our capabilities and experience can assist in improving the feasibility, safety, productivity and profitability of any open cast or underground mining project.
Rehabilitation auditing is vitally important to the rehabilitation and closure process, providing the means to determine the effectiveness and efficiency of the current rehabilitation methods. It allows the identification and correction of shortfalls and unsuccessful practices early in the closure process, thereby improving rehabilitation and reducing costs. Digby Wells has a dedicated team to “Improve your bottom line, both on the ground and in your financials”.
Nature conservation lies at the heart of many of the employees at Digby Wells Environmental. In many cases the primary driver for their chosen career path has been a passion for the conservation of nature. It is therefore only natural that the employees at Digby Wells have been driven for the past 25 years by the Company vision “To move us from the world we live in, to the world we seek”, and provide sustainable environmental and social solutions throughout the resources industry.
We will Illustrate the changes between the 2019 and 2012 Mining Codes in an easy-to-use, tabular format and will provide ongoing assistance throughout your journey towards compliance.
Resettlement is not just the relocation of households. It refers to measures to address a broad range of impacts related to Project Land Acquisition, including:
- Physical displacement (relocation of households/ communities);
- Economic displacement (loss of agricultural land, natural resources, business opportunities, etc.);
- Grave relocation; and
- Impact on cultural heritage resources.
Aligned to International Standards, including the IFC Performance Standards, World Bank Environmental and Social Standards as well as in-country local requirements, our team of highly qualified, experienced and innovative specialists will support your organisation in creating and sustaining positive value for all stakeholders and communities in which you operate.
The Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries has published Directions to curtail the threat posed by the COVID 19 Pandemic whilst still providing the relevant environmental permit and licensing services and to ensure that fair licencing and public participation processes prevail while the state of disaster remains in force.
Our Team of Environmental and Legal Professionals can assist with your permitting and licence requirements with regards to pre-application meetings, site visits, public participation, ensuring reports are available for comment, submission of reports, notifying I&AP’s, conducting specialist studies etc.