environmental impact analysis


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environmental impact analysis

[in¦vī·ərn¦mənt·əl ′im‚pakt ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(industrial engineering)
Predetermination of the extent of pollution or environmental degradation which will be involved in a mining or processing project.
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October: Environmental impact analysis I finalized.
What You Can Do Write President Vicente Fox [c/o Embassy of Mexico, 1911 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006] to request a thorough environmental impact analysis.
The EPA will be responsible for conducting the environmental impact analysis, while OPS will conduct the pipeline safety and technology analysis.
0luwande, a Nigerian civil engineer and academician, who told conference attendees that the curricula of many engineering facilities in developing nations showed inadequate exposure to environmental impact analysis.
Winning more environmental support is Bush's decision to delay the sale of offshore oil leases for three sensitive areas in California and Florida -- and to forgo collection of a projected $1 billion in revenues they had been expected to bring in -- pending an environmental impact analysis of drilling in these areas by a new task force involving the Interior Department, Energy Department and National Academy of Sciences.
The Feasibility Study would include an economic, traffic and environmental impact analysis.
The only impact analysis instrument of which the public is aware is environmental impact analysis.
The final decision to stand up the fourth squadron at Barksdale was made after an environmental impact analysis was completed.
They argue, among other things, that Interior officials did not follow proper procedures by failing to conduct an environmental impact analysis.
I hope any other expansion developments proposed by the University will undergo an environmental impact analysis before being publicised.
Still, the project still requires an environmental impact analysis, as well as water usage and traffic studies required by county planners.

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