The Site Report is a documentation developed with view to obtaining the Integrated Environmental Authorisation (IEA) of industrial sites. The purpose of the Site Report is to describe the site condition and the level of onsite contamination existing before installing the equipment subjected to authorisation. Moreover, the study represents a benchmark document for a future moment when the site operations are closed down.
The Site Report must be prepared according to the procedures of the General Technical Guide for the implementation of the IEA issuance procedure (Ministry Order no. 36/2004) as well as to the explicit requirements of the local environmental protection authority that coordinates the authorisation procedure.
During this procedure, AUDITECO GES is also certified to develop other documentations required by the environmental protection authority: the EIA request form and other additional studies/documentations that may be required during the authorisation procedure.
According to the provisions of Government Emergency Ordinance no. 195/2005 on environmental protection, approved with its modifications and completions by Law no. 265/2006, with its ulterior modifications and completions and to the provisions of Ministry Order no. 1026/2009 on the conditions related to the development of environmental reports, environmental impact assessments, environmental site assessments, site reports, SEVESO safety reports and biodiversity studies, AUDITECO GES is registered in the National Environmental Auditors’ Registry under no. 274, being certified to develop every type of environmental study required by the Romanian legislation.