Environmental Management

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Dawei Deep Seaport Port Project

Client : Italian-Thai Development Public Company Limited
Administered by : TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd.

Dawei is a port at the head of the Dawei River estuary. It is a city in the southeast of Myanmar and is the capital of the Tanintharyi Region. After completion, Dawei will become one of Southeast Asia’s important ports. It will link countries in the Indian Ocean, the Middle East, Europe, and Africa, without the need to pass the Malacca Strait. It will have the capacity to handle over 100 metric tons of cargo annually. The project comprises three phases: 1. construction of the public infrastructure; 2. construction of the deep seaport; and 3. construction of the industrial estate.

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Environmental Examination (IEE) of Siam City Cement Factory in Cambodia

Client: Siam City Cement Public Company Limited
Administered by : TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd. 

Siam City Cement Public Company Limited has been established in Thailand for more than four decades. The company has a plan to establish a production base in Cambodia under the support of Holcim Ltd., its Swiss-based parent company and big cement manufacturer in Switzerland.

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Initial Environmental Examination for Uthai Thani-based Biomass Power Plant Project

Client:   Vithai Biopower Company Limited
Administered by:
TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd.

Out of its commitment to sustainable energy development, Vithai Biopower Company Limited has embarked on the project to set up a biomass power plant in Boryang sub-district, Sawang Arom district, Uthai Thani province. This 9.5 megawatt power plant will use Vithai grass and paddy husks from rice mills for power generation. The power from the facility will be sold to the Provincial Electricity Authority under its Small Power Producer (SPP) project.

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Replacement of Units 4 – 7 at Mae Moh Power Plant, Lampang

Client : Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
Administered by : TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd.

Having a combined capacity of 600 megawatt, the units 4 – 7 of the lignite-burning Mae Moh power plant have operated for more than 25 years. Construction of the new plant as replacement for these units was planned to meet the domestic demand for electricity and to ensure national energy security. The new plant, with the 600 megawatt capacity, will be located on an area of 44 rai within the Mae Moh power plant compound.

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