Preserving the environment during the implementation of industrial projects
We can intervene at all stages of a project:
Environmental Baseline Study (EBS)
Design of Avoid, Reduce or Compensate measures (impact study)
Monitoring of operating impacts and design of adaptation measures
Environmental Baseline Studies can take the form of seabed mapping, studies of the quality of the marine environment, or inventories of fauna and flora. They are conducted both close to the coast and offshore, at shallow depths as well as in very great depths.
At the design stage and depending on the data collected during the initial assessment, CREOCEAN works with contracting authorities to prevent projects from affecting the marine environment. The objective is to avoid negative impacts. If this is not possible, we must strive for impact reduction and lastly intelligent compensation.
Monitoring is carried out once the industrial project is complete. This involves conducting various studies on different compartments of the marine environment to estimate the impact of operations.
These controls vary in terms of sampling effort or frequency, size of project and the requirements of each country.
CREOCEAN teams work both nationally and internationally for private industrial operators or public entities:
Extraction of marine aggregates
Marine Renewable Energies
EBS Studies for Exploration Wells preparation CI-705 and CI-706 in Ivory Coast
IVORY COAST - Sub-Saharan Africa and Indian ocean
Monitoring of the bathymetry and the burial depth of Viatel submarine cable
Somme (80) - France
Pilot Farm establishment for Floating Wind Turbines off the Languedoc Coast: Geophysical Campaign
Aude (11) - France
Monitoring of the receiving environment of the Maera wastewater treatment plant effluent outfalls