Water is an extremely important resource as it relates to everything biologically living. Water is used for important things. Increasing of water demand due to the combination of population growth, environmental degradation and climate change bring us new challenges in water management and regulations. MAB Environmental Consultancy (MAB-EC) has global expertise in integrated water resources management, applied hydrology, hydrologic modelling and water resources protection.

We deliver a wide range of water-related counselling; from early phase strategic analyses and project scoping to designing and implementing infrastructure solutions. We combine our experience and knowledge in order to develop sustainable solutions which give the right balance between society’s needs and protecting nature.

Adapting to Climate Change
The current situation with global warming will lead to a global sea level rise, increasing the risk of flooding in low-lying coastal regions. The climate change will cause the extreme weather involving various disasters which resulting in flooding from rivers and urban drainage systems of insufficient capacity.

These challenges call for adaptive measures in river basin management, water supply, storm- and wastewater management and agriculture. Modelling and risk assessment of flooding from the sea, rivers and drainage systems which we provide allow our customers to make informed decisions about future investments. Investment in climate-adapted buildings and infrastructure can help to safeguard the standards of living and can avoid undesirable human and material costs from extreme weather and flooding.

  • Modeling capabilities
  • Specific expertise in a wide variety of industries, including, glass, steel,  transportation and waste management
  • Expertise with numerous air quality models, including AERMOD and CalPuff
  • Integrated risk management for air quality decision making, informed by sophisticated toxicological expertise

We make assessments of flooding possibilities from all sources, including coastal waters, rivers, surface water, groundwater, and man-made structures such as reservoirs, overland flow, site drainage and public sewers. Our services include: flood risk assessment, hydrological assessment and surveys, due diligence studies, master planning, cost benefit analyses, socio-economic calculations, strategic master plans and investment planning.

We have an in-depth understanding of how flooding can affect a project development so we provide flood risks reports to our clients and project design team members. And in close cooperation with the landscape architects, traffic planners, road and tunnel engineers, biologists, geologists, geographers, economists etc.,we ensure that flood risks are understood, fully assessed, appropriately mitigated and all possible measures are taken to minimize those risks.

Our services include:

  • Hydrological assessment and surveys
  • Due diligence studies, master planning and site proposals
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Cost benefit analyses
  • Socio-economic calculations
  • Flood risk assessment
  • Strategic master plans and investment planning

We provide our clients in diversified industries with assistance in process design, technology selection, equipment specification, tender appraisal, permitting, planning, construction management, start-up, commissioning, and operations. Our technical services include cost-effective and sustainable design, operation of water and wastewater treatment systems.

Our technical services provide for cost-effective and sustainable design and operation of water and wastewater treatment systems in the face of increasingly stringent external and internal performance expectations.

Technology Selection and Operations

Process designs and feasibility studies include process optimization evaluation, mass balances (flow, organics, nitrogen, solids, and salt), detailed process flow and instrumentation diagrams. We offer comprehensive bench-scale and pilot-scale investigations to select the most appropriate water and wastewater treatment technologies.

Specific engineering service areas include:

•Treatability testing to enable technology evaluation and selection

•Commissioning, startup and continued technical support in operations

•Operations troubleshooting including microscopic analyses

•Operations training, performance assessments and energy audits

•Facility water, mass, and energy balances and audits

•Water reuse and recycle strategy