Air Waste Sewage Drinking water Rainwater Aquifer water Process water Energy Risks and Health Contaminated sites and soils

The Air that we breath is an essential component of our environment, air quality directly impacts our health. Smells coming from an installation can significantly inconvenience local inhabitants.

Waste management, which is the collection, transport and treatment of waste, is one of the major stakes for local authorities and their private partners.

The management and treatment of sewage is essential for the preservation of a healthy environment. Sewage has multiple sources: it can be urban sewage or industrial sewage or run-off water.

Drinking water is an essential resource for mankind. Even if 70% of the surface of the planet is covered in water, only a tiny part of it is fit for human consumption.

Rainwater management is a constraint for local authorities and industrials. The increasing impermeability of surfaces has led to an increase in run-off and the resulting volume of this rainwater

Aquifer water supplies cities and industry. Aquifers are a resource that is slowly renewed thanks to rain and snow.

Process water used in industry comes into contact with pollutants. This process water, which is essential to the correct operation of industry

Today many factors contribute to the increasing value of renewable energy: the reduced resources and increased cost of fossil fuels, the limitation of greenhouse gases and the improvement of energy performance associated with the new thermal building regulations.

Today, making sure of the regulatory compliance of installations and the Safety and Health of employees is essential for businesses. The reinforcement of regulations is only the consequence of the global realisation of the need to control environmental and health risks.

The quality of sites and soils are a major stake for industrials and real estate professionals. In fact, urban pressure leads to the reconversion of industrial wasteland or contaminated sites and soils, a practise that is subject to an ever more precise regulation.

  • Air
  • Waste
  • Sewage
  • Drinking water
  • Rainwater
  • Aquifer water
  • Process water
  • Energy
  • Risks and Health
  • Contaminated sites and soils
IRH Ingénieur Conseil

Combining its 18 sites in France, its commitment to service and its independence, IRH Ingénieur Conseil puts its expertise in Water, Air, Waste and Energy at the service of Industry and Local Authorities.

ICF Environnement

Design office specialised in Contaminated Sites and Land, in water and energy resources in building, ICF Environnement has developed its consultancy and environmental risk control know-how.