Initial Environmental Examinations (IEE) is the primary stage in the Environmental Assessment of a project. It describes the environmental condition of a project, including potential impact, formulation of mitigation measures, and preparation of institutional requirements for environmental monitoring.
Why Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) is important?
An Initial Environmental Examination (IEE) is important to determine whether significant impacts warranting an EIA are likely. If an EIA is not needed, the IEE is regarded as the final environmental assessment report.
Benefits of Initial Environmental Examination (IEE)
Associated environmental liabilities are identified and quantified so that they can be managed
Suggest efficient pollution control measures
Makes project more environment friendly
IEE report contains all the necessary documents, planning, monitoring, mitigation and other necessary information