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Through Pollution Prevention and Control Management, we leverage our knowledge to reduce risk. We’re constantly looking for new advancements and technologies to find the smartest and most optimal solutions.

The overriding goal of preventing pollution is to eliminate the causes rather than having to correct the problems that pollution creates. In one hand, cleaner production is a preventive integrated continuous strategy for modifying products, processes and services to enhance efficiency, which improves environmental performance and reduces costs. At its core, cleaner production is a business management technique that directs attention toward inefficiencies and waste that erode profits and competitiveness, reducing the environmental sustainability as well as the economic viability of a company. Indeed, to modernize effectively and participate in an open economy, firms must incorporate environmental considerations into daily operations, including best practices and other measures to improve natural resource, water, materials and energy use.

On the other hand, reducing a customer’s environmental footprint, providing assistance in pollution prevention, and reducing risk and costs are cornerstones of a strong Sustainability Program and achieving pollution prevention, waste minimization and resource conservation objectives requires carefully establishing accurate baselines and identifying practical opportunities for improvement.

As such, pollution prevention is at the core of any pro-active environmental management system and CORAL's senior engineers and scientists have the unique and necessary skills to tackle the most challenging projects and can offer full range of services, from strategy to solution implementation including:

  • Source reduction programs, audits and permitting advice,

  • Pollution prevention opportunity assessments,

  • Pollution Prevention and Wastewater Treatment Studies,

  • Investigation and remediation of contaminated sites,

  • Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC),

  • Cleaner Production & Recycling Opportunities , and

  • Equipment Evaluation, Process Design/Modification and Best Available Technology (BAT) Assessment.

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