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An environmental audit is a good way of measuring an organisation’s environmental impacts, and enables informed decisions to be made about managing those impacts. Environmental audit is essentially an environmental management tool for measuring the effects of certain activities on the environment against set criteria or standards. Depending on the types of standards and the focus of the audit, there are different types of environmental audit. Organizations of all kinds now recognize the importance of environmental matters and accept that their environmental performance will be scrutinized by a wide range of interested parties.

An environmental audit should not be confused with environmental impact assessment (EIA). Both environmental auditing and EIA are environmental management tools, and both share some terminology, for example, ‘impact’, ‘effect’, and ‘significant’, but there are some important differences between the two.

Areas covered and benefits delivered

The environmental impacts covered by an audit may include: Energy, Carbon dioxide and other emissions, Waste, Water, Transport, Biodiversity, Procurement

(Please note, if we have recently carried out carbon foot printing or an energy survey for you, this will reduce the amount of work and therefore the fee.)

The benefits of the environmental audit include:

Geographical Location
Floral and Faunal diversity
Meteorological parameter
Energy Consumptions
Waste disposal system
Ambient Environmental Condition
Awareness & Training on Sustainability for Students

At CDG, We audit all the sustainable metrics as per the requirement of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and provide comprehensive reporting on the green quotient of the campus and provide strategic roadmap to institutions to further ensure that their green legacy is intact.

Our Accreditation

CDG is the first inspection agency in India accredited (ISO 17020 accredited by ILAC channel) for ‘Green Audit’.