Environment Arabia Consultancy Services (EACS) is the leading environmental and sustainability consultant in Bahrain, with specialist consultants and support staff based in Bahrain and a capacity and level of expertise for terrestrial and marine projects not available elsewhere in the region.

EACS was the first environmental consultancy in the Kingdom of Bahrain to be registered with the government, and later on with the Supreme Council for Environment (SCE). The business was founded in 2001 by Managing Director; Halel Abdulrahman, and is currently one of the very few organizations classified in Bahrain as a category ‘A’ environmental consultancy as regulated under Ministerial Order No. 4 of 2014 and the SCE.

EACS offers services to a wide spectrum of businesses and industries, including: governmental organizations, oil and gas, petrochemicals, ports and maritime, power generation, land reclamation and dredging, wastewater treatment, steel and aluminium manufacture, civil infrastructure, transportation systems and waste management infrastructure. These services are provided across the Arabian Gulf.

EACS is also eager to support the continued education development of Bahrain and regularly holds education sessions with local schools and other interested parties, seeking to further their knowledge of current environmental and sustainability matters, especially in relation to Bahrain and the Gulf.

Our Mission is to assist our clients to achieve sustainable development through providing the highest quality environmental services.

Our Services

Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA/ ESIA/ EHIA)

Environmental Management Plans (EMPs)

Environmental Auditing

Environmental Monitoring (Air Quality, Noise, Soil & Groundwater)

Marine Ecological Surveys and Impact Assessment

Soil and Groundwater Contamination Assessment, Monitoring & Remediation

ESG and Sustainability Reporting

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