Client: Guangzhou Development Industry Holding Co. Ltd.
BMT was commissioned to review the environmental and social management system (ESMS) of Guangzhou Development Industry Holding Co. Ltd. (GDIH), and also to conduct a cumulative quantitative risk assessment of GDIH's three major industrial facilities - a coal-fired power plant, a gas combined cycle power plant and an oil storage terminal.
GDIH is one of the largest electric power producers in Guangzhou, China. As part of its capital expenditure programme financed by International Finance Corporation (IFC) in 2005, GDIH agreed to implement an Environmental and Social Action Plan in order to meet the World Bank/IFC environmental and social policies and HSE guidelines.
Through the guidance and assistance of BMT, our customers demonstrated acceptable safety levels and proper reporting of sustainable practices, raising its standards of environmental protection and social responsibility.
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