Environmental Compliance

We offer environmental compliance services to help businesses comply with the various environmental regulations, laws, and standards that apply to their operations.

We offer environmental compliance services to help businesses comply with the various environmental regulations, laws, and standards that apply to their operations. These services are designed to ensure that businesses are operating in an environmentally responsible manner, reducing their environmental impact, and avoiding fines and penalties for non-compliance.

Services Includes

Environmental Permits & Clearances

Including Certificate of Non-Coverage, Permit To Operate, Wastewater Discharge Permit, Hazardous Waste Generator ID, Other Permits

Environmental Impact Assessment

Environmental Impact Assessment

Environmental Responsibility Program

Including Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR), Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) under CSR are Restoration Program, Mangrove Planting, Clean-up Event, River/Creek, Rehabilitation, Restoration Program

OceanSaves is under InterBiz Consulting Group which provides environmental consulting services. The department focuses on the process and compliances related to environmental clearance and permits, environmental technical analysis and reports, and sustainability programs based on the nature of the companies.

Frequently Asked Questions

Environmental compliance refers to the adherence to laws, regulations, and standards set by the government to protect the environment. It is crucial for businesses in the Philippines to comply with environmental regulations to minimize their ecological footprint, ensure sustainable practices, and mitigate negative impacts on natural resources, ecosystems, and public health. Compliance promotes environmental sustainability and contributes to the overall well-being of communities and future generations.

Businesses in the Philippines need to comply with various environmental regulations, including:

  • The Philippine Clean Air Act (RA 8749), which regulates air pollution and emissions.
  • The Philippine Clean Water Act (RA 9275), which governs water quality and pollution control.
  • The Ecological Solid Waste Management Act (RA 9003), which covers proper waste management and recycling.
  • The Hazardous Waste Management Act (RA 6969), which regulates the handling, storage, and disposal of hazardous substances and wastes.
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) requirements for projects that may have significant environmental effects.

To ensure environmental compliance in the Philippines, businesses can take the following steps:

  • Familiarize themselves with relevant environmental laws, regulations, and standards applicable to their industry and operations.
  • Conduct regular environmental assessments, monitoring, and audits to identify potential non-compliance issues.
  • Develop and implement environmental management systems and policies that promote sustainable practices.
  • Obtain the necessary permits, clearances, and licenses required for specific activities or projects.
  • Implement proper waste management practices, including waste reduction, segregation, recycling, and proper disposal.
  • Invest in technologies and practices that reduce pollution, conserve resources, and minimize environmental impacts.
  • Cooperate with government agencies, stakeholders, and local communities to address environmental concerns and contribute to sustainable development.

Non-compliance with environmental regulations in the Philippines can result in various consequences, including:

  • Fines, penalties, and sanctions imposed by environmental regulatory agencies.
  • Suspension or revocation of permits, licenses, or clearances.
  • Legal liabilities, including lawsuits and legal action taken by affected communities or environmental groups.
  • Reputational damage and negative public perception, which can impact business operations and customer trust.
  • Remediation costs to address environmental damage or pollution incidents.
  • Inability to participate in government contracts, bidding processes, or access financial incentives.


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