Hospitals

Environmental permitting of the Tzaneio General Hospital of Piraeus

Tzaneio General Hospital of Piraeus (http://www.tzaneio.gr) is one of the most significant hospitals in Athens and Greece. It is in operation since 1873 and has almost 450 beds. The aim of this assignment was the environmental permitting of the hospital operation.

During this assignment we were hired as EIA experts to support the Technical Department of the Hospital to prepare the EIA accordingly both for the renovation and the operation of the Hospital. Therefore, a methodology was constructed comprising: a) desktop study during which all available data were reviewed (e.g., waste management, energy consumption, water consumption), d) site visits during which the main environmental related areas were visited (e.g., healthcare waste management area, waste recycling area), and the key personnel were interviewed, c) description of the mostly urban environment, d) identification of the main environmental and social impacts, d) determination of the mitigation measures.

 

 

Environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the Metaxa Cancer Hospital of Piraeus

Metaxa Cancer Hospital of Piraeus (https://www.metaxa-hospital.gr) is one of the most significant cancer hospitals in Athens and Greece. It is operated since 1967 and has almost 500 beds. The aim of this assignment was the environmental permitting of the hospital operation.

During this assignment a methodology was constructed in order to prepare the appropriate EIA study. In particular, this methodology consisted of the following stages: a) desktop study during which all available data were reviewed (e.g., waste management, energy consumption, water consumption), d) site visits during which the main environmental related areas were visited (e.g., healthcare waste management area, waste recycling area), and the key personnel were interviewed (e.g., technical department), c) description of the mostly urban environment, d) identification of the main environmental and social impacts, d) determination of the mitigation measures. The EIA study was prepared and submitted to the pertinent authority, where it was reviewed and approved.

 

Environmental permitting renewal of the Henry Durant Health Center

Henry Dunant Hospital Center (www.dunant.gr) was constructed in 2000 and is one of the biggest and most technologically advanced hospital centers in the healthcare services sector, both in Greece and in the wider region of Southeastern Europe, with 460 beds. The aim of this assignment was the environmental permitting renewal of the hospital.

During this assignment a methodology was constructed in order to prepare the appropriate renewal study. In particular, this methodology consisted of the following stages: a) desktop study during which all available data were reviewed (e.g., waste management, energy consumption, water consumption), d) site visits during which the main environmental related areas were visited (e.g., healthcare waste management area, waste recycling area), and the key personnel were interviewed (e.g., technical department), c) compliance check for each environmental terms one by one and d) preparation of the deliverable, which was submitted to the pertinent authority, where the study was reviewed and finally accepted.

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