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Ecofact Environmental Consultants Ltd. is Ireland’s leading independent provider of ecology surveys and environmental management services. The company was established in 1999 by Dr. William O’Connor, a senior environmental scientist who had previously worked for the Irish Electricity Supply Board (ESB). ECOFACT offers extensive services relating to terrestrial, marine and freshwater environments. We can manage the environmental aspects of a project from its inception through to construction and ongoing operational environmental management.

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We have significant project management experience in the following areas:

We have expertise in the fields of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIS), Ecological Impact Assessment (EcIA), Article 6 Appropriate Assessment (AA), Environmental Risk Assessment (ERA) and Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA). We have the qualifications and experience to provide accurate baseline environmental information and impact assessments for projects and developments including road and pipeline infrastructure, waste water treatment, river management, wind energy, hydroelectric schemes, housing developments, aquaculture and quarries. We also provide a wide range of survey and monitoring services in relation to the natural environment.

ECOFACT employs permanent full time senior environmental consultancy staff, field ecologists and temporary seasonal staff. All permanent senior environmental scientists are chartered members of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (IEEM), the Society of Biology (SOB) and the Institute of Fisheries Management (IFM).

ECOFACT is committed to excellence and customer satisfaction, providing tailored solutions for projects to minimise environmental impacts. We aim to exceed our client’s expectations and will ensure that your project meets the highest ecological and environmental management standards.

If you would like to receive a copy of our company profile please email us at info@ecofact.ie.

Current News Stories:

  • Major new book – Wildlife and Wind Farms

    A major new book will be published in May 2017 entitled ‘Wildlife and Wind Farms: Conflicts and Solutions’. Volume 1 of this book includes a chapter prepared by Ecofact Principal Ecologist Dr. William O’Connor. The two-volume set provides a comprehensive overview of the interactions between wind farms and wildlife, each volume dedicated to one of the two […]

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  • Surveying wintering birds in the Irish Midlands

    Our staff are currently undertaking a number of wintering bird surveys in the Irish Midlands. Here we have provided some photos and videos from bird surveys we undertook during December 2015. Our bird surveys are undertaken to inform both the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Natura Impact Statement (NIS) reports being prepared for proposed wind energy […]

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  • Marine and estuarine ecology surveys

    Marine and estuarine ecological surveys are a key service provided by ECOFACT. These surveys are undertaken for a number of purposes, including informing the Environmental Impact Assessments and Article 6 Appropriate Assessments of proposed developments affecting the marine / estuarine environment. These surveys are also to monitor the impact of industrial and municipal discharges and aquaculture […]

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  • Freshwater Pearl Mussel surveys

    The Freshwater Pearl Mussel Margaritifera margaritifera is a (freshwater) bivalve listed under Annex II and V of the EU Habitats Directive. It is legally protected in Ireland under Schedule 1 of the Wildlife Act (1976 (Protection of Wild Animals) (Statutory Instrument No. 112, 1990) and the European Communities (Natural Habitats) Regulations (Statutory Instrument No. 94, 1997). Owing […]

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  • Our latest freshwater ecology surveys

    The gallery below is a selection of photos from the aquatic ecology survey work we completed during August and September 2015. The surveys here are being undertaken to inform projects such as the management of waste water treatment plants and water abstraction schemes. The work will also be used to inform environmental impact assessments and appropriate assessments of proposed […]

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