With a global network of environmental specialists, SLR is leading the way in delivering a diverse range of services, knowledge and insight to clients across seven core sectors.

Each member of the SLR team has a real commitment to delivering the very best technical advice and client experience that sets us apart from the competition.

So, as global leaders who have achieved real success, SLR is best placed to deliver environmental consultancy and services to clients throughout the world.

SLR – Global Environmental Consultants

SLR is a leading international environmental consultancy with an unrivalled reputation for providing expert, tailored services.

With offices in the UK, Africa, Australasia, Europe and North America, SLR is one of a very small number of truly international specialists providing advice and support on a wide range of strategic and site-specific issues, to a diverse and growing base of business, regulatory and governmental clients.

SLR specializes in Oil & Gas, Mining & Minerals, Renewable & Low Carbon, Waste Management, Planning & Development, Infrastructure and Industrial, delivering expert sustainability advice and project management support across these sectors.

A selection of SLR’s global clients includes:

Industry: Coca Cola; Jaguar Land Rover; PepsiCo Beverages North America; Nestle; Lockheed Martin; Celtic Media Group; City of Cape Town, Crowley Maritime Corporation.

Infrastructure: Port of Seattle; National Grid (UK); Public Works Government Services Canada;  Sydney Airport Corporation Limited; Qantas; BAM Construction; Eskom.

Mining and Minerals: World Bank; Anglo American; Rio Tinto; Argonaut Gold Inc; Quest Rare Minerals; Cemex; Gold Fields; Xstrata; BHP; Centennial Coal.

Oil & Gas:  Shell; Santos; ExxonMobil; BP Exploration;  Total; Irish Government; Sasol; Nova Scotia Department of Energy ; Murco Petroleum; Alyeska Pipeline Service Company.

Planning & Development: Sydney Opera House;  Jones Lang LaSalle; Port of Waterford; Ontario Ministry of Transport; Newcastle University, Washington State University.

Renewables & Low Carbon: RWE Innogy UK Limited; Nova Scotia Department of Energy; Mitie Group; Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland; Solar Reserve;  Hydro Tasmania, Alaska Airlines.

Waste Management: County of Los Angeles; City of Cape Town; Government of Canada; Veolia Environmental Services; SITA Suez; Indaver; Greater London Authority.