Environmental health businesses in Zambia

Health that focuses on people, environment, human health, well-being and safe communities.
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Nemchem International
Industrial and residential water treatment solutions
Lusaka +6
Nemchem International is a distributor of Nalco and Ecolab water pre-treatment equipment and accessories. These innovative systems are flexible to meet various needs and come standard with installation, scheduled filter replacements and system maintenance, providing years of trouble free use.
Shungu Services
Environmental equipment
Shungu Service offers VIP luxury mobile toilets that are spacious, comfortable and clean, with flush facility, soap dispensers and water, ideal for weddings, meetings or gatherings of any sort. These luxury mobile toilets offered by Shungu Services are easy to deliver to the exact spot you want them.
Eco Hazmat Solutions Ltd
Environmental engineering
Eco Hazmat Solutions is experienced in industrial cleaning, site clean-ups, bio-remediation, incineration and hazardous waste disposal. It also provides oil traps and interceptors, and spill kits. The company offers a 24 hour specialised clean up service for asbestos removal, oil skimmers, oil absorbents, separators and tank cleaning.
Under the Sitifuna Ma plastics campaign (Sitifuna means ‘’We Don’t Want’’), The Centre for Zero Waste & Development in Africa (CZWDA) has made recommendations to the Zambia parliamentary caucus committee on conservation in March, 2019 at the WWF review workshop of the Statutory Instrument (SI) No 65 on the ban of 30 microns and below of single use plastics in Zambia.
Status Hi-Tech Zambia Ltd
Environmental consultancy and training
Chingola +3
Environmental equipment supplies and consultancy services offered by Status Hi-Tech Zambia include indoor air quality monitoring, noise surveys, dust/gas monitoring, illumination surveys, environmental impact assessments as well as project briefs. Their team is well equipped with skills, equipment and expertise in product knowledge, training and experience.
Maxlin Enterprise Ltd
Covid 19 disinfection and supplies
Lusaka +2
The Corona Virus has had devastating effects in our lives with very serious health and economic challenges. Maxlin provides disinfection services to reduce exposure. Since the virus is still novel, their Corona-virus task force continually works in line with the Ministry of Health and World Health Organisation guidelines for up-to-date solutions. Maxlin uses approved registered industrial-strength disinfectants with a broad spectrum kill claim.
Afrivet Zambia
Environmental health care
Lusaka +2
Afrivet is the sole distributor of the Ecomed International range of environmental health products, including high quality, environmentally friendly detergents, sanitisers, insecticides and spraying equipment. The company has invested in extensive warehousing to ensure it consistently meets customer needs throughout the country.

Environmental health

Health that focuses on people, environment, human health, well-being and safe communities.
Waste management facilities, hazardous waste disposal and fumigation products and more
Control general pests, fleas, cockroaches, spiders, mosquitoes, bed bugs and more
Air, water and soil monitoring equipment, an inventory of supplies and safety products.
Advice, plan, develop and deliver climate change adaptation, health, safety and more

Search on Infobwana for Zambian companies that are making efforts to ensure the safety of the air we breathe, and what we touch, eat and drink. By helping to improve the conditions in which we live and work, these companies are making a difference to the health and well being of the population of Zambia. Environmental health businesses work across a wide range of sectors and specialisms.

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Environmental consultants

These are companies that combine rigorous scientific knowledge with an understanding of regulatory requirements. They have the technical expertise to conduct environmental assessments in order to identify and minimise environmental risks that would endanger the health and safety of people as well as ensure compliance with current laws.

These companies are generally contracted to identify whether water, air, or land contamination will have an adverse impact on people, habitats, or sources of groundwater, for example. They will assess and interpret available data, paired with local government guidelines, and provide solutions based on those findings.

Companies and individuals that are considering buying land for commercial development would do well to hire an environmental consultant to fully assess the site from an environmental health point of view and research previous investigations and historical uses.

Environmental consultants may be brought in to carry out site surveys and collect data to establish baseline pollution levels for an industrial infrastructure project. They may also be called to testify as expert witnesses for cases involving environmental liability.

Environmental equipment

A selection of Zambian companies that sell and rent environmental equipment and accessories. These businesses specialise in the provision of sampling, monitoring and testing supplies and equipment, including water well pumps, air monitoring equipment, and water monitoring instruments. Some also supply reliable and up to date geophysics equipment.

Such businesses typically employ staff with experience in repairing equipment such as sampling pumps, photo-ionization detectors, single and multi-gas monitors, flame ionization detectors, and water quality instruments.

Contact a company for more information on the range of products they offer.

Environmental health care

Environmental health care activities identify, prevent and/or eradicate health hazards in the environment. Environmental health care businesses carry out supervisory duties in relation to health protection, food safety, animal health and welfare, as well as veterinary services.

Environmental health products

In the process of increasing crop production, herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, nematicides, fertilizers and soil amendments are now being used in higher quantities than in the past. These chemicals have mainly come into the picture since the introduction of synthetic insecticides in 1940, when organochlorine (OCl) insecticides were first used for pest management. Before this introduction, most weeds, pests, insects and diseases were controlled using sustainable practices such as cultural, mechanical, and physical control strategies. As in other parts of the world, in Zambia there is now a significant move away from synthetic environmental health chemicals towards sustainable environmentally-friendly products and practices.