Environmental Communication, Education and Awareness Programme

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The Environmental Communication, Education and Awareness Programme

The Environmental Communication, Education and Awareness Programme (ECEAP) promotes education and awareness of the role and functions of the EPA and environmental issues. It also facilitates public participation in environmental decision-making.

In the conduct of its work the Programme:

- Facilitates stakeholder inputs into environmental decision-making, national environmental strategies and plans and regulations;

- Plans and conducts environmental education awareness that target developers, business, and educational institutions;

- Plans and coordinates national events to mark environmental observances;

- Promotes the integration of environmental education in schools;

- Create and disseminate informational material on the EPA’s role, functions and processes; and

- Create training materials and tools.


ECEAP is staffed with a Head, Senior Environmental Officer, five Environmental Officers and one Executive Assistant.

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Environmental Protection Agency




In exercise of the functions conferred by Part II, s. 4(3)(a) and s. 11(4) of the Environmental Protection Act Cap. 20:05, Laws of Guyana, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hereby invites Applications for the registration of Environmental Consultants (Individuals and/or Organisations) for the period 2019/2020.

Interested and qualified persons must complete and submit an application with supporting documents with payment of an administrative processing fee of $20.00 USD or equivalent in Guyana Dollars at the existing Scotia Bank rate of exchange on the day of the transaction. The EPA reserves the right to review and/or amend the registration fee in consideration of any changes in fee structure as determined by the Agency.

Please be advised in keeping with the Environmental Protection Act, the Agency will review and determine those Applicants suitably qualified and experienced in conducting Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs).

Application forms may be obtained from the Agency’s Website or uplifted at the address mentioned below.

Applications must be submitted to Ms. Candacie Brower-Thompson, Senior Environmental Officer, EPA Office.

Click here to download registration form.

Contact us at:

Environmental Protection Agency
Ganges Street,
Greater Georgetown.
Tel: 225-5467/5471/6044/6048 Fax: 225-5481 Website: