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 The Environmental Communication, Education and Awareness (ECEAP) department underpins the work of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  The department functions on the principle that Environmental Education is ‘Education for life’. It is critical to ensuring the systems for environmental management and compliance, as well as, sustainable use of natural resources are effective. The department’s work focuses on three areas; Environmental Awareness, Education and Communication.

Our strategic goal (2022) is to ensure the EPA is known as a trusted environmental regulator that is robust but fair. ECEAP has responsibility to coordinate capacity/ training activities, develop and disseminate publications and ensure the public is involved in the development in a sustainable matter. 





Established under Section 18(1) of the Environmental Protection Act, Cap. 20:05, Laws of Guyana


The Environmental Assessment Board (EAB) will be conducting a ‘Public Hearing’ on Thursday, October 7, 2021, at 14:00h/2pm at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Ganges Street, Sophia, into appeals submitted against:

Vista Trading and Logistics (Guyana) Inc.-Warehouse storage and transportation of bulk and bagged (oil-well) cement and other oil and gas related equipment, Tract ‘A2’, Felicity & Le Ressouvenir, East Coast Demerara.

In accordance with Section 18(3) of the Environmental Protection Act, Cap. 20:05, Laws of Guyana, the EAB shall conduct public hearings into all appeals submitted against the EPA’s decision not to require an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the project. The Public Hearing will involve representations from the appellants, the developer and other key stakeholders; after which, the EAB will deliberate on the findings and prepare a report with its decision confirming or setting aside the EPA’s decision.

For further information, please contact us at:


The Environmental Assessment Board

C/o Executive Director– Environmental Protection Agency

Ganges Street, Sophia, Georgetown, Guyana.

Phone: 592-225-0506 Fax: 592-225-5481



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