The Robeiki Leather Cluster is a national project integrating tanning and leather industry sectors. Robeiki Leather Cluster was established with the aim of relocating the tannery activities from residentially crowded areas (Old Cairo) to a new industrial cluster.
The development of Robeiki leather city included three phases; namely, phase 1, focusing on relocating tanneries, phase 2, reserved for tanneries expansion and feeding industries, while phase 3 focusing on housing of leather manufacturing industries such as shoes, jackets, etc.
Based on continuous interaction with client and stakeholders, as well as integration with the design team, Environics is currently preparing the SESIA.
The SEIA comprises: Meetings, site visits and review of project information and documents; Description of environmental & social baseline; Compilation of relevant laws & regulations; Project description & assessment of alternatives; Assessment of environmental & social impacts; Mitigation measures; Environmental & Social Management Plan, and Public disclosure.