The E2 team of professionals have the ability and to create innovative and responsive client solutions. It is this consistent delivery of superior client solutions that marks company milestones.
E2 employees work a “9-80” work schedule, logging 80 work hours in 9 days instead of the standard 10. This schedule reduces company transportation by 10 percent, thus reducing the amount of automobile-related air pollution and traffic congestion in our communities. Additionally, many of our employees work “virtually” either full-time or part time, thus further reducing commuting related impacts.
E2 makes a concerted effort to recycle all materials that move through our offices. The recycling includes aluminum, glass, paper, ink cartridges, and cardboard. These recycling efforts reduce the amount of natural resources that must be harvested and the energy and chemicals that are needed to turn virgin raw materials into usable products.
E2 chooses to rent office space in buildings with important resource conservation features such as motion sensing Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and lighting systems and building-wide recycling programs.
E2 comprises a strategic combination of shared business values and complementary services with the expertise and experience to provide superior management, technology and engineering-based approaches to address numerous diverse and challenging environmental, redevelopment and health & safety issues. E2 ’s client base consists of a unique balance of local, state and federal government/municipalities, as well as several fortune 500 private sector notables.
The E2 team of professionals have the ability and to create innovative and responsive client solutions. It is this consistent delivery of superior client solutions that marks company milestones. Some milestone highlights are provided below.
2009 – E2 was formed via a strategic merger between Essentia Management Services LLC (Essentia) and Environmental Data Solutions Group, LLC (EDSG) in a landmark unification of services and clients.
2005 – Filed patent for CFLMS (Continuous Fluid Level Monitoring System).
2004 – Creation of the Integrated Remediation Optimization Strategy (iROS) which leverages automation and information technology for improved remediation system performance.
2003 – Awarded a $16M remediation contract by Major Airline, marking the inception of the Remediation Practice.
2002 – Worked directly on the Long Beach Naval Complex reuse and land transfer, pursuant to the Defense Base Realignment & Closure Act (BRAC) of 1990.
2002 – The winning of the Port of Los Angeles CEQA/NEPA contract to prepare an Environmental Impact Reports (EIR/EIS) and Special Studies marks the inception of the Environmental Compliance and Documentation Practice.
2002 – Essentia Management Services is formed.
2001 – Working heavily in the High Technology sector prior to the “dot-bomb” stock market crash.
2000 – Featured in Entrepreneur Magazine’s “Business Startup” as “entrepreneurial success”.
1998 – Secures flagship clients: Orange County Sanitation District and Cytec Industries.
1998 – Environmental Data Solutions Group, LLC is formed, providing niche services in Environmental Management Information Systems (EMIS) Implementations.
E2 ManageTech provides site assessment services including Phase I environmental site assessment (ESA), Phase II site investigations (SI), preliminary environmental assessments (PEAs), human health risk assessments, indoor air modeling, railroad risk assessments, and lead and asbestos surveys.
Support Of Environmental Litigation Matters
E2 ManageTech has a growing practice providing technical expertise to support litigation related to environmental matters, particularly subsurface impacts to soil, soil gas, and ground water. Our capabilities in site assessment and remediation, information management, and risk assessment capabilities, combine to create uniquely customized capabilities to support attorneys, developers, property owners, and others in assessing liability associated with ...
Developing a strategic Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Management Information System (MIS) direction enables organizations to move forward with EHS MIS projects that support overall management system objectives and core business drivers. E2 has developed a strategic planning process that quickly and effectively identifies and prioritizes near and long-term EHS MIS initiatives based on need, as well as develops realistic scheduling and budgetary ...
After completing the strategic plan and establishing Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Management Information Systems (MIS) main concerns, the priority topics are typically addressed in detail. The E2 detailed design process involves defining requirements, assessing solution options, further defining economics, and documenting the design. Depending on client specific needs, E2 will focus on a design for a single EHS topic or multiple EHS topics ...