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CEC addresses and solves jurisdictional wetlands issues associated with land development and environmental remediation projects. We have extensive project experience in working with the regulatory agencies on wetlands identifications, delineations, state/federal permitting, and in designing successful programs for wetlands mitigation.
CEC has established close working relationships with local, state, and federal regulating bodies. This has been accomplished through the timely response to agency concerns and the establishment of a technical rapport. CEC has determined that complete, timely submissions are the key to obtaining approvals for complex or controversial projects.
CEC has performed a variety of biological assessment studies on water bodies, including sampling, identification, and analysis of phytoplankton, zooplankton, periphyton, aquatic macrophyte, benthic macroinvertebrate, and fish communities.
CEC staff provides in-depth knowledge of CWA Section 316 and a broad experience base in performing the tasks related to the complexities of the ruling. CEC owns and operates the equipment required for the extensive assessment and field studies associated with 316 studies.
Whether it is a private pond or a state park, CEC's experienced team of biologists and scientists have the understanding, knowledge, and skills to handle all of the intricate aspects of Lake and Pond Management. CEC provides project-specific sampling plans, proven scientific data collection techniques, and detailed reporting which include all observations and recommendations.
CEC has provided ecological services for numerous clients across the country. Our services have been provided to site developers, landfills, municipalities, industrial, mining, and utility clients, transportation entities, and law firms. CEC biologists have extensive experience in the functional assessment of terrestrial and aquatic habitats.
CEC has performed risk assessments for numerous types of facilities across the country to support the identification of real human health and environmental risks and the selection of remedial actions, if appropriate. Risk assessments have been a part of projects involving commercial and industrial real estate transactions, industrial operations, waste processing and disposal facilities, above and underground storage tanks, and CERCLA and RCRA...