Water Resource services in Washington

  • Water Resources

    PES hydrogeologists, geologists, geochemists and engineers have developed comprehensive expertise in the fields of hydrogeology and water resources having designed and performed hundreds of hydrogeologic investigations, surface-water/groundwater interaction studies, water quality assessments, groundwater resource evaluations, and basin management ...

    By PES Environmental Inc. Office in Seattle,, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Water Resources

    Landau Associates has provided water supply, stormwater management, dewatering, and groundwater engineering consultation in the Northwest since 1982. This experience, combined with a thorough understanding of required field techniques, construction practices, and the relevant regulatory environment, has allowed us to develop an outstanding ...

    By Landau Associates based in Edmonds, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Optimization Water Resource Strategies Service

    As a global leader in innovative environmental and resource management solutions, HGL fully realizes the importance of achieving optimal solutions for decision-makers that meet stakeholder requirements and minimize risk to the environment.  HGL has developed integrated simulations and optimized solutions for

    By HydroGeoLogic, Inc Office in Kennewick, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Water Resources Services

    Growth puts increasing pressure on regions to manage precious water resources and protect the natural environment.  Hart Crowser’s significant hydrogeologic expertise, gleaned from three decades of groundwater resource assessments, provides you with the trusted technical support you need.  We evaluate regional aquifers and their ...

    By Hart Crowser based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Water Resource Services

    Human activities interact with our natural hydrologic environment in many ways. As water demand grows, the need for effective management and efficient use is greater. The CES approach to water resource management challenges is to use science and engineering to create solutions that leverage natural site features to reduce cost and improve water ...

    By Cascade Earth Sciences (CES) Office in Spokane, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Water Resources Services

    GeoEngineers employs a deep understanding of surface and groundwater science and “in-the-water” experience to assist our clients in finding cost-effective resource-management solutions.

    By Geo-Engineers based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Water Resources Services

    Directed Technologies Drilling can apply horizontal directional drilling to your water resources project.In many applications, directional drilling can increase productivity, decrease filtration costs, replace recharge basins or create passive water supplies.

    By Directed Technologies Drilling Incorporated (DTD) based in Bremerton, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Water Resources Analysis & Engineering Services

    R2 has strong engineering expertise in hydraulic, sediment transport, and operations modeling, especially as it relates to spawning gravel quality and stability, channel restoration, and fish passage (upstream and downstream). R2's technical experts have performed a variety of hydrologic and hydraulic studies, including the design of both open ...

    By R2 Resource Consultants, Inc. based in Redmond, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Groundwater Impacts Analysis

    Understanding potential impacts to groundwater is a critical component of almost all land use decisions made in the western U.S. From redevelopment to growth management, obtaining regulatory approval for a project often requires complete analysis of potential impacts to groundwater quality and quantity and of related mitigation measures. But ...

    By Sound Environmental Strategies based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Groundwater Resource Planning

    SoundEarth provides our clients with accurate assessments of the quality and quantity of groundwater available from an aquifer. Rather than invest millions of dollars in aquifer testing only to discover the area cannot supply the water needed, we avoid unnecessary field studies by beginning with a background review of the watershed to assess the ...

    By Sound Environmental Strategies based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Aquifer Restoration Service

    HGLs sophisticated 3-D models of groundwater flow and contaminant fate and transport assist site owners and regulators to determine liability for aquifer contamination and make cost-effective, defensible site remediation decisions.

    By HydroGeoLogic, Inc Office in Kennewick, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Water Rights

    Water rights are essential for a stable and safe water supply.  Whether the water is used for municipal, irrigation, industrial or habitat uses or whether it comes from surface water or groundwater, a water right enables the user to rely upon an identified priority and range of delivery rates and duties.  At SoundEarth, we help our ...

    By Sound Environmental Strategies based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Production Well Design And Testing

    Capital costs for groundwater production wells are high, but operating costs over the life of a well can be even higher without effective design. And effective design begins with locating the wells for both efficiency and availability. SoundEarth has the expertise and experience required to locate a well where high-quality water can be efficiently ...

    By Sound Environmental Strategies based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Managed Aquifer Recharge

    People, industry, and agriculture all require fresh water to survive and prosper, but water managers in the West face significant challenges to delivering a continuous and sustainable water supply, whether derived from groundwater, surface water, or both. When a wellfield’s pumping rate exceeds an aquifer’s natural recharge rate, ...

    By Sound Environmental Strategies based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Watershed Modeling Service

    Throughout the world, HGL has been brought in to characterize and assess multiple supply planning and resource development challenges—from saltwater intrusion in coastal aquifers to the effects of groundwater extraction on stream flows and other groundwater/surface water interactions.

    By HydroGeoLogic, Inc Office in Kennewick, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Groundwater Source Protection

    Clean groundwater is not an infinite resource, and identifying and protecting sustainable water sources is a primary goal for purveyors and users alike. Early identification of an aquifer’s susceptibility to contamination and critical recharge areas is key to forestalling problems before they arise. SoundEarth has significant expertise in ...

    By Sound Environmental Strategies based in Seattle, WASHINGTON (USA). from Water Resources Services Service line

  • Resource Management Services

    Energy Management, Evaluation and Carbon Footprinting. Water Quality Evaluations, inc. Age, Source Trace, and Constituent growth or decay. Uni-Directional Flushing Program Development. Water Loss Assessment and Reduction.

    By IDModeling, Inc. Office in University Place, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Natural Resource Damage Assessment Services

    Spill response is the first opportunity to minimize natural resource injuries by ensuring that spill response actions are implemented in an environmentally sound manner. Scientific support is often required to assist the responsible party in efficient and effective spill response to address injuries claimed by third parties. Implementation of ...

    By Polaris Applied Sciences, Inc based in Kirkland, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Multi-resource, Ecological Goods and Services, Bio-energy Analyses

    Over the last several years, newly emerging markets have begun to appear for a wide variety of goods and services which have previously been provided freely by forest lands. In particular, carbon sequestration credits, clean water credits, bio-diversity credits and bio-energy credits are rapidly becoming significant factors in how forests and ...

    By D.R. Systems Inc Office in Kirkland, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Valuing Water

    Clean, safe water is undervalued and the current water pricing system does not reflect its true cost or value. There is a tremendous need for a better understanding of and appreciation for the worth of clean and safe water. True water valuation will capture the treatment and transmission costs of water, water’s essential role in human and ...

    By U.S. Water Alliance based in Washington, WASHINGTON (USA).

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