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Celebrating Earth Day
I grew up in a small town called Hohhot in Inner Mongolia, China. Hohhot is a Mongolian name meaning “the green city.” Indeed, in...
Wetlands: Why the Regulations?
Wetlands – Nature’s Sponges Wetlands are protected by the Clean Water Act and regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency thr...
Radon Gas - And Why You Should Test
Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas that comes from the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water. Radon typically...
ECS Environmental Team Has Solid Roots…And Is Reaching For The Sky
Exciting news! ECS is ranked 177 in ENR’s 2016 Top Environmental Firms. This ranking is determined by the 2015 gross revenue for e...
Wetland Permit Awareness: Threatened And Endangered Species
When planning development on a property that may have wetlands, most people understand that an environmental specialist will be ne...
What Is A Forest Stand Delineation?
“Forest Stand Delineations” differ among various states. While requirements and processes vary, the general goals are consistent r...
Federal Agency Clarifies Bat Rule
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) recently issued their Final 4(d) rule concerning the Northern Long Eared Bat. In April...
Hydrogeology - Part II
As a recap, the hydrogeologist utilizes a variety of tools to select the best available well drilling location(s). The hydrologist...
So…What Exactly Is Hydrogeology?
Say that you’re a growing municipality. It’s a great place to live, and people are flocking to your county because of the wonderfu...
Mold Primer
The mere mention of the word ‘mold’ tends to cause anxiety about the quality of the air we breathe in our homes and workplaces. Ma...
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