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With a comprehensive approach to all Due Diligence and Project Management needs, Envirotech’s professional services can help reduce permit and project turnaround times, and eliminate federal and state liabilities related to abandoned hazardous waste.

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Indoor Air Quality Testing

Envirotech Environmental Consulting, Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of our Indoor Air Quality Division located in Milton, Delaware. Our investigation services include mold and moisture testing at schools, commercial buildings, residential and multiple family dwellings, and other various facilities located throughout the Delmarva region.

Our team of experts approach each project with the end result in mind to strategically develop individual project guidelines for client success. With a comprehensive approach to Indoor Air Quality, Envirotech is determined to maintain exceptional customer service, continuous project communication relations, and quick response times to ensure projects are completed in compliance and on time.

Our speedy response time allows for immediate results when needed. We only use certified laboratories for sample analysis, allowing for the utmost reliable data for your project.

Services include:

  • Microbial Growth Air and Surface Testing
  • Moisture Infiltration Inspections
  • Remediation Work Plan Development
  • Review of Laboratory Analytical Results
  • Air Gas Data Reduction
  • Detailed Summary Reports
  • Final Clearance Testing

For more information please call our office at 302-684-5201.

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Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments

  • Phase I — ESA (ASTM E1527-13) is an assessment process conducted to identify the presence, or likely presence of past, present, or potential recognized environmental conditions on a subject property and/or surrounding properties. This initial process of a site assessment remediation is necessary for qualification of Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, & Liability Act (CERCLA) Landowner Liability Protections (LLPs).
  • Phase II — (ASTM E1903-11) is an environmental site assessment that may be conducted if a site is considered contaminated. This is a more detailed investigation involving chemical analysis for hazardous substances and/or petroleum hydrocarbons. EECI staff can assist our clients in leading Phase II investigations and corrective actions.

Transaction Screening

Transaction Screening is questionnaire process that is a reduced scope of work from a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ASTM Standard E 1527-05). The purpose of this process is to aid in developing information pertaining to the environmental conditions of a subject property.


Certified Construction Review

EECI has Certified Construction Reviewers on staff as specified in the Delaware Sediment and Stormwater Regulations. A Certified Construction Reviewer is a private inspector of sediment and stormwater controls hired by a developer or site work contractor, when required, for review and report submittal to project stakeholders and the overseeing government agency. As a leader in stormwater management, EECI applies only the most up-to-date sediment and stormwater control practices on behalf of our client.


Wetland Delineations

Wetland delineations are needed when a planned activity involves the placement of fill material in a potential wetland area. Wetland delineations are also commonly needed by land purchasers and sellers to assess the regulated and non-regulated portions of a property. Wetland delineators use their skills and experience in botany, soil science, hydrology and sampling procedures to follow federally approved wetland delineation methods to demarcate and document wetland borders.


Jurisdictional Determinations

EECI staff are experienced in working closely with regulatory agencies such as the Army Corps, Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources, Environmental Control (DNREC), Maryland Dept. of the Environment (MDE).

EECI staff can accurately determine which agency has jurisdiction in a particular situation, providing the client value in the permitting process.


Feasibility Studies

EECI staff can conduct scientific studies on soil, habitat, vegetation and endangered/threatened species, which may be useful for developers, construction companies and individuals interested in determining project feasibility.


Rare and Threatened Species Determination

Delaware is a host to numerous rare and threatened species. One of the most commonly mentioned in Sussex County, DE, is the Delmarva Fox Squirrel (Sciurus Niger Cinereus). They generally inhabit mature forests with open understories and wet woodlands. Delmarva Fox Squirrels were listed as federally endangered in 1967 and are protected by the Endangered Species Act. The Endangered Species Act requires that development and land clearing projects which may directly and indirectly affect the Delmarva Fox Squirrel habitat must conduct a study by a state-qualified surveyor to detect the presence of Delmarva Fox Squirrels.


Ecological Existing Condition Studies

An important first step in comprehensive management planning is documenting existing conditions to obtain baseline reference points. These types of environmental studies may be required by the Maryland Critical Area Commission, the state of Delaware and/or any other regulatory agencies. EECI staff has the knowledge and expertise to accurately qualify and quantify ecological conditions on your site.


Bathymetry Studies

EECI staff can assist our clients with accurately determining bathymetry (underwater depths) as part of the regulatory permitting application process for subaqueous lands.


Regulatory Permitting

The state of Delaware and the Army Corps of Engineers require permits for the construction of structures in, over, or under wetlands, subaqueous lands, and filling or dredging any material in wetlands. These activities include docks, piers, marinas, bulkheads, walkways, jetties and bank/shoreline stabilization projects. When proposing to do any of these activities, an environmental consultant may be utilized to acquire the required permits.


Expert Testimony

Scientifically-based expert testimony services are available from EECI's highly trained professional staff. Expert testimony is especially important in the public hearing process.


Educational Outreach

Regulatory agency policies and comprehensive Best Management Practices are presented to homeowner associations, municipal governments, committees, and nonprofit organizations thorough demonstrations that accommodate all learning styles.

Envirotech also offers interactive educational activities designed for participants of all ages. Lessons are science-oriented and offer a great learning experience for:

  • Educational Facilities
  • Daycare Centers
  • Homeowner Associations
  • Senior Centers

Questions?

Do you have a question about how the applied scientists at Envirotech Environmental Consulting, Inc. can help solve your problem? Call us today at 302-684-5201.