Envirotech Environmental Consulting, Inc. (EECI) provides a wide range of Environmental Management Services(EMS) to a vast clientele throughout the Delmarva Peninsula. Our diverse clients include development corporations, property management corporations, municipalities, homeowners associations (HOA), engineering and design firms, educational institutions, state and federal agencies, and private landowners, who use our cost effective services to promote environmentally sound, educational, and aesthetically pleasing results. Comprehensive natural resource management programs are designed and implemented by EECI's applied natural resource scientists, environmental scientists, and biologists. All field service providers are licensed and certified.
Environmental Management Service programs are applied to stormwater retention facilities, impoundments, ponds, lakes, wetlands, forested areas conservation easements, parks, and community green space. Our innovative and cutting edge programs apply to integrated vegetation management, aquatic and terrestrial ecological restoration, water quality management, stormwater management, and community-wide educational outreach. We are a licensed landscape architect in Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware.
Our Professional Services Division works directly with private, community, and municipal planners in pre-design environmental management planning and to select the appropriate environmental management products required to meet their needs. Client support includes a variety of Due Diligence, Engineer Support Services, and Project Management services.
EECI's President and Founder, Todd Fritchman, possesses a vision in which society and the natural world meet and coexist in a mutually beneficial environment. His background includes a B.S. in Biology from Salisbury State University and a M.S. in Biology from Delaware State University. In addition to running EECI, Mr. Fritchman has served as an environmental science educator in local school districts, chaired the Center for the Inland Bays Water Use Plan Committee, and directed the region's United Open Water Rescue Program. Under his guidance, EECI was awarded the 2001 Governor's Cup of Excellence for Aquatic Restoration. Mr. Fritchman was also awarded with the State of Delaware Governor's Aquatic and Marine Educator of the Year Award.