Integrated Services Provider
PLANTECO takes an integrated, multidisciplinary approach to environmental engineering challenges - from permitting and regulatory compliance to site investigation and remedial design, all the way through to engineering, construction, cleanup, and operation and maintenance. We provide clients with full-service engineering capabilities for environmental site assessments, management and remediation. These capabilities include waste management strategies, site remediation, remedial system design and installation, and negotiations with regulatory agencies.
Planteco performs both Phase I, Phase II and Phase III Environmental Site Assessments and project management on a fuly standards compliant and certified basis. All of our samples are collected in accordance with EPA protocols, properly preserved, documented on a chain of custody and submitted to a state certified laboratory for proper analysis.
Each Phase I ESA report will meet the guidelines set forth by the ASTM-E-1527 standard.
If the Phase I ESA indicates there is a potential for environmental impact, we can provide a Phase II ESA.
If a remedial action is required, we can provide you with experienced project management. We will obtain all necessary work permits, and will compose a Remedial Action Work Plan specifically designed for your site.
Highest Standards for Testing and Analysis
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PLANTECO's data management and Geographic Information System (GIS) department consists of highly trained and experienced team members in GIS. Our GIS/Remote Sensing Specialists hold at least a Master's degree and a minimum of five years experience.
Environmental Permitting and Compliance
Sustainable building and communities consulting to achieve:
PLANTECO specializes in the use of green plants (phytoremediation) for the management of nutrients at municipal and industrial waste facilities and livestock feeding operations. Land Application Systems (LAS) consist of vegetated irrigation fields with selected plants that utilize the effluent wastewater as an efficient source of water and plant nutrients including nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.