Environmental Science & Engineering
Responsibly moving business forward.
Who We Are
Environmental Science and Engineering Partners (ESE Partners) is an environmental consulting firm focused on responsibly moving business forward through environmental problem solving. ESE is headquartered in Houston, Texas with offices in Dallas-Fort Worth, League City, Austin and San Antonio. Our growing team of environmental engineers and scientists provide support to clients in need of assessment, remediation, compliance, natural and cultural resources and building science related services.
ESE operates in a wide range of industries, all with unique needs and regulatory obligations. We offer experts who understand the broad complexity of environmental challenges faced by today’s businesses.
Environmental Problem Solving With
A Comprehensive Approach
ESE’s vertically integrated business model brings numerous scientific disciplines together across 6 practice areas to deliver expert environmental advice.
Responsibly Moving Business Forward
Through Sustainability Initiatives
Creating opportunity for stakeholders and a better quality of life for the communities they touch.
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Sciences, Remediation, Compliance, and Natural & Cultural Resources.
Upcoming regulations for air permitting in the oil and gas industry (0000b and 0000c) are on the horizon, and our compliance team is keeping up-to-date on the New Source Performance Standards. Know if your assets are subject to the new emissions guidelines by contacting our team today!
What’s New with Wetlands? On August 29, 2023, the federal government amended the 2023 rule defining waters of the U.S. (a.k.a., WOTUS). For this article, let’s call it the “Amended 2023 WOTUS Rule”. It amended a rule defining WOTUS issued by the Biden administration...
ESE recently conducted a Phase I ESA and Water Resources Evaluation on 3,865 acres for a proposed large-scale solar installation in South Texas. Numerous wetlands were identified and delineated within the site, and a portion of those features had the potential to be...