At ESE Partners, we are committed to protecting our environment and delivering responsible solutions. #corporateresponsibility #environmentalconsultingRead More
Environmental Science and Engineering Partners, LLC (ESE), has been offering unique investment strategies to the real estate market for the past 12 years. This strategy is based on the concept of investing in environmentally distressed properties which can be managed through environmental science and engineering. ESE’s team of Environmental Scientists and Engineers assist their clients by navigating through the complexities of environmental regulations within the financial thresholds of a viable land investment. ESE’s promise is to recognize and deliver opportunity to stakeholders while at the same time improving the community’s quality of life. According to ESE’s President and CEO, Bryan Gay, ESE along with their clients, are making the unusable, usable, Making Brownfields Green.Read More
Congratulations Cindy Ryoo on your 1 year anniversary with ESE Partners! Thanks for all your hard work and dedication. #employeeappreciation #employeeanniversaryRead More
With the increase in solar farm development, ESE Partners can help you navigate the environmental requirements necessary to responsibly move business forward. Contact Nevin Durish for more information on our natural resources capabilities for your next project! #renewableenergy #naturalresources
Looking at reducing emissions at your facility? The TCEQ announced grants are available for projects that implement new technologies to reduce emissions of stationary sources in Texas, with at least $1 million made available for electricity storage projects related to renewable energy. Contact ESE Partners today if you need help navigating the process!
#electricalstorage #advancedcleanenergy #newtechnology #oilandgas #renewableenergy
The Stormwater Quality (SWQ) Permitting program was developed as part of the Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (TPDES) with the aim to reduce the post-construction phase discharge of pollutants into the surface water of the state and/or into the municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) via stormwater runoff from residential, commercial and light industrial areas located in the City of Houston.Read More