With the increase in wind & 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 #naturalresourcesRead 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
#ESEPartners provides a wide range of protected species and other wildlife related services. Our seasoned biologists are permitted for presence/absence surveys for federally endangered species and habitat assessments. Learn more about our natural resources services here https://lnkd.in/e3GC9eM. #endangeredspeciesRead More
The courts have clarified particular issues to vacate NWP 12. A status quo for electric power projects however oil and gas is still barred from use of the permit. Learn more about Nationwide Permit 12 Ruling below.
#energy #oilandgas #renewableenergy #nationwidepermit #NWP12 #CWA #Section404 #wetlands
Our Senior Biologist, Nevin Durish, gave his opinion on how the update on the Navigable Waters Protection Rule might effect your project.Read More
Developing a property in Austin? Know that the City of Austin requires an Environmental Resource Inventory (ERI) with the following criteria:
(1) within the Edwards Aquifer recharge or contributing zone;
(2) within the Drinking Water Protection Zone;
(3) containing a water quality transition zone;
(4) containing a critical water quality zone; or
(5) with a gradient of more than 15 percent.
#ESEPartners has the experience to quickly identify if your property meets the ERI criteria. Please contact Patrick Kainer or Nevin Durish for any questions! #austintexas #developmentRead More
#ESEPartners biologists, Nevin Durish and Jennifer Herrera, recently completed an endangered plant survey in South Texas. The work involved identifying over 130 species of plants for a proposed renewable energy development site. The survey was completed in order to gain concurrence from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.Read More