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    EEC Environmental’s expertise in the fields of site investigation and remediation, compliance, water/wastewater, and storm water have resulted in cost effective and technically sound project solutions for a wide variety of both private and public clients for more than 20 years.

  • Water/Wastewater

    Wastewater treatment and compliance expertise is a cornerstone consulting service for EEC.

  • Stormwater

    EEC is recognized as a national leader in stormwater management.

  • Environmental Services

    EEC has developed a reputation as a leader in the field of soil, soil-vapor, groundwater assessment, remediation, due diligence, and compliance through “Out of the Box” unique technical solutions blended with industry proven strategies.

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    Testimonial

    • “EEC has played a significant role in helping our city protect the environment of our citizens.”

      – Jake Wager, Former City Manager of Stanton

    • “EEC’s expertise and responsiveness were instrumental in helping our city meet new stringent sewer regulations.”

      – Ray Burk, Former Principal Civil Engineer, City of Santa Ana, CA

    • “EEC is an excellent outfit that is quick to respond to the District’s needs. Their experienced team is outstanding and focused on the job and our satisfaction.”

      – Steve Cano, Sewer Maintenance Supervisor, Costa Mesa District, CA

    • “We have been extremely pleased with their expertise, professionalism, and attention to detail concerning data management.”

      – Soha Vazirnia, MPH, FOG Program Manager, Irvine Ranch Water District, CA

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        The spread of the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, around the world wreaks havoc on economies and populations. However, with a reduction of human activity around the globe, one area that’s benefitting from the new normal is the environment.

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      • Environmental Technical Assistance Opportunity

        Three Maryland food processing facilities to receive free assistance

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      • Latest News: California Sets the Lowest Notification Levels for PFAS in the Country

        The California State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water (DDW), has accepted the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment’s (OEHHA) recent recommendation on new lower Notification Levels (NLs) for PFOA and for PFOS. On August 23, 2019, the DDW announced it established notification levels for PFOS and PFOA at 6.5 parts per trillion for PFOS and 5.1 parts per trillion for PFOA. These new levels are set at the lowest levels at which they can be reliably detected in drinking water using currently available analytical detection methods.

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