WHAT WE DO
Support for those working to provide solutions by combining a deep understanding of industry with technical innovations and resource development in the primary service areas of AES, Sustainability focused Innovation, and Sponsored Research collaborations.
Plant and animal diversity as a key indicator of environmental health and stability. When looking at specific tasks and goals within larger projects, integrating naturally occurring components and landscape structures to restoration plans is a cornerstone of Sustainable Remediation. Creating within sites habitat for aquatic animals, as well as seeding with diverse native plant species are just a few examples of how to incorporate organic life into remediation plans.
APPLIED ENVIRO SCIENCES
Upgrading and recycling equipment from various different origins, initially used for very different things. The use of these different resources and technologies assists with more accurate site specific remediation plans, while also supporting the flexibility and adaptability needed to be prepared for anything one should encounter in the field.
The goal is to bring as many individuals, industries, and educational institutions into the conversation of effective and sustainable remediation. With research partnerships with land grant colleges, coupled with key industry affiliates, the hope to expand the reach of restoration that aims to preserve green spaces for decades to come can be realized.
HOW WE DO IT
Project specific site characterization is critical in identifying unique site receptors and risks. Our process begins by working to understand the unique variabilities that occur to best utilize the tools and methods available to us.
The proximity of ground and surface water, topography of site, as well as a catalogue of plant and animal species present in the immediate area are all factors to be considered when beginning a Remediation and Restoration project.