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Supporting Georgia River Network’s Paddle Georgia River Adventures

Every year Mill Creek Environmental sponsors great causes close to our hearts. This year, we are extremely proud to sponsor Georgia River Network’s Paddle Georgia River Adventures. So far in 2022, Georgia River Network have hosted seven river adventures and helped nearly 300 people experience Georgia’s rivers, including the Alapaha, Ohoopee, Yellow, Alcovy and Etowah...

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Spring Evaluation & Development: Can You Bottle Your Water?

Does your land have a natural spring or well? Have you ever wondered whether your spring water is suitable for bottling? At Mill Creek Environmental, our extensive experience in spring evaluation and management includes spring location, evaluation, development, permitting, protection and long term spring and well management. In the Southeastern United States and Canada, we...

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Erosion Control Planning: LDA & NPDES permits, Level 3 Soil Surveys & Septic Design

If you are planning to disturb more than an acre of land, you are required to obtain a Land Disturbing Activity (LDA) permit. When applying for a LDA permit and submitting a Notice of Intent (NOI) under the applicable National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit, you are required to satisfy several criteria. Two...

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Asbestos Inspection

An Asbestos Inspection Report is very informative and gives you the information you need to know regarding any Asbestos Containing Materials that were found during the inspection and how those materials should safely be removed. Below is a sample of an Executive Asbestos Summary, a list of terms you will find throughout an asbestos report,...

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All About Asbestos

What is Asbestos? Asbestos is a mineral fiber that occurs in rock and soil. There are six unique minerals identified as chrysotile, amosite, crocidolite, anthophyllite, tremolite and actinolite that belongs to the serpentine and amphibole families. Chrysotile (white asbestos) is the most commonly used form of asbestos. Where does Asbestos come from? Asbestos can be found naturally...

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What is the Difference Between a Phase I and Phase II Site Assessment?

The scenario: You’ve found the perfect location for commercial property and you have decided it is the right time to purchase. It is an exciting time for the business, but when your contractor arrives he discovers an environmental hazard underneath your property. This could quickly become a costly error in judgment.  Where it went wrong:...