There are countless reasons why an individual may require an environmental consultant. These reasons range from property transactions, commercial property development, environmental liability assessment, groundwater and soil monitoring, remediation, and staying compliant with governing authorities.
Whatever your needs may be, MCE provides numerous environmental services to meet your requirements. Call us now:706-579-1607
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
MCE has completed thousands of Phase 1 site assessments (ESAs) for commercial real estate transactions, lender financing, owner re-financing, foreclosures, and other audit programs. All our reports follow the ASTM Standard and AAI rule.
Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
MCE provides quality Phase II Environmental Site Assessment Reports that adhere to the requirements of ASTM Standard Practice 1903-11 and are specifically designed to meet your business purpose. Our associates conduct practical Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) for commercial, industrial, and government properties located throughout the United States.
Underground Storage Tanks
MCE has been conducting underground storage tank (UST) assessments and closures for the state and county governments, manufacturers, real estate companies, and the owners and operators of commercial and industrial sites for decades.
Level 3 Soil Survey & Septic System Design
MCE has extensive experience in Level 3 Soil Analysis (for residential and commercial real estate transactions) for septic system permits. Our licensed geologists in conjunction with professional engineers can design a septic system that will work for the most difficult conditions and/or problem lots.
Erosion Control & NPDES Stormwater Monitoring
MCE has assisted a variety of clients including local and municipal governments, utility contractors, real estate developers, custom home builders, and private landowners with all types of planning and permitting related to local Land Disturbing Activity (LDA) regulations and National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) compliance issues.
Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure
We provide spill prevention; control & countermeasure plans for facilities that are required to have them by the EPA. We adhere to the CWA title 40 CFR part 112 when designing and implementing a SPCC plan. The purpose of the SPCC plan is to help facilities prevent a discharge of oil into navigable waters or adjoining shorelines. The rule is part of the U.S. EPA oil spill prevention program and was published under the CWA.
Wetlands and Statewaters Impact
MCE assist individual landowners and developers who are planning a construction project that will alter a wetland, stream, or other water body, or who wish to avoid having an impact to those areas may need assistance to identify them and to meet the requirements of the Clean Water Act (CWA) and similar state or local ordinances.
Asbestos Inspection & Testing
MCE will work with you to assess what type of asbestos inspection that is right for your needs. Inspections can range from a quick visual inspection to detailed sampling and testing programs....
MCE is Georgia’s resource to assess the liability of a potential property that once was a brownfield site and has or can been cleaned up for reuse. There are both monetary and emotional benefits in reclaiming such contaminated properties.
Environmental Field Service
MCE has experienced staff to support your projects in the areas of soil sampling, groundwater sampling, drilling, sample collection, surface water sampling, project management, contractor oversight, and many other areas...
MCE offers various inspections for residential and commercial properties including mold investigation, radon gas testing, and stucco inspection. Whether you are testing your current home for possible health hazards and structural damage or in the process of purchasing a home ...