CLD offers a full range of services including environmental documentation and analysis and environmental permitting capabilities. Our knowledgeable and experienced environmental staff work diligently to ensure compliance with the latest local, state and federal environmental regulations. Our in-house personnel will coordinate directly with our design engineers, resulting in a design product that is compatible with environmental permitting requirements and meets the project goals - often providing cost savings to the client.

Our Environmental Services include:
• Wetlands
• Alteration of Terrain
• National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Documentation
• Erosion Control Plans
• Air Quality
• National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit Applications
• Industrial Wastewater Permitting
• Wastewater Discharge

• Categorical Exclusions
• Environmental Assessments
• Impact Statements (EIS)
• Section 4(f) Evaluations
• Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans and Training
Permitting
EPA NPDES (NON-POINT SOURCE DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM)
PHASE II MUNICIPAL ASSISTANCE


CLD provided clients assistance with development of the Phase II Storm Water Program to meet the compliance regulations published in the Federal Register on December 8, 1999.
WASTEWATER IMPROVEMENTS
ENGINEERING STUDY
TOWN OF ELIOT, ME



The project involved investigation of potential sewering options for the Route 236 Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District, including evaluation of options for providing sewer service to properties within and abutting the TIF District. In addition, two routes were studied to transmit wastewater from the TIF District to the Kittery Wastewater Treatment Plant.
CHIEFTAIN MOTOR INN
RIVERBANK EROSION STABILIZATION
HANOVER, NH


Design plans were developed by CLD and applications were filed for the NHDES Wetland's Bureau Permit and a variance to construct within the shoreline and wetland setback with the Town of Hanover. Extensive research was completed by CLD in order to develop the erosion control plan and design to stabilize 400 linear feet of eroding riverbank.

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