What Do Environmental Engineers and Environmental Scientists Do?
A five-year redevelopment effort turned the City of Glendale, Wisconsin’s former Bender Road Landfill site into a vibrant community park and collegiate-level baseball facility. On the highest level, environmental engineering has two goals. The first is to help correct the mistakes of the past that have led to the environmental issues of today. The second… Read More »
WDNR Assured Wetland Delineation Saves Time, Money
By Rob Wayne Wetland delineation may not be most people’s favorite topic to research. But if you are involved in any way in developing projects that affect the sites where they are proposed, wetland delineations can have unexpected impacts when they are required for your project. For the unfamiliar, wetlands – a k a bogs,… Read More »
Wetland Delineation: What it is and Why it Matters
Though bogs and swamps may not conjure up images of critical natural resources, it’s hard to overstate the role played by wetlands, as they’re collectively known. Wetlands are unique ecosystems that provide numerous ecological services, including water purification, carbon sequestration, wildlife habitat, and flood control. Wetland delineation is an essential tool for identifying wetlands’ presence… Read More »