Environmental Monitoring

Environmental Monitoring photo of industrial measuring rulers in large grassy field

Protecting human health, protecting a client from potential future liability, or providing compliance with State and Federal Regulations, are the main reasons environmental monitoring is performed. Often, the protected resource being monitored is ground or surface water, air, or soil.

State and Federal Regulations require certain facilities to monitor the impact their facility has on the environment. These facilities include, but are not limited to, landfills, spray irrigation sites, industrial facilities, and wastewater treatment plants. Haley Ward staff is responsible for all client contact, interactions with State and/or Federal officials, overview and scheduling of environmental monitoring field personnel, review and reporting of data and electronic data management. This includes managing and reporting data via Discharge Monitoring Reports (netDMR) and the Electronic Data Deliverable (EDD) format.

Haley Ward currently offers the following environmental monitoring and sampling programs:

  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Stormwater Monitoring
  • Surface Water
  • Leachate
  • Soil Monitoring
  • Wastewater Monitoring
  • Indoor Air Quality Monitoring