In 1972, the United States government created the Clean Water Act to ensure the protection of the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of U.S. waters. Therefore, impacting aquatic resources, including wetlands and streams, often requires a Section 404 permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. To receive a permit, developers must demonstrate avoidance and minimization of damages to aquatic resources to the extent practicable – beyond which compensatory mitigation to restore, establish, enhance, or preserve those aquatic resources is required.
Mitigation Solutions USA (MSUSA) can help you fulfill this requirement, keeping your project moving forward.
MSUSA understands the environmental mitigation process from concept and development through the sale and transfer of environmental credits, adhering strictly to regulatory requirements. In addition to our extensive knowledge of ecological and environmental regulations, our longstanding relationship with the team of environmental scientists at Advanced Ecology means that we have ecological knowledge and experience on hand to assist with your solution.
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