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Sand County Environmental, Inc., is a nationally-recognized environmental engineering firm providing a full array of phytoremediation and traditional remediation solutions to private and public service sectors. Our work is most often conducted for owners of landfills, lenders, retail and wholesale agricultural chemical storage facilities, local and state governments, and other property owners where soil, groundwater, or stormwater management issues are of concern.

Phytoremediation

National leader in providing phytoremediation (plant-based) solutions for pollutants in soil, groundwater, and stormwater.

Ag-Chem Industry

Assisting ag-chem facilities’ manage environmental issues including facility design, stormwater management, and nutrient and pesticide remediation.

Solid Waste

Providing a range of investigation and monitoring services, including sustainable, on-site leachate management systems.

Environmental Services

Providing Phase I and Phase II ESAs, site investigations, remediations, due diligence, wetland services, and expert witness.

Wastewater/Engineered Wetlands

Alternative treatment systems and artificial wetlands to treat leachate, wastewater, and stormwater through the use of plants, soil, and microbes.

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Sand County Environmental recently completed several wetland delineations in northern Wisconsin. Wetland delineation is a complex process that consists of evaluating the vegetation, soil profile, and wetland hydrology to determine the presence and extent of wetlands. These delineations are crucial to determining what portions of a site can be used and which portions of a site must remain protected. It takes a trained eye and a wide array of skills to become a wetland delineator, and we are rather fortunate to have multiple wetland delineators on-staff here at Sand County Environmental. ... See MoreSee Less

Sand County Environmental recently completed several wetland delineations in northern Wisconsin. Wetland delineation is a complex process that consists of evaluating the vegetation, soil profile, and wetland hydrology to determine the presence and extent of wetlands. These delineations are crucial to determining what portions of a site can be used and which portions of a site must remain protected. It takes a trained eye and a wide array of skills to become a wetland delineator, and we are rather fortunate to have multiple wetland delineators on-staff here at Sand County Environmental.Image attachmentImage attachment

Many communities have brownfields, abandoned properties with potential contamination. Sand County Environmental can help assess and clean up sites like these, and WDNR can provides funding.
Interested in learning how cleaning up brownfields can help your community? The DNR’s series of on-demand Brownfields Fundamentals webinars are part of a well-rounded crash course in Wisconsin brownfields redevelopment. Topics include:
• Brownfields Overview
• Planning
• Locating Brownfields
• Managing Environmental Liability
• The Cleanup Process
• Financial Resources
DNR webinars are available on the RR Program’s Presentations and Trainings webpage dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/Brownfields/Training.html
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Many communities have brownfields, abandoned properties with potential contamination. Sand County Environmental can help assess and clean up sites like these, and WDNR can provides funding.
Interested in learning how cleaning up brownfields can help your community? The DNR’s series of on-demand Brownfields Fundamentals webinars are part of a well-rounded crash course in Wisconsin brownfields redevelopment. Topics include:
• Brownfields Overview
• Planning
• Locating Brownfields
• Managing Environmental Liability
• The Cleanup Process
• Financial Resources
DNR webinars are available on the RR Program’s Presentations and Trainings webpage //dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/Brownfields/Training.html