Water Resource Development & Management

Water Resource Development & Management

EWMA provides wide range of water resource development and management services for public clients, private clients, site owners, developers and golf course management clients. These services include Hydrogeologic Investigations, Watershed and Aquifer Management, Groundwater Supply Development and Support Services. Hydrogeologic Investigations range from subsurface characterization to water use inventories to aquifer and basin yield assessments. Watershed and Aquifer Management services include monitoring of groundwater levels and streamflows, water conservation plans, wellhead protection area studies, and wetlands and flood plain delineation. Groundwater Supply Development services involve well site selection, design, and installation, aquifer testing and evaluation, groundwater quality analysis, and well rehabilitation and yield improvement. In additional to these services, we also provide Support Services to developers and landowners who are seeking to secure access to water resources. These services include expert testimony, claims evaluation, ordinance planning and development support.

The ultimate goal concerning water resource development and management is often obtaining a Water Allocation Permit (WAP) from governmental agencies. EWMA has the experience and know-how to perform all the steps necessary to prepare and submit a Water Allocation Permit (WAP) to the appropriate parties. We also provide client support services once a WAP has been submitted to ensure regulators’ questions are answered in a technically appropriate and timely manner.

Having EWMA as a team member helps facilitate and seamlessly manage the overall process.

EWMA News

  • How surety bonds expand post-remediation care options to meet financial assurance requirements

    Earlier in 2019, the New Jersey legislature approved updates to the 2009 Site Recovery Reform Act (SRRA), a suite of improvements known collectively as SRRA 2.0. Introduced a decade after the original SRRA, this legislation sought out to improve upon the original set of regulations. One such tweak was to the list of acceptable remedial […]

  • How vapor intrusion is discovered and remediated

    Co-Authored by Don Richardson, President and Jacob Strauss, Senior Engineer.

    Vapor intrusion has evolved into one of the highest risks commercial real estate developers and owners face. Vapor intrusion can pose a greater risk than contaminated soil or groundwater. The rise of vapors from contaminated sources into buildings can pose an immediate risk if they reach hazardous levels.

  • EWMA and CohnReznick to Host Seminar on Estate Planning: Is Your Property At Environmental Risk?

    Panel discussion to be held on December 5, 2019 at CohnReznick, Roseland, NJ

    EWMA, an environmental consulting and remediation firm, and CohnReznick, a national advisory and accounting services firm, announced they are co-hosting a complimentary estate planning and environmental seminar, on Thursday, December 5, 2019.

  • Tackling post-remediation care in New Jersey

    Environmental remediation projects are rarely a one-and-done undertaking. A site may need to be monitored and maintained long after regulatory agency closure, if the active remediation did not achieve the most stringent cleanup standards.

  • Andrew Truman Promoted to Senior Environmental Scientist at EWMA

    Congratulations go out to Andrew, who has been elevated to Senior Environmental Scientist. Andrew has been in the environmental industry for eight years and has worked on a variety of projects including superfund sites and beach fill restoration projects

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P.O. Box 5430
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