Our experts can help you navigate the challenges of regulatory compliance and water resources management.
River to Tap’s (R2T) Water Resources and Regulatory Compliance Team is made up of qualified personnel to address various types of projects. We work with municipalities and regulators to develop solutions to protect, improve, store and distribute water. Our engineers and scientists have conducted watershed investigations, water quality evaluations and stormwater management studies of various sizes and complexities. We provide planning, design, and construction services for water resources projects for our clients. Our team applies experiences and emerging technologies to provide sustainable cost effective solutions that are based on scientific and engineering analysis.
R2T has provided assistance with meeting National Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) requirements for wastewater planning including developing watershed monitoring plans, watershed assessment plans, watershed protection plans, anti-degradation reviews and environmental information documents.
R2T also provides assistance to municipalities in meeting regulatory mandates related to the CWA and SDWA. We work with department staff and regulators to identify streams for delisting and develop watershed management plans that include the best management practices (BMPs) and action plans for meeting reduction goals.
R2T staff is experienced in preparing quality environmental assessment (EA) and Categorical Exclusion (CE) documents in accordance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements. We are also experienced in completing Georgia Environmental Policy Act (GEPA) documentation. Our team is familiar with the various state and federal agency (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of Natural Resources, EPA and SHPO) consultations needed as a part of the process to advance projects to right-of-way acquisition and construction in accordance with NEPA and GEPA.
Our in-house resources provide us with expertise needed to manage various NEPA processes and procedures associated with transportation, the National Park Service (NPS), and the U.S. Corps of Engineers. Our team is supported by an established network of engineers, ecologists, historians, archaeologists and air and noise specialists who assist with various special studies under NEPA; including Section 4(F) evaluations, environmental justice analysis, indirect and cumulative impact assessments, and public involvement. We also work with GIS technicians, planners and regulators to manage projects efficiently through preliminary engineering, design, permitting and construction phases.