Selecting an environmental consultant
Site investigations and cleanup procedures can be complex, time-consuming and costly. It is important to select a qualified environmental consultant to perform the tasks required to thoroughly investigate and clean up your contamination.
A competent and experienced consultant can also help you explore redevelopment options for your property, and ensure that you have information about possible financial assistance.
- Selecting an Environmental Consultant (RR-502)
- Environmental Services Contractor List (RR-024) - Self identified environmental consultants. This is not a certification or registration list. To be added to this list, please contact Jenny Dorman.
- PECFA Registered Consulting Firms (RR-993)
- PECFA Registered Consultants (RR-994)
- Information from the American Council of Engineering Companies regarding Qualifications Based Selection (QBS)
- Ch. NR 712, Wis. Adm. Code, Qualifications and Certifications (RR-081)
- Ch. NR 712, Wis. Adm. Code, provides the personnel qualifications that any person working on an environmental response action, from the initial investigation to the final cleanup, must meet.
- As of Nov. 1, 2013, the definition of "hydrogeologist" was modified. In addition to the existing educational requirements, a hydrogeolgist will also need to be registered as a geologist or licensed as a hydrologist with the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.
- Chapter NR 712.09, Wis. Adm. Code, provides information to consultants on the appropriate certification statement to use for submittals to the department.