Environmental Consulting Firm
PROFESSIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATES, LLC. (PEA) is a multi-disciplinary environmental consulting firm, with staff expertise in both human and natural resources. PEA’s staff consists of individuals retaining a multitude of licenses and certifications. They are highly qualified in many environmental fields including:
- Regulatory Compliance and Licensing
- Enforcement Action Resolution
- Ecology – Terrestrial, Wetland, Aquatic, Estuarine, Marine
- Water Quality
- Geology and Soils
- Hydrology – Surface and Ground Waters
- Planning – Environmental, Recreation, Land Use
- Environmental Management
- Environmental Restoration and Remediation
- Asbestos, Mold, Lead, Radon
- Underground Storage Tanks and subsurface evaluation
“Water Resources and Pollution in Sri Lanka”. Columbia University, New York City, University Seminars on Environmental Issues. January 23, 1991.
“Mercury Contamination in Water, Sediments and Aquatic Organisms In and Adjacent to Berry’s Creek, Hackensack Meadowlands. New Jersey”. Columbia University, New York City. University Seminars on Water Pollution and Water Resources, October 1989.
“Contamination of Berry’s Creek and Its Potential Ecological Impact”. Fairleigh Dickinson University, College of Science and Engineering, Hackensack River Symposium III (October 1989), Symposium II (September 1988) and Symposium I (September 1987).
“Feasibility Studies For Replacement of Impacted Wetlands”. The Coastal Society Ninth Annual Conference (1986).
“The Wetlands Law and Implementing the Wetlands Law”. February 1989, Conference 89, New Jersey Society & Professional Land Surveyors; Speaker and Workshop Moderator.
“Freshwater Wetlands”; Conference ’88, February 1988, N.J. Society of Professional Land. Surveyors; Speaker and Workshop Moderator.
“Replacement and Enhancement of Freshwater Wetlands – Case Histories in New Jersey”. The 13th Annual Conference in Wetland Restoration and Creation. May 15-16, 1986, Tampa Florida.
“The Use of the FHWA’s Wetland Functional Assessment Methodology in New Jersey”. National Wetlands Assessment Symposium, June 17-20, 1985, Portland Maine.
“The Effect of Contaminated Sediments on the Regeneration and Molting of the Fiddler Crab (Ucaminax).” Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Fifth Annual Meeting; November 1984.
“Feasibility Studies For Replacement of Impacted Wetlands.” The Coastal Society Ninth Annual Conference, Atlantic City, New Jersey, October 1984.