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Working with Michigan’s Agribusiness Industry

August 9, 2022

Envirologic’s home state of Michigan has a sizeable agriculture industry, leading the nation in the production of numerous crops, including asparagus, tart cherries, black and cranberry beans, cucumbers, squash, and Niagara grapes. Michigan ranks second only to California in agricultural diversity with over 300 different commodities, and agribusiness contributes over $100 billion annually to the state’s economy. Within this large business sector, Envirologic’s role is to help our clients understand and manage environmental regulations that pertain to their individual processes.

Our team of engineers, geoscientists, and biologists have the knowledge to help guide farmers, growers, and processors through regulatory compliance and permitting requirements at the federal, state, and local levels. Members of our staff often become trusted project partners, providing clients the expertise necessary to relieve them of the timelines and details related to compliance requirements.

Envirologic has considerable experience preparing compliance documents such as Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans; Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans; Discharge Management Plans; Operation and Maintenance Plans; and various permits (air, water, solid waste). Our team has the capabilities to conduct environmental investigations associated with process discharges and water/wastewater handling including permit application development, permit compliance sampling, and reporting. Envirologic also provides a wide range of ecological services in support of our clients in the agribusiness sector, including wetland delineation, natural features inventories, and threatened and endangered species surveys.

Refer to the resources included below for additional information on our team’s expertise and past experience implementing these services:

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