Water Withdrawal Monitoring

A natural gas client required ongoing water source monitoring to maintain water withdrawal operations. Endangered and threatened species inhabited a nearby wetland, prompting the Susquehanna River Basin Commission to require semi-annual monitoring of area plants, the macroinvertebrate community in the stream, and the stream’s flow volume and water chemistry.

RETTEW’s integrated services provided design of the actual pumping station as well as ongoing scientific investigations for continued water withdrawal once the station was operational. Our staff of professionals provided the necessary monitoring to allow continued operation of the water withdrawal station.

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