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    Problem: There is a lack of understanding, and misconceptions exist about the field of environmental education. Support is relatively low for the many high-quality programs and organizations that do exist. The field is not recognized fully by environmental or education professions, and is overlooked in terms of funding and support. There is a need to maintain a high level of integrity and credibility within the field to continue to build support and break misconceptions about the field. Five Year Direction: SEEF will enhance its leadership role by increasing and formalizing the organization’s services that raise the skill level of individual environmental education practitioners. SEEF will emphasize the design of quality environmental education resources.

    Why do environmental sampling?

    • Collection of air, water, soil and dust characterizes the sources of lead in the environment.
    • It can be a component of a lead exposure prevalence study.
    • It can allow comparison to local and international standards.

    Storm water Monitoring & Sampling

    Increasing focus on our State’s natural resources and the potential contamination from stormwater runoff means that stormwater monitoring requirements increasingly affect industrial, commercial and municipal clients.

    Surface and Groundwater Monitoring & Sampling

    We will focus on organic and inorganic particulates contaminants. We will bring experience on a wide variety of projects, including permitted landfills, Superfund sites, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) TSD facilities, and petroleum release sites.

    Wastewater Monitoring & Sampling

    We will use state-of-the-art equipment, and offer a full spectrum of sampling and monitoring services that meet strict regulatory guidelines at all levels federal, state, and local. Wastewater monitoring details.

    Flow Monitoring

    Flow monitoring will allow us to proactively manage wastewater collection systems. Using flow monitoring, we can determine hydraulic conditions of sanitary sewers under various conditions, determine inflow/infiltration levels, and establish billing stations.

    Environmental Literacy

    Problem: Leadership and decision-makers do not fully understand environmental literacy or how environmental education results in environmental literacy. The link between individual efforts in environmental education and environmental literacy is unclear. We will enhance the role as the primary advocate for environmental literacy.