Monthly Archives: December 2015

Mining: From Conception to Reclamation

Forty million pounds of sand and gravel are needed to construct one mile of single-lane road. This and the high environmental cost of transporting large quantities of material over long distances were among the facts presented by organizers of the … Continue reading

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The Governor Speaks . . . and then what? Figuring Out the Role of Executive Orders for Development and in CEQA Documents

ECORP Strategic Water Advisor Michael Preszler, P.E., is scheduled to speak at the upcoming Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP) Conference to be held in April 2016 in San Diego. “The Governor Speaks . . . and then what? Figuring Out … Continue reading

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ECORP Closes for the Holidays!

All ECORP offices will be closed from Friday, December 25, through Friday, January 1. ECORP will reopen on Monday, January 4, 2016. We wish you all the best this Holiday Season and we hope you have a wonderful New Year!

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AB 52 Training Workshops Available

ECORP is offering a comprehensive training course on the new requirements of Assembly Bill (AB) 52, which as of July 2015 amended CEQA to mandate consultation with California Native American tribes during the CEQA process. ECORP has conducted more than … Continue reading

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