Projects

Wolf Eagle Environmental – Project Summaries

Air Emissions/Noise Sampling and Characterization Studies
Location: Tarrant, Parker, Johnson, Montague, Wise, Denton Counties, Texas

Investigation of fugitive air emissions from natural gas compressor station facility and well sites located in multiple counties in Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Project included field study, establishment of proper sampling guidelines. Field sampling included use of air monitoring equipment according to protocol; establish noise levels from equipment vibrations. Evaluate laboratory findings and establish database. Characterization of emissions included establishing effect of volatile organic compounds (Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene and Xylene (BTEX) and associated metabolites with impact to human health. Fugitive emissions levels correlated to existing state and federal regulatory guidelines.

Ecological Services - Trinity River Authority
Boyd Branch West Fork Interceptor
Henrietta Creek Relief
Location: Fort Worth

Perform delineation of waters of the U.S. (“wetland delineation”) and provided support in Section 404 permitting as outlined in the U.S Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Regulatory Program Regulations Section 33 CFR 328.2 that may be impacted by proposed project. Specific technical services included survey of proposed corridor with delineation of all waters. Prepare wetland delineation report, coordinate support for Section 404 permitting activities with USACE, federal and state agencies (US Fish & Wildlife, Texas Parks & Wildlife, Texas Historical Commission). Recommendations include a Pre-Construction Notice (PCN) for construction/rehabilitation of utility lines. Each crossing was delineated to the 100 to 125 foot construction easement and evaluated for the type and nature of impact to waters of the U.S.


Environmental Site Assessment, Regulatory Compliance
Major Railroad – Bulk Oil Real Estate Transfer
Location: Fort Worth, Texas

Evaluated environmental assessments (EAs) and environmental impact statements (EISs) of over 125 individuals sites owned by major railroad for regulatory compliance; adherence to environmental regulations; proper data accumulation and transfer of clear title; and execution of environmental clean-up following state and federal regulations and guidelines across the United States (Environmental Site Assessments, Phase I, Phase II and Remedial Action Plans) submitted to state and federal regulatory agencies. Developed database, evaluated data and established environmental reporting procedures for regulatory compliance.


Demolition/Asbestos and Mold Abatement/Indoor Air Quality Analysis
Fort Worth Transportation Authority (“The T”)
Location: Fort Worth

Performed site management and environmental oversight in remediation of facility in Fort Worth. Project included asbestos and mold remediation oversight and regulatory compliance, predemolition asbestos survey. Interior demolition, and indoor air quality sampling. Estimation of environmental remediation costs, demolition of interior walls, and oversight of project for regulatory compliance.

Title V Emissions Review
Location: Lamar County
Performed review of emissions database for Title V permit review for regulatory compliance. Permit application for compliance and accuracy of proposed emissions of industrial facility. Evaluated new and revised regulation to determine application compliance. Identified technical support, mitigation recommendations for noise, characterization of uncontrolled emissions. Evaluation of dispersion emission model for accuracy and regulatory compliance.

EPA Train the Trainer – Most Achievable Control Technology (MACT)
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Region 4)
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Most Achievable Control Technology – RCRA Organic Air Emissions Standards Inspector and Permit Writer Workshop,(Subpart AA, BB, CC) for the EPA. Developed presentation of MACT regulations for internal inspectors. Presentation of materials to increase knowledge of regulations and use of materials developed for quick referencing in field operations. Field tour included on-site evaluation of fugitive emission and identification of leaks, potential violations and existing groundwater spill remediation.


Demolition/UST Removal
University of North Texas Health Science Center/D.H. Griffin of Texas
Location: Fort Worth

Performed project management, project oversight, client communications and regulatory compliance oversight in the permanent removal of underground storage tank (UST) and grease tank during the demolition of the Osteopathic Medical Center of Texas. Specific technical work included excavation of overburden soil, vacuum contents of tank after rinsate, tank cleaned, labeled, transported and disposed. Grab samples were collected from native soils in sidewalls of tank hold, and ground water samples retrieved in accordance with sampling guides as outlined in TCEQ RG-411. Tank content, native soil and stockpiled waste sampled for presence of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH TX 1005), benzene, toluene ethylbenzene and xylenes (BTEX) and methyl tertiary butyl-ether (MTBE) by EPA Method 8260B.


FAA Safety Management System (SMS) Training/Wildlife Assessment and Environmental Compliance
Carter-Burgess/Jacobs
Location: Texas

Performed Wildlife Analysis and Habitat Assessment in accordance with FAA Safety Management System. Directives included compliance with NEPA regulations, review of ROD,  BRAC reassignment, hazardous materials storage, maintenance and mitigation, and landfill closure. Assist in update of Wildlife Management Plan, Environmentally Sensitive Area, including Habitat and Waters of the State assessment. Recommendation for mitigation of wildlife impact (bird strikes), mitigation of attractant habitat for wildlife, identification of existing populations on airport property. Projects included developing training materials and providing training to airport personnel in wildlife issues.


Bioterrorism Preparedness Program for Rural Counties/Public Health Region 2&3 (Texas) Training Material Development and Presentation Participant
Client: Homeland Security Grant issued to Public Health Region 2&3 and UNTHSC
Location: Rural Communities across North Texas

UNTHSC provided training to first and second responders in rural communities on community exposures for terrorist attacks and initial recognition of potential terrorist attack through a grant received from Homeland Security. Training included presentation of pathogens used in bioterrorist attack, modality of use (air, water, land, human, vector) and the early detection of pathogens presence in the community. Rural community networks of stakeholders were identified and incident command structure initialized with directives to stakeholders in community communication, federal and state resources. Data on various pathogens and chemicals used in a terrorist attack was researched. Advanced scientific training was provided by Wolf Eagle president (A. Rich) in the recognition of aerosol distribution of pathogens used as weapons of mass destruction in crop, livestock and human destruction. UNTHSC Training included live presentation, manual and books, and development of CD for distribution to first and second responders in rural areas.

 

 



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