Mason & Associates, Inc. Wetland Consultants
Copart of Bellingham Stormwater Controls - Bellingham and Mendon, MA 

Mason & Associates procured wetland permits (Orders of Condition) and resolved a Notice of Violation related to a 27-acre automobile salvage facility in Bellingham and Mendon, MA. The project involved the development of a Stormwater Management Plan that included wetland field delineation, drainage investigation, Impact analysis and mitigation, stormwater management control, and buffer vegetation plantings. Permit application development and follow through included the coordination of on-site meetings with Conservation Commission members from the two Towns and the Massachusetts Highway Department, preparation and submittal of permit application materials, attendance at Conservation Commission hearings, and assistance in selection of a site contractor via development of a bid package.
Tyco Printed Circuits Group - Stafford, CT  

Mason & Associates assisted Tyco Printed Circuits Group in their application to the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection for a Water Diversion Permit. The company provided a variety of environmental services to demonstrate that continued withdrawal of water from adjacent Riverside Pond would not pose adverse environmental impacts. These environmental services included natural resources mapping, wetland function and value assessment, fishery investigation, bathymetric mapping, and macro-invertebrate sampling. An evaluation of Furnace Brook water quality was performed using the macro-invertebrate data and EPA rapid bio-assessment methods.
Wetlands Monitoring & Mitigation - East Greenwich, RI

Construction and operation of remediation facilities at a major New England industrial site posed impacts on area wetlands. As part of the remediation, a long-term wetland monitoring and mitigation plan was implemented. The wetlands program was developed by Mason & Associates staff in the context of a state ordered consent agreement. The program included monitoring of construction impacts and indirect impacts to wetlands expected as a result of a groundwater extraction system. The program included monitoring of vegetation, wildlife biota, hydrology, water chemistry, and soil geochemistry.
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