Kulshan Environmental Services - Knowledge, Integrity and Leadership
Ferndale, WA stormwater pond
Our knowledgeable stormwater team will conduct an independent evaluation of your stormwater facility that meets all government requirements. Local governments are obligated by law to make sure that stormwater facilities are protecting water quality. A qualified evaluation provides clients a solid plan of action and peace of mind that their stormwater pond, swales and catch basins are operating as they should and that maintenance is targeted effectively over time to reduce costs and liability down the road. Our KES team is available to speak to business professionals about the latest stormwater requirements.
Skagit County farmland
When it comes to land use and water quality issues, permitting, and navigating regulatory complexities, Kulshan Environmental Services has years of experience working with businesses and governmental entities assisting them in achieving positive outcomes.
David Roberts, KES owner
Count on knowledge and expertise with David Roberts to facilitate your short or long-term group process, retreat, round table or training session. David works effectively with groups large and small as they collectively explore solutions, mutual priorities and future directions. David has 30 years experience working with state, local and tribal governments as well as technical expertise in land and water resource management. His understanding of the issues and relationships is an asset to any group process because he understands the big picture and can move groups toward positive outcomes. _
Stormwater News Features
Upcoming Stormwater Facility Maintenance Workshops (posted April 4, 2013)
David Roberts of Kulshan Environmental Services will be one of several presenters at upcoming stormwater maintenance workshops on April 20 and May 18, 2013.
Mark your calendars and tell your friends about these informative events. Stormwater facility owners, neighborhood associations and business owners responsible for their facilities will learn what they need to know to keep their facilities operating properly. This will save them money and give them peace of mind. Participation requires registration to Lee First at email@example.com.
Garbage site in Ferndale cleaned up its act by reducing water pollution (March 21, 2013)
"RDS is now a clean transfer station. It's not a dump," said Lee First, a RE Sources pollution prevention specialist and the tour guide on that stormy morning. As an indication of how much the RDS transfer station has improved, it hosted a tour on Wednesday, March 20, by RE Sources for Sustainable Communities, which counts stormwater pollution among its environmental causes. Read more...
Stormwater toxicity studied at Suquamish hatchery (January 22, 2013)
When you see how hard salmon work upstream, this new information is hard to take... "Observers noticed that many of the female coho that made it home to their natal streams were dying before they could lay their eggs, often within a few hours of a rainstorm. Leading up to their deaths, researchers noticed that the fish seemed confused, often going in different directions and turning onto their sides while swimming. The fish bumped into the sides of their tanks, showing no sense of direction and keeling over on their sides... There was something severely wrong with them." Read more...
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Knowledge, Integrity and Leadership
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