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Agricultural Discharges/"Ag Waiver" Monitoring
 

Current regulatory actions may require structured monitoring programs for irrigation return flows and stormwater runoff from agricultural lands (Ag Waiver Monitoring). For example, under California’s Irrigated Lands Conditional Waiver Program, agricultural coalition groups or individual dischargers are required to develop monitoring programs tailored to their return flows and stormwater runoff, including data collection for pesticides, metals and minerals, nutrients, pathogens, and aquatic and sediment toxicity.

The PER scientists can bring to bear a highly knowledgeable management team and expert field scientists required to meet any of the demands of the Ag Waiver monitoring and testing requirements.

Pacific EcoRisk provides cradle-to-grave project management for both coalition and individual discharger monitoring programs, including but not limited to the following services:

arrow Project management
arrow Preparation of Sampling and Analysis Plans
arrow Field collection of water and sediment samples
arrow Training of on-site personnel (your workers)
arrow Development of a project-specific QAPP
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Toxicity testing of water and sediment samples

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Management of contract analytical labs

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QA/QC review and interpretation of analytical data

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Preparation of concise, high quality reports

arrow Client representation

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