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Environmental Compliance

Environmental Compliance and Permitting

Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting offers a wide variety of ecological and environmental compliance services to meet the needs of our clients. Functioning independently, or in collaboration with other environmental organizations, we participate in NEPA (National Environmental Policy Act) projects across the intermountain west. Addressing forest management, oil and gas infrastructure development, communication facility construction, water development and conveyance are our fields of expertise.

Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting has experience providing environmental due diligence services on utility-scale renewable energy projects, communication facilities, water conveyance, transportation, oil and gas infrastructure and other small-scale development projects.  Our interdisciplinary team will work closely with regulatory agencies and project teams to achieve permit approval in a timely and efficient manner.  Our environmental due diligence services enable developers to determine feasibility within the parameters of compliance requirements.

We are familiar with the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and its requirements. Our team of ecological experts has conducted wetland delineations, threatened and endangered species surveys, rare plant surveys, and ecological assessments.

We provide the following services:

Example Projects in Environmental Compliance

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Bald Mountain Communication Facility

Blue Mountain assisted Mangi Environmental Group in NEPA planning and oversight for the development of a communications tower on US Forest Service land in Larimer County.

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Fort Collins Environmental Compliance

Blue Mountain developed a wetland management plan to meet regulations per the City of Fort Collins Land Use Code.

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Energy Storage Project

Blue Mountain Environmental Consulting developed a wildlife management plan which detailed wildlife impacts and recommended mitigation measures.

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Gelvin Ranch Phase 1 Environmental Assessment

Gelvin Ranch is a 920-acre working ranch located in eastern Yuma County, Colorado. A Phase I Environmental Assessment was initiated because the landowner transferred developmental rights to The Nature Conservancy through a conservation easement.

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