We simplify regulatory compliance with innovative approaches to science and data.
Our Recent Works
Agricultural Coalition Member Portals
An online tool built for the growers in East San Joaquin Coalition to view their membership information, checklist, upcoming events and submit their Farm Evaluation and INMP Summary Report through the online forms.
Irrigated Lands Regulatory Programs
MLJ Environmental assists six different agricultural coalitions with various tasks including management of membership data, water quality data management, water quality monitoring and reporting, and specialized studies required for permit compliance. MLJ Environmental specializes in assisting agriculture with compliance issues involving both surface and groundwater.
MLJ Environmental assists numerous clients with compliance with permits that range from the Phase II stormwater permit to the industrial general permit promulgated by the State Water Resources Control Board. MLJ Environmental successfully obtained a grant that allows a client to develop a Stormwater Resources Management Plan and is now completing the SRMP for the client.
MLJ Environmental created new features and corrected existing features such as property easements, water main lines, well sites, pump stations, and integrated everything into California American Water’s Asset Management software. Approximately 5,000 assets were corrected and modified, 1,000 easements created, and roughly 1700 as-builts were catalogued and geo referenced.
Bacterial source tracking
MLJ Environmental is working with a client to determine the source of bacterial contamination in groundwater monitoring wells. Using a combination of standard Total coliform testing and Real Time PCR techniques, MLJ Environmental determined the source of the bacterial contamination in monitoring wells downgradient from three regional POTWs.
MLJ is conducting a study funded by CDFA FREP to evaluate the leaching of nitrate past the root zone in a walnut orchard. Leaching is being estimated by measuring the nitrate load moving past the root zone coupled with 1-dimensional modeling of vadose zone processes. The information will be used to advise growers about fertilizer management practices that can effectively reduce the amount of nitrogen moving to groundwater.
Industries We Help
Driving technology and solutions for our clients