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Water Quality, Wastewater, & Water Supply

ICF works with clients around the world to create strategies for improved water quality, wastewater treatment, and water supply that meet environmental and economic needs.

ICF covers every step of water quality, wastewater, and water supply systems planning, development, mitigation, and implementation, developing sophisticated models and alternative scenarios, analyzing impacts on the entire watershed, and engaging stakeholders on potentially controversial projects.

Our comprehensive water quality services include:

  • Preparation and execution of sampling and monitoring programs
  • Development and implementation of pollution control measures
  • Complex modeling and evaluation of various water quality parameters
  • Permit acquisition, including those for waste discharge
  • Compliance with U.S. Clean Water Act (CWA) Sections 401, 402, and 404 (including alternatives analysis)
  • Facility planning and compliance documentation
  • Valuation, including nonmarket valuation, of water and ecosystems
  • Public education for recycled water programs (including multilingual outreach)
  • Integrated watershed management
  • Development of habitat mitigation plans and strategies

As regions and communities face water shortages, escalating costs for wastewater treatment, and conflicts over source waters for supply, ICF provides innovative thought leadership and a global environmental perspective to meet these challenges. With 40 years of experience, we have the in-depth capabilities to creatively help numerous industries and cities worldwide and U.S. federal and state agencies in solving their most complex water quality, water supply, and wastewater environmental problems.

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