Environmental Earth Sciences Revenue and Competitors

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  • Environmental Earth Sciences's estimated annual revenue is currently $10.8M per year.(i)
  • Environmental Earth Sciences's estimated revenue per employee is $189,000

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  • Environmental Earth Sciences has 57 Employees.(i)
  • Environmental Earth Sciences grew their employee count by -2% last year.
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Environmental Earth Sciences are independent specialists in the fields of soil science; geology; hydrogeology; geochemistry; water pollution; waste management; and environmental monitoring, measurement and management. - contaminated site assessment, monitoring, remediation consulting, and management; - acid sulfate soils; - landfill water and gas monitoring and management; - auditing; - soil and land capability studies; - groundwater monitoring, dewatering & supply; - mine geochemistry and AMD/ARD studies; - water balance and budgets; - erosion & sediment control; - mine baseline, closure and rehabilitation planning and design; - waste landform design and rehabilitation; - hydrocarbon assessment, remediation design and management; - human health & environment risk assessments. Contaminated land, Hydrogeology, Soil science, Acid sulfate soils, Environmental auditing, Remediation design, Landfills & waste management, Mining & resources, Environmental risk assessment, Soil gas vapour



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Environmental Earth Sciences News

2022-04-20 - Earth Day: Humanity proves it can clean up messes, repair damage

As bad as the environment seems with climate change and other pollution, scientists say humanity has also done a pretty good job of cleaning...

2022-04-20 - A Walk Through the Valley of Death

... Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences (CEEES) took 16 undergraduates and two graduate students to Death Valley National...

2022-04-19 - Environmental experts celebrate success stories for Earth Day ...

Scientists in the 1970s had discovered that a certain class of chemicals, often used in aerosol sprays and refrigeration, was eating away the protective ozone...

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