Environmental Resilience and Sustainability

Waste-to-Resources, Water Treatment and Environmental Engineering, Remediation, and Compliance Services

Montrose Environmental Group provides waste-to-resources, water treatment and environmental engineering, remediation, and compliance services to clients through its ES Engineering Services, FGS Group, and PARS Environmental legacy brands. As a full-service consultant and contractor, we strive to provide exceptional environmental services in the areas of waste-to-resources, water treatment and environmental engineering, remediation, and compliance. To achieve this, we work closely with our clients and create a seamless approach to project completion so that we are a key part of their teams. This relationship results in quicker environmental assessment and problem solving, while also minimizing expense. Today, our experienced professionals support a diverse client base throughout the United States.

Based on extensive history in the category, Montrose Environmental Group has developed certain operating principles and “best practices” that influence successful outcomes in waste-to-resources, water treatment, and remediation projects. For each client, we offer detailed feasibility studies and comprehensive planning services that include:

  • Operations and Maintenance
  • Design and Engineering
  • Process Troubleshooting
  • Site Assessment and Evaluation
  • Regulatory Compliance and Permitting
  • Construction Management and Assistance
  • New Project Development

As a division of Montrose Environmental Group, we are uniquely positioned to leverage the knowledge and services of other specializations when working with clients. Our principals and staff possess the expertise in environmental engineering, water and wastewater treatment, waste-to-resources, air and water discharge permits, remedial system design, construction, operations, and waste conversion technologies. Our existing clients include private industries, public utility companies, public agencies, local, state and federal government divisions, and major engineering and construction companies.