North Carolina provides funding for the removal of underground storage tanks for both residential and commercial owners. We are partnering with Baker Jordan of Jordan Environmental to help clients take advantage of this funding. Removing your unused tanks is not only good for the environment, it may add value to your property and protect you from possible liability from contamination. Give Baker a call at 828-734-2612!
SITE SCREENING FOR GROUNDWATER INFILTRATION FEATURES
Evaluates existing data from online databases to determine whether a site has characteristics that indicate a potential increased risk for groundwater infiltration features; present results; onsite inspection and estimates.
WATER AVAILABILITY SITE ASSESSMENTS
Discussions with the property owners about any Site technical limitations, current and anticipated water needs and sources, existing water routes, and the creation of a pre-existing features map.
SITE DESIGN AND DATA COLLECTION PLANS
Discussions with the property owners about landscaping goals and methods, proposed water routes and strategies, monitoring and maintenance concerns, data needs and collection methods, and preparation of a long-term plan.
SITE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
The Site plan may be put into effect directly by the client, by contractors with oversight by the client, or by contractors whose work is overseen by WaterLinks; the Site Implementation Plan will also update the existing features map.
To motivate people to implement high-tech, mid-tech, and low-tech methods for invigorating and managing the movement of water, WaterLinks is working with local community colleges, agencies, and by contract to make classes for these methods available. We give and coordinate training sessions, manage projects, and refer contractors.
Collect and compile data to measure the effects of the water retention methods on local conditions. WaterLinks offers refunded discounts to clients that participate in the collection of data for a year. This may be in the form of surveys, billed water usage, photographs, crop yields, climate data (temperature, humidity, and precipitation), soil moisture measurements, depth-to-water readings in wells, or other types of measurements