Anderson Environmental & Engineering, Co. has more than 75 years of combined experience in environmental consulting and engineering. Based in Rockford, Ill., we serve clients throughout the Midwest. Our extensive experience in all aspects of project management ensures quick and efficient completion of any job.

Anderson is a woman-owned business certified by the City of Rockford, the State of Illinois, the State of Wisconsin and the Chicago Transit Authority (IL UCP DBE).

asbestos / lead
Asbestos

asbestos / lead

Due to its strength and insulation ability, asbestos has been incorporated into more than 3600 commercial products and used extensively in the construction industry. Now that the hazardous effects of asbestos are known, proper precautions must be taken when demolishing structures to first determine its presence and then properly dispose of it. Learn More >

assesments
Assessments

assessments

Phase I Environmental Site Assessments are typically required as part of property transactions and refinancing. Many lending institutions require a Phase I clearance before they will approve loans. Learn More >

permitting
Permitting

permitting

The Clean Water Act prohibits the discharge of pollutants through a point source into a water of the United States without a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. We offer NPDES storm water and mining permitting, as well as air permitting for a wide variety of clients, including sand and gravel quarries, asphalt plants, furniture manufacturers and coating companies. Learn More >

soil / groundwater
Soil and Groundwater

soil / groundwater

If a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment results in suspicion of contamination, a Phase II Soil Boring and Groundwater Investigation must be performed. This step involves sampling the soil and groundwater at and around a site. The samples are then analyzed to determine what hazardous substances are present at the site and if they are being released into surrounding areas. Learn More >

CCDD
CCDD

CCDD

Clean construction or demolition debris (CCDD) is uncontaminated broken concrete without protruding metal bars, bricks, rock or stone. Reclaimed asphalt pavement generated from construction or demolition activities can also be considered CCDD. When uncontaminated soil is mixed with any of these materials, the uncontaminated soil is also considered CCDD. Learn More >