It’s rare that your project will only require one environmental permit. More typically, several are required and, in the instance of a manufacturing or production facility the necessary permits may number in the dozens.
A Biological Assessment is a component of EIR and EIS reports in accordance with NEPA and CEQA. Its purpose is to determine if your project activities “may affect” any protected listed plant or animal species native to your geographic location.
California’s complex environmental regulatory structure is a fact of life. Today, an environmental consultant is just as necessary for your project’s success as engineering, heavy equipment and hard hats.