WATER & UTILITIES
ERO provides municipalities, water providers, and the agricultural community with sound, legally defensible, and concise environmental resource evaluation and permitting assistance. ERO integrates critical personnel to help with Clean Water Act compliance and efficiently guide water resource projects toward completion. We have a proven track record of being highly responsive to our clients’ needs and working with them on solutions for the environmental and permitting challenges that their projects face.
Water & Utilities Leads
Moneka Worah has worked as a natural resource specialist since 2004, focusing on wetland and riparian ecosystems. She has experience in wetland delineations, Clean Water Act Section 404 permitting, wetland and riparian restoration, functional assessments, and threatened and endangered species surveys. Moneka has assisted clients with obtaining Section 404 Nationwide, Regional, and Individual permitsfor wetland impacts and assisted with Endangered Species Act Section 7 consultations with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Moneka also has experience in National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance and has prepared Environmental Assessments and assisted with Environmental Impact Statements. She has worked on a variety of projects including stream and wetland restoration, large wind development projects, residential developments, oil and gas, recreational trails and facilities, and road construction.
Clint is a natural resource specialist with 16 years of experience in wetland delineations, vegetation mapping, habitat evaluation, and threatened and endangered species surveys for road construction projects, residential developments, oil and gas developments, water resource projects, and recreation plans. He has experience with water and soil sampling and analysis and a broad background in biological resources. Clint is experienced in Endangered Species Act (ESA) compliance, natural resource impact evaluations, and environmental permitting. He is especially knowledgeable in North American herpetology and has performed several field studies of reptile populations in the Rocky Mountain region, western United States, and Mexico.