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We at ANAMAR Environmental Consulting are taking steps to adhere to Federal and State guidance to combat the spread of the SARS-CoV-19 virus.  To that end, we have limited the number of staff that are working in the office, provided all of our employees with teleworking capability, and ramped up our use of videoconferences and other remote meeting tools.  All of these steps have been taken to protect our staff and community while still delivering high-quality services to our valued clients.

We will continue to monitor Federal and State agencies and adhere to official guidance.  If you have any questions regarding our on-going business operations, capabilities, or seek additional information regarding a specific project or contract, please do not hesitate to contact our team.  We wish all of our clients, partners, and community members the best as we move through this challenging time.

ANAMAR Environmental Consulting, Inc. is a woman-owned small business headquartered in Gainesville, Florida, with an office in Portland, Oregon, serving the West Coast. ANAMAR offers a variety of environmental services to government, industry, and private enterprises as well as other professional consulting organizations. ANAMAR is a versatile company that specializes in environmental sampling and monitoring, project design and management, data review and interpretation, and report preparation. As a small business, ANAMAR is able to provide individual attention to each aspect of a project and meet the specific needs of our clients with a professional, cost-efficient, and scientific approach.

ANAMAR personnel have diverse educational and professional backgrounds with degrees and experience in Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer Science, Ecology, Engineering, Environmental Science, Fisheries Science, Geography, Natural Resource Conservation, Soil and Water Science, Statistics, and Toxicology. Our staff's combination of skills and understanding of ecological systems allows us to provide our clients with an array of services to address complex environmental and permitting questions.

If you are interested in our services or need additional information, please contact us with any questions.

EIS/NEPA Process

As ports and harbors are being expanded and deepened, the need for designation of new Ocean Dredged Material Disposal Sites (ODMDS) is increasing. Formally designating an ODMDS can be a multi-year process; however, inviting early agency coordination and public involvement during identification and development of alternative sites may shorten the process and ensure that the most suitable and acceptable site is selected. This approach has been used...

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Rapid Habitat Assessment

Prior to the initiation of the Naval Station Mayport Homeporting Deepening Project in 2011, the possible presence of habitat at one of the selected ocean disposal sites was brought to the attention of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). The presence of this habitat had not been documented during the ocean disposal site designation process and was previously unknown to EPA, USACE, and the resource agencies...

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