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  • 1. ESI WATER RESOURCESCatchment ManagementAssessment and Management of Catchment-scale RisksESI provides catchment management services as part of a portfolio of environmental services to the waterindustry, government and third sector organisations. Strategic partnerships with specialist consultantssupport the delivery of robust and practical advice on all aspects of catchment management. Theseinclude mitigation of rural and urban diffuse pollution impacts, water resource planning and floodmitigation.Highlights of our catchment management services• The largest multi- • Clear advice on disciplinary team feasibility, timescales and dealing with catchment effectiveness of mitigation management in the UK measures• Careful consideration of all • A wide range of simple environmental uncertainties to sophisticated, but by relevant specialists effective, modelling• Agricultural advice approaches focussed around an in- • Considerable experience depth understanding of of hydrogeology and on-farm economics groundwater management in all UK aquifers ESI’s catchment management advice strategy centres around early provision of a feasibility assessment before launching into detailed analysis, mitigation design and cost benefit analysis. Readily available national datasets are combined with our in- depth knowledge of the local environmental and agricultural systems, to advise on feasibility of the most likely measures. In-depth analysis of catchment-based risk mitigation includes groundwater and surface water modelling, contaminanttransport modelling, assessment of economic and agricultural impacts at the farm scale, assessment ofimpacts on aquatic ecology and more.ESI’s recognition that every catchment is totally unique is a key factor in the approach and selection of ourassessments and solutions.Dedicated point of contact: “ESI’s experienced team of hydrogeologists and water resource specialists will conduct a feasibility assessment and then advise a catchmentDr Steve Buss management strategy, comprising of detailed analysis, mitigation designTechnical Director and cost benefit analysis”stevebuss@esinternational.com Mark Fermor, Managing Director01743 276100 Shrewsbury Reading London esinternational.com

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