Cherokee Rose Environmental Services (CRES) is a full service environmental consulting firm. It was incorporated in 2008 to provide environmental services in the southeastern United States. The firm consults in both wetland issues and agricultural issues. The firm is certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). The DBE certification is used by FDOT and Florida aviation authorities to achieve a specific level of project participation by small minority businesses.
It is the goal of CRES to expedite client's permitting/licensing/registrations by minimizing the number of application RAI requests/rejections by ensuring compliance with existing laws. The services provided by Cherokee Rose Environmental Services include:
Setting wetland jurisdictional lines pursuant to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1987 wetland delineation manual and Chapter 62-340, Florida Administrative Code
Environmental Impact Statements
Environmental Technical Studies
Performing WRAP and UMAM analysis of a site or mitigation plan
Project analysis in regards to probable permitting issues
Meeting with regulatory personnel to discuss environmental issues
Preparation and submittal of permitting applications and exhibits
Coordination with regulatory agencies during the permitting review process to expedite permit issuance
Assist with construction SWPPP development and implementation; conduct NPDES construction inspections.
Licensed Gopher Tortoise Agrent
Fertilizer Consultation Division
Facilitates fertilizer licensing and registration in all 50 states
Fertilizer label development
Assistance Control Release fertilizer guarantees
Assistance with Chelated fertilizer guarantees
Laboratory Information Mamagement Systems (LIMS) implementation
Facilitates licensing and registration of Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) 25(b) exempt pesticides in all 50 states.
FIFRA 25(b) exempt pesticide label development
Assistance with Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) product applications.