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Compliance Envirosystems average salary is $41,314, median salary is $41,267 with a salary range from $38,168 to $44,554.
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Civil Engineer 38,168-44,554 Atlanta, GA, 30301 2010 Compliance Envirosystems Civil Engineer Salaries (4)
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Civil Engineer 41,267-41,267 Baton Rouge, LA, 70801 2010 Compliance Envirosystems Civil Engineer Salaries (4)
Compliance Envirosystems Baton Rouge, LA Salaries
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  • Compliance EnviroSystems LLC
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Baton Rouge, LA
  • Compliance EnviroSystems, LLC is a full service sewer evaluation and technical evaluation company. We specialize in providing professional evaluation services to municipalities, engineers, and contractors. As a result of aging and neglect, the nation's sanitary and storm sewer systems are deteriorating at an alarming rate. Environmental fines, street collapses, overflowing manholes, overloaded wastewater treatment facilities, scenic stream pollution, and a variety of other problems are the result. Design engineers and city official must address these problems. Professional evaluation services provided by CES assist the engineer and city officials in developing cost effective, long range evaluation, construction and rehabilitation programs. These