West Virginia Stream Mitigation Banks
Providing Section 404 Clean Water Act mitigation credits throughout most of West Virginia, which can decrease permitting time, limit liability and control costs.
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The West Virginia Stream Mitigation Banks are located in Harrison, Logan, McDowell, Mason, Ritchie and Wetzel Counties, WV and provide stream mitigation credits in both the Huntington and Pittsburgh Districts of the US Army Corps of Engineers. Mitigation credits from EIP enable you to satisfy the requirements of your environmental permit quickly and cost-effectively while eliminating liability exposure. Credit purchases also promote large scale conservation and restoration of West Virginia’s stream corridors for future generations.
The West Virginia Stream Mitigation Banks are approved or in permitting by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to fulfill mitigation requirements of Section 404 Clean Water Act permits.
Advantages of EIP Mitigation Credits
Our large mitigation banks achieve economies of scale, reducing our cost per credit.
Eliminates Up-Front Costs
You incur costs only upon credit delivery.
Provides Budget Certainty
Pricing is predictable, and credits are a one-time purchase.
Mitigation banks are already approved, reducing permit review time.
Releases You from Liability
EIP assumes all responsibility for performance, including 10+ years of monitoring, maintenance and reporting requirements.
Can Reduce Your Credit Need
There is no loss of aquatic resource or habitat function, which many regulatory authorities penalize in calculating credit requirements.
Preferred by Regulators
Per federal regulation, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and EPA favor mitigation banking for compensatory mitigation.
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Copperas Mitigation Bank, Logan County, WV