Ensuring Effective Solutions to Your Environmental Challenges

Welcome to Great Plains Environmental, our firm has been a leading figure in environmental consulting in the upper Midwest since 1989.

Trust us, we're experts.

With a mission to identify, solve, and prevent unwanted environmental conditions, we assist our clients in complying with local, state, and federal regulations that offer long-term advantages and reduce future liability.

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Great Plains Environmental provides fast and reliable services on commercial and private real estate to buyers, sellers, realtors and lending institutions throughout the upper Midwest. Our immediate response to conducting Environmental Solutions provides our customers peace of mind and makes us a leader in client satisfaction.
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About Great Plains Environmental

The ever-expanding collection of environmental laws, regulations, procedures and requirements to maintain environmental compliance and minimize environmental liability continues to be a substantial component of commercial operations in today’s marketplace. Environmental issues affect so many people, including real estate buyers, sellers, and brokers, as well as engineers, architects, construction companies, banks, business owners, and homeowners. Great Plains Environmental is dedicated to identifying and resolving environmental issues for all stakeholders to ensure positive outcomes on projects affecting people’s businesses, projects, and livelihoods.
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Services We Provide

Great Plains Environmental offers a variety of services in the tri-state area. With the help from our team, clients can expect to avoid lengthy project delays, unexpected costs and expenses, significant risk and liability, and regulation violations that result in fines.
Report: The findings of the research, including any recommendations for further investigation, are summarized in a report along with site photographs and other relevant documentation, in accordance with a standard set forth by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Practice E 1528, Limited Environmental Due Diligence Transaction Screen Process.

Inspections & Reports

Phase I • Phase II & Phase III • Transaction Screens
Asbestos Inspections • Environmental Impact Statements
Compliance Services • Soil & Water Sampling
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Tank Services
& Investigation

Tank Removal • Tank Abandonment
Tank Tightness Testing • Remedial Investigation
Cathodic Protection Testing • Equipment
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Inspections
& Reports

Phase I • Phase II & Phase III • Transaction Screens
Asbestos Inspections • Environmental Impact Statements
Compliance Services • Soil & Water Sampling
Read More

Tank Services
& Investigation

Tank Removal • Tank Abandonment
Tank Tightness Testing • Remedial Investigation
Cathodic Protection Testing • Equipment
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Your Environment - How You Can Help

When it comes to making it a difference it's hard to know where to start, but here are 10 quick ways to help the environment:
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Clean air filters associated with your air conditioning system so that no energy gets wasted.
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Lower your water heater's temperature to 120 degrees.
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Try putting an insulated blanket on top of your water heater to keep it warm.
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If you'll be gone from the house for long periods of time, shut off or turn down your water heater.
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Make sure that the refrigerator is set between 36 and 38 degrees and that the freezer is between 0 and 5.
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Try to avoid opening the door of an oven in use; this wastes valuable heat energy.
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Clean your dryer's lint filter regularly to avoid wasted energy.
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Unplug appliances that you don't use often. This is one of the most effective ways to help the environment.
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Try to replace your stove and oven cooking with microwave cooking wherever possible.
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Set your washing machine to use warm water or, if possible, cold.
Air Filter Icon

Clean air filters associated with your air conditioning system so that no energy gets wasted.

Temperature Icon

Lower your water heater's temperature to 120 degrees.

Blanket Icon

Try putting an insulated blanket on top of your water heater to keep it warm.

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If you'll be gone from the house for long periods of time, shut off or turn down your water heater.

Refrigerator Icon

Make sure that the refrigerator is set between 36 and 38 degrees and that the freezer is between 0 and 5.

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Try to avoid opening the door of an oven in use; this wastes valuable heat energy.

Lint Filter Icon

Clean your dryer's lint filter regularly to avoid wasted energy.

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Unplug appliances that you don't use often. This is one of the most effective ways to help the environment.

Microwave Icon

Try to replace your stove and oven cooking with microwave cooking wherever possible.

Washing Machine Icon

Set your washing machine to use warm water or, if possible, cold.

Contact Us

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Office: (800) 709-5819    Mobile: 701-793-6545
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1301 40th St N, Fargo, ND 58102
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