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Mr. Craig McCammon has joined the Phoenix crew

We are proud to announce that Mr. Craig McCammon has joined the Phoenix crew. Mr. McCammon has been in the … Read more >

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State of Florida Women’s Business Enterprise

We are pleased to announce that The Phoenix Environmental Group, Inc. has been designated by the State of Florida as … Read more >

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Phoenix welcomes Curtis Odom, Professional Geologist

Phoenix Environmental is pleased to announce that Curtis Odom, Professional Geologist, has joined our staff. Mr. Odom holds a B.S. … Read more >

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New Raptor Refuge™ nest box featured on local news.

The Phoenix Environmental Group, Inc. has been featured on WMBB Channel 13 news for our new Raptor Refuge™ osprey nest … Read more >

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Jacksonville office news

Phoenix welcomes our new Jacksonville office project manager, Wesley Williams.  Wes is a licensed water well contractor and a graduate … Read more >

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Blue Card certifications in Georgia

Phoenix has just completed the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission Level 1A recertification for three staff members, and new … Read more >

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Phoenix awarded Stream Condition Index (SCI) projects in Florida

Phoenix was recently awarded several Stream Condition Index (SCI) projects in Florida. SCI is a surface water quality assessment method … Read more >

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Phoenix receives Safety Award from PCS Phosphate Company

In late 2010, Potash Corp PCS Phosphate White Springs presented an Award for Excellence in Safety to Phoenix in recognition … Read more >

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Relocating Gopher Tortoises on Reclaimed Phosphate Lands

The loss of upland habitats to development, mining and agriculture has increasingly added pressures to already declining wildlife populations in … Read more >

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If you are an Osprey, where do you want to live?

A power company had a problem. They wanted to replace a line of ageing wooden power transmission poles with new, … Read more >

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