Federal and state environmental permits are crucial to ensuring that facilities comply with environmental regulations. These permits outline the operational and management actions that must be taken to reduce the facility’s impact on the environment. They also require the implementation of facility-level plans, monitoring, training, and agency reporting. Additionally, permits often include limits on emissions and discharges, as well as other restrictions.
In some cases, regulations mandate reporting, even if it is not required by permit. For example, establishments may be required to submit reports for EPCRA Tier I/II, Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), and/or develop spill prevention plans based on their operations.
If you need assistance with identifying, creating, and implementing necessary plans and reports, our environmental compliance consulting firm can help. We specialize in the following areas:
EPCRA Section 313, Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Report
The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) requires facilities to report on the storage, use, and release of certain hazardous chemicals. Our team can help you prepare and submit TRI report to ensure compliance with this regulation.
EPCRA Tier II Report
EPCRA Tier II reports are required for facilities that store hazardous chemicals above certain thresholds. Our consultants can assist with identifying the chemicals that require reporting and help you prepare and submit the necessary reports.
Industrial Pre-treatment Discharge Permit
Facilities that discharge wastewater into a publicly owned treatment works (POTW) must obtain an industrial pre-treatment discharge permit. Our team can help you navigate the permitting process and ensure compliance with the applicable regulations.
RCRA Biennial Report
The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) requires facilities to submit biennial reports on their hazardous waste generation and management practices. Our consultants can help you prepare and submit this report to ensure compliance with the regulations.
Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan
Facilities that store or handle oil may be required to develop and implement an SPCC plan to prevent and contain spills. Our team can help you develop and implement an SPCC plan that meets the regulatory requirements.
Environmental permitting services are essential for reducing industry impacts on the environment. Our consultants will work with you to ensure that your company practices align with the environmental and legal standards of the regulatory authorities. We will evaluate your operations and help you obtain the appropriate operation plans and permits for efficient business operations.
If you’re looking for a professional environmental compliance services consultant, our team can help. Contact us today to start your journey towards compliance.