ECS has provided services and support well beyond the expectations of the University’s hazardous assessment program.
ECS understands industrial facilities face a myriad of EPA regulations and permitting issues such as air emissions, hazardous materials, waste management, wastewater discharges, diversion permits, storm water pollution control, spill prevention, and water supply.
These regulations lead most industrial facility operators to seek our guidance on water/wastewater compliance, RCRA planning, process waste compliance and minimization, OSHA health and safety compliance, environmental audits, and air quality compliance.
Many states also have extensive general permitting requirements beyond those set forth by the EPA. ECS helps you stay ahead of these requirements and on top of your environmental obligations. We focus on understanding your current and future business needs before preparing any of the numerous compliance plans typically required for industrial facility operations. These include:
- RCRA Management Plans for small and large quantity generators
- Risk Management Plans as required under the Clean Air Act
- Solvent Management Plans
- Integrated Contingency Plans
- Hazard Mitigation Plans
- Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans
- Storm Water Pollution Prevention (SWPP) Plans
Environmental compliance audits are also an integral aspect of compliance planning. Depending on your needs, the audit can focus on a specific regulatory driver or can encompass all aspects of facility operations. Based on audit results, management tools can be tailored to summarize and track individual tasks, monitor standard operating procedures, and follow permit requirements.
ECS also provides a variety of training services in OSHA health and safety, as well as environmental regulations. Click here to view our schedule of upcoming courses.