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Why Update An Environmental Site Assessment Report? A Phase 1 ESA is a review of current and historic data sources to assess the potential for contamination on a specific property. Overtime, the information available to conduct this assessment increases. Therefore, a...read more
Possibly. Class V wells are used to inject non-hazardous fluids underground. Most Class V wells are used to dispose of wastes into or above underground sources of drinking water and can pose a threat to ground water quality, if not managed properly. Most Class V wells...read more
Under State and EPA stormwater permitting rules, a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) may need to be certified. This signed SWPPP Certification is in addition to other types of certifications that may be required. The types of certifications will vary...read more
US and international shipping regulations require that shippers determine if shipments contain marine pollutants and, if so, comply with additional safeguards. Manufacturers and importers of chemical substances often need to determine if they products are regulated as...read more
What is a Facility Response Plan? Under the federal Oil Pollution Prevention Act rules, certain facilities are required to prepare a Facility Response Plan or FRP. An FRP is an enhanced spill preparedness and response plan. Key elements of a FRP include: Emergency...read more
FAQ: Is It Legal To Discharge Hazardous Waste Into Sewer? Possibly, if certain conditions are met. First, there are different types of sewers. It is never permissible to discharge hazardous wastes to a STORM SEWER. The discussion below refers to discharges to a...read more