Regulatory Compliance Audit and Due Diligence For Minnesota and North Dakota Food Manufacturing Plants

Written By: Caltha LLP | Published On: 1st September 2013 | Category: Air Quality, Audit, Caltha LLP Project Summaries, Due Diligence, Environmental Audit, Environmental Due Diligence, Environmental Site Assessment, EPCRA, Industrial Wastewater, Site Assessment, TSCA, UST, Waste, Water | RSS Feed

Caltha LLP Project Summary

Project: Compliance Audit and Environmental Due Diligence For Minnesota and North Dakota Food Manufacturing Plants 
Client:
 International Food Manufacturing Industry 
Location(s):
Minnesota and North Dakota

Key Elements: Environmental Compliance Audit, Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment

Overview:  Caltha was retained by this multinational food manufacturer to conduct an environmental regulatory compliance audit and a Phase I ESA at two of its plants located near Minneapolis, Minnesota and near Bismarck, North Dakota. Compliance audits were conducted to assess compliance with EPA, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA), and Hennepin County requirements in Minnesota, and EPA and North Dakota Department of Health (NDDH) requirements in North Dakota. Regulatory requirements evaluated included:

  • Clean Air Act,
  • Clean Water Act,
  • RCRA hazardous waste and solid waste requirements,
  • Emergency Preparedness and Community Right-to-know Act (EPCRA) requirements,
  • Toxic Substance Control Act,
  • Above and underground tank requirements,
  • OSHA Hazard Communication.

Caltha also completed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) for both sites, in accordance with ASTM E1527-05.

 

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