Environmental Compliance Program Inclusions

This subscription-based program delivers the ongoing oversight of a seasoned consultant who will assist you across a variety of environmental areas.

Practice Area

Air Permitting & Compliance

Work Included in Subscription Service

  • Review current permit and evaluate compliance with permit conditions
  • Evaluate permit for operational flexibility and make recommendations
  • Determine if equipment at facility is present and correctly represented in permit
  • Evaluate applicability of regulations to ensure permit accuracy
  • Review insignificant sources throughout facility to ensure they are correctly represented (Title V)1
  • Permit renewal applications
  • General permit applications
  • Permit amendments
  • Develop compliance calendar with required tasks and deadlines
  • Evaluate permits and provide recommendations resulting in the least regulatory burden2
  • Evaluate facility emission calculations for accuracy and use of correct emission factors
  • Routine compliance reporting (Title V and NESHAP)3
  • Complete required notifications
  • Review monitoring records to evaluate compliance

1 Title V permits are federal permits required for larger facilities with emissions over the threshold.

2 Major sources (Title V or PSD) can accept limits to become synthetic minor sources.

3 Annual compliance certification, deviation reports (semiannual or quarterly) and reporting for National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutant (NESHAP) reports.

4 Compliance services include lab services, stack test program and leak detection and repair program.

Ozone Depleting Substances

  • Evaluate refrigerant quantity for applicability of requirements
  • Review records for past leak detection and repair work
  • Assist with reporting for any exceedance

Risk Management Plan (RMP)

  • Evaluate applicability of RMP to onsite chemicals
  • Offsite consequence modeling (RMP*COMP and ALOHA)

Storage Tanks

  • Complete initial and annual compliance evaluation with requirements for underground storage tanks (USTs)
  • Prepare and submit required notifications and registrations for USTs and above ground storage tanks (ASTs)
  • Evaluate compliance with tank requirements

Superfunds and Reauthorization Act

  • Develop chemical inventory for site
  • Determine which chemicals are above reporting thresholds (Tier II and TRI)
  • Calculate releases for Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) report
  • Complete and submit Tier II forms for up to five chemicals
  • Complete and submit forms for TRI report for up to two chemicals
  • Assist facility with spill assessment, incident investigation and report development
  • Assist with agency notifications and followup
  • Develop compliance calendar

Waste Management

  • Assess waste streams to ensure all are accounted for in waste management plan
  • Review lab results to determine which streams are hazardous waste
  • Evaluate satellite accumulation areas for proximity to point of generation
  • Evaluate central accumulation area for compliance with standard
  • Evaluate universal waste collection
  • Review site labeling for clarity and best management practices
  • Review inspection logs
  • Determine whether site is correctly categorized as a VSQG, SQG or LQG5
  • Obtain EPA ID number (if necessary)
  • Waste reporting support6
  • Develop compliance calendar

 5 Very small quantity generator, small quantity generator, or large quantity generator.

6 State specific, federal requirement is biennial report for LQGs. Includes universal waste and solid waste reports.

Water Permitting & Compliance


  • Onsite stormwater assessment
  • Notice of Intent (NOI) and general permit application
  • Review impacts to stormwater from facility discharges
  • Determine SWPPP7 applicability
  • Recommendations for best practices to reduce impact to stormwater
  • Minor revisions to SWPPP

Industrial Wastewater

  • NPDES and ZIWDP8 permit renewals
  • Permit amendments
  • Complete routine discharge monitoring reports (DMR)
  • Analyze discharge and outfall monitoring locations
  • Assist with discharge monitoring reports (DMR)
  • Develop compliance calendar

SPCC Plans9

  • Review existing plan for compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Onsite annual training
  • Administrative revisions (Contact List, etc.)

7 Stormwater pollution prevention plan.

8 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for discharges to waters of the United States and Zero Industrial Wastewater Discharge Permit (ZIWDP) for discharges to wastewater treatment plants.

9 Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures.

10 Updates are required every five years or 6 months after a change in Oil Storage Capacity.

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