Environmental Industrial Compliance Obligations
Helping clients meet their environmental industrial compliance obligations is one of Turn-Key Environmental’s primary services. This case study is an industrial facility which produces various coatings. Turn-Key Environmental (TKEC) assists this company with its environmental industrial compliance and reporting throughout the year. This is an ongoing consulting contract. TKEC consults with, and keeps up with, their normal reporting requirements for the facility by gathering appropriate data, and completing and submitting all necessary reports.
Reporting includes filing the proper annual reports for Hazardous Waste Disposal, Toxic Release Inventories, and State and Local Emergency Response Reporting. The facility has a Title V air permit so the quarterly and annual reporting requirements for this permit must be filed with RAPCA (Regional Air Pollution Control Agency) It is important that emissions limitations are not exceeded. The facility is considering adding new sources to their air permit, TKEC will assist with the permit to Install process and adding a New Source to the Title V permit.
Primary environmental issues identified on-site:
- Title V Air Permit
- Hazardous Waste Disposal
- Toxic Chemical Release
- OSHA compliance issues
- RAPCA reporting
Turn-Key Environmental Consultants conducts Industrial Environmental Compliance audits and assists businesses in complying with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.
Turn-Key recognizes that navigating through the myriad of local, state, and federal regulations can be time-consuming and challenging. Turn-Key Environmental is familiar with current regulations and continues to monitor new regulatory changes. TKEC’s team of experienced scientists provides comprehensive environmental and safety regulatory guidance to clients. TKEC’s knowledgeable staff has the expertise to assist industry with a variety of compliance and permitting requirements from various government agencies.