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Environmental Reporting and Permitting

Environmental Reporting & Permitting

Virtually all of the Environmental Permitting and Reporting requirements at your site can be diagnosed by looking at the processes and materials used at your site. The 3P proprietary database analyzes 30+ environmental reporting rules, regulations and laws and determines the requirements for your site.

The 3P database analyzes the SDS’s from your site and determines which CAS numbers and physical properties require Permits, Reports and Plans by the federal, state and local laws.

ESSG has various solutions to help clients decide what their facility needs reported, permitted and screened:

Chemical Screening

ESSG has developed an effective way to track your chemical inventory and ultimately improve your facility’s bottom line.

ESSG’s service is designed to virtually eliminate the amount of time you would spend researching the numerous regulations and indexing your chemical inventory against the many Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) lists.

This beneficial service provides you with vital, site-specific information on how your facility stands up against these rules and regulations. After the service by ESSG is complete, it’ll be concise what areas of these regulations your facility needs to be concerned with or not.

Whether ESSG is performing a Comprehensive, SARA Title III or SARA Tier II Chemical Screening for your facility, ESSG’s service is fast, simple, professional, systematic and logical.

Tier Reporting

ESSG will prepare and file all required Federal, State, and Local reports in the proper forms mandated by SARA Title III, sec. 301-312. This portion of the service includes:

1. Your State and Local chemical inventory list; and/or

2. Tier II Reports.

TRI Reporting

The evaluation phase of the ESSG's SARA Title III Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reporting is the first step designed to help determine if you have a requirement to comply with the EPA's Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986, (SARA Title III) section 313. In this step ESSG will perform the evaluations to help identify if your facility is required to file EPA's TRI, Form R or Form A report(s) and if so, take the proper steps from to report that for you and your facility.

Air Permitting

ESSG’s Environmental Engineers will perform an Air Permit Initial Evaluation that includes certain calculations to determine if a permit is required for your facility. The evaluation includes local, state and federal guidelines.

Air Permit Tracking and Reporting

ESSG will track and/or file your emissions according to help you meet your federal and state requirements.

Stormwater Permitting

Many industrial facilities and construction sites need a Stormwater Permit. If you need help deciding whether or not yours does, ESSG will make that determination for you and/or prepare the required steps you need to take.

Spill Prevention Plans (SPCC)

An ESSG Professional Engineer (PE) will provide you an onsite assessment of your facility to identify whether or not you need an SPCC.

Waste Management and Reporting

ESSG can help you file your hazardous waste biennial report.

Hire an Environmental Engineer

If you need help determining whether or not you need an air permit, filing your annual air emissions, stormwater requirements, toxic release inventory report and so much more, hire ESSG’s professional engineers for an hourly rate.

EPA Facility Compliance Assessment

ESSG’s EPA Facility Compliance Assessment includes an onsite assessment of your, records and permits including:

· Air Compliance Requirements

· Waste Compliance Requirements

· Water Compliance Regulations

· Other Environmental Requirements

· Written Report of Findings and Recommendations




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