Waste Management Best Practices For Facilities

Let’s face it: waste management and disposal regulations can lead to a mine field of confusion. Determining whether wastes you generate are hazardous, knowing what regulations apply to your facility, and being prepared to manage your wastes can help you avoid potentially costly regulatory violations and fines. There are different categories of wastes, and you… Read More

How To Maximize Environmental Data Collection Efforts With An EDMS

In our fast-paced digital world remediation project success depends on effective environmental data management.  For site managers, environmental consultants, field crews, and clients alike, success hinges on thorough and accurate environmental data collection at the outset of the project. An environmental database management system (EDMS) can ensure every project gets off to the right start. It can… Read More

NYC Community Right-To-Know Filing: Sara Title III Requirements

To help ensure employee, public and environmental safety, NYC Community Right-To-Know Filing and SARA Title III requires that certain commercial, industrial and even public facilities fulfill these obligations: Annual Inventory. Your facility must file an annual Tier II or Facility Inventory Form (FIF) if you: Maintain on-site during the year 10,000 pounds or more of any EPA-designated… Read More

NYC Community Right-To-Know Filing Instructions

Filing a NYC Community Right-to-Know annual report is the same under both Federal and City law. For multiple facilities, you must file a separate report for each location. The Facility Inventory Form (FIF) requires you to provide the following Community Right-to-Know information: Owner/ operator name and contact information. Emergency contacts, including a 24/7 phone number. This is… Read More

OSHA Inspection Process: What To Expect?

The OSHA inspection process strikes fear into the hearts of business owners and managers. But if you know what to expect there’s no reason to cower. The OSHA inspection process reflects five priorities, in this decreasing order of severity: Imminent danger. OSHA can do a “wall-to-wall” inspection in this instance, and they can shut down your facility. Catastrophes… Read More