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THE AUGUST MACK DIFFERENCE

Environmental Site Closure

We take away the guesswork for clients with site investigation, delineation, remediation, and closure services.

Compliance

We employe a dedicated team of environmental and safety professionals to help alleviate the worry of meeting EHS compliance for our clients.

Environmental Due Diligence

We are committed to providing quality, responsive environmental due diligence services.

Building Science

We work with commercial and industrial clients to ensure their property and building-related environmental and safety concerns are addressed.

eCAP®

We’ve developed a Compliance Assurance Program (eCAP® ) that transforms the way companies maintain regulatory compliance.

WHY AUGUST MACK?

August Mack is a nationally recognized, award-winning, environmental consulting firm with eight offices in seven states. We provide due diligence and building science services, regulatory compliance services, and subsurface investigation and remediation services to a wide range of clients.

WE KNOW THE INDUSTRY

August Mack employs numerous experienced engineers, geologists, environmental scientists, chemists, and industrial hygienists.
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RECENT ARTICLES

Mold Remediation Project For Historic Commercial Properties

August Mack Environmental has had a 17-year relationship with a full-service real estate investment company who owns and/or manages over 20 million square feet of industrial, office and mixed-use properties across the U.S. For this project, the client partnered with an Indianapolis-based real estate development company to purchase a mostly historic four-building commercial property encompassing … more »

Flammable Liquids 101: Understanding OSHA Facility Requirements

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) developed the flammable liquids standard to provide guidance on identifying, storing, and managing these materials. In 2012, OSHA revised the flammable liquids standard to incorporate the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). This revision changed the standard from “Flammable and Combustible Liquids” to “Flammable Liquids” and removed combustible liquids as … more »

UPCOMING EVENTS

Exceptions to the Rule: Exceptions to Michigan’s Environmental Liability Protection Program and Due Care Obligations

Aug 19, 2020 @ 3:00PM

This upcoming webinar will present instances where a Baseline Environmental Assessment (BEA) under the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) regulations are not needed by a new owner/occupant of a parcel of land to provide environmental liability protection from historic contamination. The webinar will also present circumstances where an owner of such … more »

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Flammable Liquids 101: Understanding OSHA Facility Requirements

Sep 2, 2020 @ 3:00PM

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) developed the flammable liquids standard to provide guidance on identifying, storing, and managing these materials. In 2012, OSHA revised the flammable liquids standard to incorporate the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and reclassified flammable and combustible liquids into four categories of flammable liquids. Compliant management of these flammable liquids … more »

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Current Issues with Historical Oil/Gas Wells

Sep 30, 2020 @ 3:00PM

Did your environmental due diligence uncover historical oil/gas exploration or production on the property? Maybe an oil well was retired and plugged in the 1980s, or maybe a seemingly innocuous “dry hole” was abandoned in 1994. Why should you care about a mud pit or a “salt water” spill that was documented in a property’s … more »

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