PFAS Regulations Are Coming: What You Need to Know
PFAS or “per-and polyfluoryoalkyl substances” are a class of compounds (several thousand) that contain a chain of carbon and fluorine in their structure. PFAS have been used globally for over 60 years, and are still being used because of their many useful properties – they are chemically inert; resistant to thermal breakdown; resistant to grease, [...]
What About the Other Complex but Equally Important PSM/RMP Elements?
Process Safety Management (PSM) and Risk Management Planning (RMP) programs are made up of fourteen elements. Some of the elements are very complex and require a lot of labor to compile and manage while some of the other elements can refer to other regulatory programs. A complex labor-intensive element would include Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) [...]
Integrated Contingency Plans: Evaluating the Pros and Cons for Your Company’s Environmental Management System
Integrated Contingency Plans (ICPs), also known as the National Response Team’s One Plan, are becoming an increasingly popular approach for companies seeking to streamline their required written environmental documents. The goal of an ICP is to consolidate multiple regulations into a single, comprehensive document that outlines how a company will respond to different types of [...]
Chemical reduction and oxidation are common remediation technologies used for a variety of contaminants in soil and groundwater. Pilot studies play a vital role in providing information necessary for full-scale remediation. This webinar will detail a case study of the remediation process from pilot test to full-scale design and implementation of remedial injections.
There are several factors should be taken into consideration when evaluating recognized environmental conditions (RECs) during a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA). RECs are found on industrial and commercial properties for a variety of causes. This webinar will dive into what is evaluated to determine RECs, their potential causes, where we are most likely [...]
Before installing any new equipment or modifying existing equipment in Pennsylvania, make sure you do your homework and understand the basic requirements. An air permit just might be needed for that new installation. This webinar will discuss how to know when an air permit is necessary, the different types of permits, and the process of [...]