The Larger Picture: What Else Might be Relevant?

Too often we tend to get tunnel vision, focusing on the regulations that apply to our specific facilities and forgetting that there are some tangential regulations that at a minimum, we as environmental professionals should be aware of.

  • Other Compliance: Preliminary assessments, site investigations, Phase I and II assessments, pollution prevention (P2), manifest compliance, satellite storage requirements
  • Regulatory Assistance 40 CFR Subchapter J: Risk management plans, SPCC, emergency planning, employee safety programs, SARA Title III, Form R, Form A, Tier I or II
  • Air Emission Programs: Review chemical usage and HAPs, CAA operating permits, state agency guidance, CAA 112R requirements, AP-42 air emission factors
  • Water Discharge Programs: Permit compliance audit, industrial wastewater discharge permits, storm water permits, storm water sampling and analysis

Training: Hazmat, emergency response, asbestos, OSHA, MSHA, DOT, Rescue Services, CPR, first Aid, confined space, blood borne pathogens, and updates

Let AET answer your Frequently Asked Questions:

  • What is RCRA?
  • What is regulated under RCRA?
  • What is a RCRA hazardous waste and who is regulated?
  • What is a RCRA solid waste and who is regulated?
  • Can anyone handle RCRA hazardous waste?
  • What government agencies administer the RCRA program?
  • How can I report environmental problems with waste management?
  • How much hazardous and solid municipal waste is generated each year in the United States?
  • What types of businesses generated hazardous waste?
  • How should I dispose of my household hazardous waste?