When it comes to air permitting, Maersch Environmental and Safety Consulting has you covered. If you need a new air permit, a modification to an existing permit, or if you need to renew an expiring permit, Maersch manages the often challenging task of compiling and submitting an application for you.
For your active air permits, Maersch establishes understandable systems and processes for complying with your permit(s) including procedures, recordkeeping forms and emissions calculations.
As required by your permit(s), Maersch also completes and submits the appropriate reports to your regulatory agency.
Complying with your wastewater permit requirements can be a difficult challenge. Maersch Environmental and Safety Consulting oversees your discharge permit requirements to ensure compliance.
This entails detailing the requirements of your permit, then working with your certified operator to ensure the required sampling is being completed within the expected timeframe, and then submitting the results to your regulatory agency as required.
Maersch Environmental and Safety Consulting helps you determine if you are required to have a storm water permit, then help you to acquire coverage. You’ll then need a storm water pollution prevention plan (SWPPP), which Maersch develops and implements for you. In addition to recordkeeping and reporting, Maersch trains your team as well.
Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC)
It takes just over 1,320 gallons of oil storage capacity to require a facility to develop and implement a Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Program. Maersch Environmental and Safety Consulting develops this program for you and trains your team to meet the requirements of the Clean Water Act.
A hazardous waste generator is responsible for properly characterizing its hazardous waste and ensuring compliance with all associated waste management requirements. Maersch Environmental and Safety Consulting can help you to achieve and maintain compliance with hazardous waste regulations with respect the characterizations, inspections, reporting, contingency plan development and training.
Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Tier I/II (SERC) and Tier III (Toxic Release Inventory Reporting)
Facilities storing hazardous chemicals in excess of certain threshold quantities are required to provide chemical safety information for each reportable hazardous chemical to the local fire department, the Local Emergency Planning Agency (LEPC), and the State Emergency Response Commission (SERC).
These reports are due March 1 of each year and Maersch Environmental and Safety Consulting manages this taks for you to ensure your facility’s compliance with this rule.
Also known as the Community Right-to-Know rule, the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) is due July 1 of each year. If your facility stores or uses certain reportable chemicals in excess of specified thresholds, your facility may be required to complete and submit a TRI Report, which can be complete by Maersch for your facility.