Remediation Site Permits, Post-Closure Plans, and Remedial Action Plans typically contain reporting obligations to appropriate environmental agency personnel. Clients rely on Mid-Atlantic Project Managers to assure that reporting obligations are met. These obligations can include periodic groundwater and surface water sampling and analyses, air emission reporting, landfill gas monitoring, flare gas quality, leachate sampling and measurement, facility maintenance, cap repairs, soil and erosion repairs, landscape maintenance, and water treatment system operations and maintenance. Mid-Atlantic’s staff is also experienced in developing and implementing environmental training to ensure environmental compliance.
Mid-Atlantic’s personnel review and audit industrial facilities for compliance with applicable environmental regulations. Our personnel prepare an appropriate audit protocol, visit the site, review operations, documentation, permits and equipment to ascertain compliance. Records and reports are reviewed to determine compliance with pertinent plans and permits. We then issue a final report that summarizes areas of concern that may eventually lead to fines and/or penalties and recommend a Corrective Action Program to rectify nonconformance and prevent recurrence. Mid-Atlantic’s audit team also consults and assists a client’s own audit team to ensure that client’s audits provide necessary checks to minimize environmental issues in the future.