On-going Annual Compliance Assistance

W&M has worked with this family of scrap metal facilities for approximately 9 years.  Scrap metal facilities are subject to Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) Industrial Stormwater permit, as well as a handful of other environmental regulations ranging from Emergency Planning Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Tier II reporting, air permitting, Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC), and non-hazardous waste generation.  Each year, W&M assists their facilities with Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3) assistance (inspections, best management practice (BMP)evaluation, analyzing data, annual reporting, etc.) and preparation of their Tier II reports, air permitting assistance and documentation (as needed), and technical assistance on various environmental projects throughout the year.





Compliance Reporting: Don’t Let the Deadlines Sneak up on You


  • Compliance Reporting
    January 24, 2019
    11:30 am - 12:30 pm

As the new year comes, so does another opportunity to get it done right. Instead of avoiding the tedium of environmental reporting, dive in head first to prepare your reports accurately and punctually. Join us for our lunchtime webinar, hosted by Nick Foreman, covering the reports due in March: Annual Waste Summary Stormwater Benchmark Monitoring (more…)

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Address:
Streaming From, Plano, Texas, 75074, United States





What To Know About Tier II Chemical Reports

The Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) of 1986 is a US federal law concerned with emergency response preparedness. Its objective is to encourage and support emergency planning efforts at the state and local levels, and to provide the public and local governments with information concerning potential chemical hazards present in their communities. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administers EPCRA which requires certain businesses to file notifications and reports on their activities involving various hazardous chemicals. Specific implementing requirements are found in Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Chapters 350 – 372. Hazardous chemical reporting is specifically required under EPCRA sections 311-312 to report chemical hazard and inventory information on the hazardous chemicals present onsite at any one time. EPA defines “hazardous chemical” as a “chemical which is a physical or health hazard.” The reporting thresholds for various categories of  hazardous chemicals shown below: The
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