Regulatory Applicability Screen – Marine Facility
The client contracted with W&M to conduct a Regulatory Applicability Screen (RAS) to identify environmental regulations applicable to the Site and provide a gaps analysis.
The project consisted of the following tasks that were conducted at the Site:
- Reviewed Client-provided information prior to conducting the RAS Site visit.
- Performed a RAS to determine regulatory applicability and potential compliance gaps with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) regulations in the areas of hazardous and non-hazardous waste generation; chemical storage; Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC); Storm Water Pollution Prevention (SWP3); wastewater discharge; air emissions permitting; and water supply permitting. The RAS will include a Site visit, interviews with Site personnel, and review of Site records.
- Prepared a letter report of findings and potential compliance gaps.
- W&M participated in meetings, conference calls and email correspondence with Client as needed to discuss RAS findings.
W&M provided the client with a list of regulatory catagories ranging from Air, Water Supply, Wastewater, Storm Water, Waste, and various environmental reporting requirements. In the list, W&M outlined the gaps and potential corrective actions that the Client could undertake to eliminate those gaps.