KPA’s Facility Compliance Inspections and Loss Control Audits include a review of waste stream documentation and disposal practice. They will validate the facility’s EPA ID number and registration to ensure hazardous waste can be tracked from its point of generation to its ultimate disposal. Additionally, your local consultant will provide expert guidance on required plans and permits for facilities to be in compliance with applicable state and federal state law.
KPA Offers Plan Development and Permitting Services:
- Spill Plan Control and Countermeasure Plans (SPCC)
- Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWP#3)
- Tier II Reporting
- Underground Storage Tank Audits and Permitting
- 6H NESHAP Program
- California CERS Business Plan
Spill Plan Control and Countermeasure Plans
If your facility handles oil, including storing, using and transferring oil, and there is a reasonable expectation that an oil spill may reach navigable waters of the United States, you may need a Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan per the SPCC Rule. If your site has the potential to store more than 1,320 gallons of oil (approximately 32 barrels of oil), in aboveground containers, then the SPCC Rule may apply to your facility.
When you need SPCC Plans, KPA can help. KPA can prepare plans that meet 40 CFR 112 regulations and are cost-effective for your business, identifying those sites that require SPCC plans and which sites do not require a plan. Plans are generally valid for a period of five (5) years before a review and renewal are necessary, and clients using our EHS software can track renewal dates online. KPA’s Facility Compliance Inspections and Loss Control Audit services assist clients with fulfilling the required annual training and inspections.
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans
Stormwater pollution permit requirements are complex as each site may require permits at the local municipality, state, and federal levels. While requirements may vary, your Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans require analysis of potential pollutants, the actions taken to mitigate the chance of pollutants spilling out of the site, and documentation on your inspection program to track the effectiveness.
KPA can design site-specific plans for your company in compliance with local, state, and federal requirements. KPA provides assistance in conducting the necessary stormwater sampling, analysis, and filing requirements. Your local consultant can act as a liaison to local, state and federal regulatory agencies. Plans are prepared by Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioners (QISP). KPA’s Facility Compliance Inspections and Loss Control Audit services assist clients with fulfilling required training and inspections.