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Dvirka and Bartilucci Consulting Engineers (D&B) offers comprehensive multimedia environmental compliance services for small, mid-size and large industrial facilities. This multimedia compliance experience covers a broad spectrum of industrial sectors, including airports, public and private transportation corporations, semiconductor research, development and chip manufacturing facilities, microelectronics, used oil recycling facilities, pharmaceutical manufacturing, aerospace design and manufacturing facilities, optical processes, U.S. Department of Energy research and development laboratories, as well as public and private utilities.
D&B’s comprehensive multimedia environmental compliance services include:
- Spill Prevention and Control
- NPDES/SPDES Permit Compliance
- Solid Waste Management
- Storm Water Management
- Hazardous Waste Management
- Petroleum Bulk Storage Management
- Major On-Shore (Oil) Storage Facility Management
- Chemical Bulk Storage Management
- Dredge and Fill Permits
- Wetland Permits
- Air Quality Management and Compliance
- Sara Title III/Community Right-To-Know
- Hazardous Waste Reduction/Pollution Prevention
- Aboveground/Underground Storage Tank Management
- Best Management Practice Plans
Multimedia environmental compliance requires a team approach. That is where D&B can help. D&B’s multimedia environmental compliance team consists of multidisciplined team members of engineering and technical experts with necessary support staff. Each member of the multimedia team has extensive compliance experience, combined with environmental engineering qualifications in specific media. Certain senior staff within the firm have prior regulatory agency experience as hazardous waste and water programs compliance inspectors. Working together, D&B completes a systematic review of permit conditions, operating records, standard operating procedures and corporate policies. In addition, D&B conducts a thorough site inspection and reviews all process/manufacturing operations. The audit team then completes a systematic determination of the status of compliance of the facility with appropriate regulatory requirements.
All auditing and due diligence activities are carefully crafted to provide the client with maximum protection and benefits afforded under existing federal “self-policing” policies.
If you are an environmental manager investigating ways to lower your risk of noncompliance while protecting yourself from potential penalties on a one-time basis or a facility manager who desires to establish a corporate environmental policy instituting a formal audit program conducted by a third party, D&B can help.
For more information on D&B’s Multimedia Environmental Compliance services, please contact Senior Vice President, Richard M. Walka, at (516) 364-9890 x 3006, or Vice President, Brian M. Veith, P.E., at (516) 364 x 3009.