If you’re starting fresh designing an EHS program for your facility, or just ready to hit the reset button, the following eBook is an essential read.
BBJ Group currently provides construction management services for many of its clients across North America. Recent projects have been performed for some of our regional and national clients in the building products, warehousing, fast-food and retail gasoline sectors. We have supplied turnkey construction management services to clients that include preliminary tasks, such as site selection, permitting, geotechnical investigation and ground preparation to building oversight, cost control and public relations.
BBJ Group air quality professionals provide a full range of air quality consulting services to both major and minor sources in a variety of industries. We assist with all aspects of air quality compliance, including application development, emission inventory preparation, and air dispersion modeling. Our team is well versed in local regulations as well as federal standards such as NSPS and NESHAPS. We work with clients to develop lasting air quality solutions from initial permit applications through long-term compliance assistance.
BBJ Group currently provides construction management services for many of its clients across North America. Recent projects have been performed for some of our regional and national clients in the building products, warehousing, fast-food and retail gasoline sectors.
BBJ Group currently provides demolition management services for many of its regional and national clients across North America. Recent projects have been performed for some of our clients in the manufacturing, building supplies, nonprofit, and retail gasoline sectors.
Facilities in any stage of development—design, commissioning, operation, decommissioning or demolition—may be subject to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulation. BBJ Group can conduct an industrial hygiene survey at your facility to proactively assess the exposure of your workforce and evaluate OSHA compliance status.
The Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1948 was the first major U.S. law to address water pollution. Increased public awareness and concern led to sweeping amendments in 1972, and the amended law is commonly known as the Clean Water Act (CWA). These amendments gave the U.S. EPA the authority to regulate discharges of pollutants to waters of the United States.
A Technical Toolbox to Obtain NFA and Site Closure Letters
This eBook describes some technical tools in the environmental toolbox that are commonly accepted by many state and federal agencies to obtain risk-based site closure in different regulatory programs, such as leaking underground storage tank, voluntary remediation, and brownfield.