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Environmental Management Solutions

MEC is committed to providing solutions to your environmental and health & safety issues.  We are mindful of the well-being of your workforce as well as the productivity and efficiency of your business.  Our solutions strive to strike a balance between environmental stewardship, worker safety, and production; realizing that these components of your business cannot be successful without the others.

We have a talented lineup of professional staff members that can address your needs from technical engineering to program administration and practical compliance solutions.  MEC realizes how important the people behind your business are and we are committed to assisting you to make your business safer and more productive.

  • Compliance Calendar
MEC provides an electronic compliance calendar that highlights the due dates of the assorted reports and tasks that the client must complete throughout the year.  The calendar provides a good reminder of compliance due dates and makes sure that nothing falls through the cracks or gets overlooked.

  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) reports are prepared following the “All Appropriate Inquiry” procedures in 40 CFR 312 as published by U.S. EPA (final AAI rule enacted November 1, 2006) and as adopted into the American Society for Testing and Material’s (ASTM’s) E-1527-05 procedure.  Midwest Environmental has also completed numerous Phase II ESAs to further investigate “recognized environmental conditions” such as current or former underground and above ground petroleum storage tanks, hazardous waste use and storage, and asbestos. 

  • Spill Prevention Control & Counter Measures Plan
EPA is cracking down on inadequate SPCC Plans. MEC will prepare and certify plans in accordance with EPA regulations to meet your facility needs.

  • Toxic Release Inventory
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Section 313 requires EPA and the States to annually collect data on releases and transfers of certain toxic chemicals from industrial facilities, and make the data available to the public in the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI).  Many industries are required to report in accordance with Section 313 by submitting a Form R and/or Form A.  MEC will review product purchasing and usage records to determine if TRI threshold reporting levels are met that would require submittal.  MEC will provide the completed report to allow you to review it prior to the submittal date.