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Hazardous Waste Solutions

Hazardous Waste Solutions

MEC has extensive experience with MRBCA site characterizations, assessments, and cleanups on a variety of retail petroleum facilities, bulk plants, and also VCP / Brownfields sites. On regulated petroleum storage tank sites, MEC works closely with the Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund (PSTIF) and is very familiar with the PSTIF pre-approval and reimbursement process.

  • Corrective Action Implementation
MEC’s experience working with MDNR allow us to work as your advocate in obtaining the necessary technical and PSTIF cost approvals to successfully implement and complete the selected remedial solution.
  • Corrective Action Plans
In the event that the results of the MRBCA risk assessment identify unacceptable levels of risk for either current or future users of the site, and a corrective action plan (CAP) is necessary, MEC can identify multiple viable remedial options, prepare a CAP that compares and contrasts the options and recommend the one best suited for your site.
  • MRBCA Tier 1 & Tier 2 Risk Assessments
The ultimate reason for collecting both soil and groundwater data is to be able to determine if any impacts that are present are an unacceptable risk to either current or future users of the site.  MEC’s experience with the Missouri Risk Based Corrective Action (MRBCA) process allows us to evaluate the potential risks to people and the environment to determine if any remedial action is required.
  • Petroleum Storage Tank Closures
MEC understands the critical time and budget constraints in tank closure projects.  Advance planning and coordination with PSTIF, MDNR and our subcontractors helps to complete closure projects in a timely manner that minimizes downtime and disruption of your business.

If remedial excavation is necessary during the closure project, MEC will coordinate with PSTIF so that reimbursement of costs is maximized, and your out of pocket costs are minimized, once your deductible is met.