Comprehensive Industrial Compliance Services for a Roofing Products Manufacturer
Client: Roofing products manufacturer
About the Project
MFA provides comprehensive air, stormwater, and health and safety compliance services to this industrial client based in Oregon. We have assisted them with developing reports required to comply with state and federal environmental regulations, including for Oregon air toxics inventories, toxics release inventories, stormwater pollution control plan and discharge monitoring and discharge monitoring reporting, and toxic use and hazardous waste reduction planning.
Meet the Client
This Oregon company manufactures roofing products for use by consumers and businesses across the nation.
Oregon Air Toxics Inventory Reporting
MFA’s Air Services team assisted the client with the development of emissions inventories for toxic air contaminants, compiling their findings in a report required by the Oregon air toxics regulations. Drawing on our deep expertise in developing emissions inventories, MFA kicked off the project with the identification of emission sources, taking a look at nonexempt sources of air toxics (both permitted and unpermitted) and included our results in the client’s response to the Oregon DEQ. We then developed an emissions inventory that included current and projected maximum annual emissions for each emission source.
Toxics Release Inventory Reporting
To assist the client with the preparation of Toxics Release Inventory reporting forms, we worked with the client to compile records of reportable hazardous substance use, stormwater and wastewater discharges, air emissions, and other reportable release information. MFA entered the resulting data in the USEPA’s TRI-MEweb online reporting program on behalf of the client.
Stormwater Pollution Control Plan and Discharge Monitoring Report
MFA’s Stormwater Services team prepared a SWPCP consistent with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Stormwater Discharge Permit No. 1200-Z issued to the client by the Oregon DEQ. The SWPCP addressed the requirements of the NPDES No. 1200-Z Permit and served as a guidance document for the client to manage the quality of stormwater discharged from the site to the receiving waters, and included helpful checklists, site descriptions and controls, and guidance for recordkeeping and internal reporting to streamline future SWPCP submittals.
We also developed discharge monitoring reports summarizing data from stormwater sampling at the client’s industrial facilities in Oregon. The reports submitted were consistent with the requirements of the NPDES Stormwater Discharge Permit No. 1200-Permit.
Toxics Use Reduction and Hazardous Waste Reduction Plan
A TUHWR Plan was team to comply with Oregon Administrative Rules. The TUHWR Plan identifies annual goals such as evaluating current and new technologies that can achieve further reductions of toxics use and hazardous waste where practicable; reviewing and updating processes and personnel procedures involving toxics use and hazardous-waste generation; and training employees on ways to help the facility minimize its toxics use and hazardous-waste generation.
Our depth and breadth of services and collaborative approach make us a go-to resource for environmental, engineering, and health and safety support for this client. We have maintained a great long-term working relationship as a result.
- Amy Peccia, Senior Environmental Scientist
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