Environmental Works is proud to partner with some of the biggest names in the private sector nationwide. We have also been steadily expanding our work in the public sector on both the local and federal levels. Take, for example, recently completed tank cleaning projects at military bases in Oregon, Oklahoma, and Greenland. Environmental Works is also one of a select few local contractors to work under the City of Springfield’s Brownfields Job Training Grant. We have participated in a number of major EPA-certified property initiatives in Kansas City and Springfield, Missouri, revitalizing downtown corridors in the process. Overall, Environmental Works is uniquely positioned to address a host of public sector environmental compliance concerns. Read on for more information about our services for the public sector.
Environmental Compliance Services for the Public Sector
Our Public Sector Compliance Clients
Public sector employees are razor-focused on keeping the public safe and engaged. Of course, public safety simply can’t exist without environmental responsibility – which is where we come in. Currently, Environmental Works is engaged in several ongoing contracts that allow us to serve a variety of public entities including the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Transportation, United States Air Force bases, United States Air National Guard bases, and more. These compliance initiatives include everything from fuel systems to the removal and reinstallation of tanks on public property. These projects can also include stormwater management, overall regulatory compliance, and hands-on hazard cleanup – for instance, our team can quickly manage highly contaminated dust. If a public entity in the central United States needs environmental compliance services, Environmental Works is ready to help.
Environmental Compliance: Audit and Assessment Services
We offer an extensive list of compliance services to public entities, beginning with environmental threat audit and assessment services:
- Environmental compliance audits
- Environmental management system reviews
- PCB assessments
- EPCRA/SARA Title III assessments
- Chemical inventories
- Waste minimization
- Pollution prevention
- Environmental training
- Regulatory negotiation
Environmental Compliance: Public Facility Plans and Reporting Services
In addition to audit and assessment services, we offer the following services during planning for new public facilities:
- Oil spill (SPCC) plans
- Facility response plans
- Contingency plans
- Risk management plans
- Stormwater pollution prevention plans
- Emission inventories
- Tier II
- Toxic release inventory reports
- TSCA inventory reports
Federal and Local Programs
Often, our public sector work requires us to use several federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) programs – for example, during the management of Superfund sites throughout the central United States. Our team of experts is able to walk public sector employees through a wide variety of federal and local programs that assist with ongoing remediation. EWI has a proven history of success working under the following programs:
- Clean Air Act
- Clean Water Act
- Oil Pollution Act
Finally, all of our work is conducted under Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards. These standards serve as our guiding light during potentially hazardous planning, assessment, and cleanup operations.
Individuals working in the public sector have a special responsibility to the people they serve. At Environmental Works, we are proud to use our expertise to make public servants’ jobs easier and safer. This includes a wide variety of environmental compliance initiatives, including Superfund site management, tank removal and replacement, and hazardous dust cleanup. Environmental Works is committed to guiding your team through every step of the journey to environmental compliance.
Are you a public sector employee with an environmental compliance concern? Give Environmental Works a call. We have in-house environmental compliance experts with decades of experience ready to help. We will walk you through the specifics of public sector environmental compliance, including stormwater management, emergency preparedness, tank removal, and more. When you’re ready, you can contact EWI online or call 877-827-9500 for more information.