Our Environmental Engineers at Environmental Process Solutions, PLLC are technical professionals who identify and develop solutions for environmental problems with regard to hydrology, water resources management, bioremediation, water treatment plant design, environmental chemistry, advanced air and water treatment technologies and separation processes.
EPS will assist you with timely reporting on Emissions Inventory, Discharge Water Quality Reporting for pre-treatment and direct discharge permitted facilities to the permitting authorities including Federal, State and Local agencies.
EPS offers expertise in all related areas of air and water permitting. We will assist you with attaining permitting for Air Pollution Control Systems and Water Pollution Control Systems. This includes pre-treatment and direct discharge permitting.
We also assist our clients with attaining new permits, permit modifications and renewal permits.
Our team of experts can assist our clients with completing reports based on your facility’s classification as a large quantity generator (LQG), small quantity generator (SQG) or conditionally exempt small quantity generator (CESQG). Your classification determines the required reporting as well as the allowable holding time before disposal.
We can help you ensure that you are complying with the proper regulations and that your facility has been correctly classified.
The EPS team can audit your environmental responsibilities and determine what regulations you are subject to. We ensure that you have processes and procedures in place to operate within all permitted requirements. In the event that deficiencies are found, we will assist you with correcting them, whether it means developing new processes and procedures, or applying for new/updated permits.
We can help develop and update your Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), or your Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan.
We can also assist with integration of your contingency plan documents into a ‘One plan’, or Integrated Contingency Plan (ICP).
EPS has a North Carolina Registered Professional Engineer who can evaluate your existing processes and procedures and ensure your system operates with maximum efficiencies.
We will save you time and money by improving operational efficiency, making modifications as needed and by keeping you in compliance with your discharge permits.
EPS will evaluate your responsibilities and assist you with permitting as needed. This may include submittal of a notice of intent (NOI) for coverage under a general permit, application for an individual stormwater permit, or application for the no-exposure exclusion.