|  Environmental Service|
|RCRA COMPLIANCE AND WASTE MANAGEMENT|
Shreenath International provides technical and regulatory services to its
clients to meet the complex regulatory requirements of the Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) at their facilities. Shreenath
International utilizes its multidisciplinary team of professionals to develop
technical and regulatory strategies, prepare permit applications and work
plans, implement compliance programs, train facility employees and manage in
hazardous and solid waste management to perform periodic compliance auditing,
identify and evaluate waste minimization alternatives, and develop emergency
response and spill response procedures.
Shreenath International's personnel will prepare the necessary information to
fulfill the various requirements for the RCRA Part B permit application, and
will review facility designs and operations to ensure compliance with RCRA
hazardous waste standards and to determine whether allowance for permitting
exemptions are possible.
Facility Management Plans|
Shreenath International prepares facility management plans which describe
waste analysis procedures, security measures, inspections of waste management
units, worker training, and the generation, handling, and storage of listed
and characteristic waste, including precautions to prevent the mixture of
incompatible wastes. A management plan for solid and hazardous wastes
generated at a facility is prepared to document operations and procedures that
maintain compliance with pertinent RCRA regulations and standards.
Waste Minimization and Waste Management|
Shreenath International works with its clients in developing waste
minimization and management programs to reduce the cost and potential
liability of waste handling, treatment and/or disposal. The Firm develops and
implements worker training programs for its clients for hazard awareness,
waste minimization, and waste management.
Closure and Post-Closure|
Shreenath International has considerable experience in preparing and
implementing closure and post-closure plans for permitted solid waste
management units, including landfills, surface impoundment's, injection wells,
tanks, containers, and waste piles. Closure activities, from taking a unit out
of service, removing final waste deposits, cleaning and removal of the
container, to verifying clean closure of subsurface soils and groundwater, are
coordinated by the Firm's personnel.
Pollution Prevention and Spill Response Plans|
For pollution prevention plans, Shreenath International develops formal operating procedures, specifies construction and inspection requirements, evaluates containment and leak detection designs, and educates workers on the benefits of pollution prevention.
To develop spill response capabilities, Shreenath International writes formal procedures, identifies necessary personnel, equipment and supplies, and trains employees to develop hazard awareness and spill response skills.
Facility Compliance Audits|
Shreenath International performs an independent assessment of a facility's existing state of compliance with applicable RCRA regulations. We work closely with clients to develop solutions to deficiencies identified during an audit. Shreenath International assists its clients in developing corporate environmental policies and procedures for policy implementation, environmental awareness and training programs, staffing identification, cost estimation for compliance programs, plus monitoring, record keeping, and reporting systems.
Groundwater monitoring programs are implemented by Shreenath International to comply with RCRA regulations. Cost-effective detection networks are strategically located to monitor potential contaminant releases from hazardous waste facilities. The Firm customizes each facility's groundwater monitoring system to the hydrogeologic characteristics at each site.
Shreenath International's personnel have extensive experience in managing all steps of a formal RCRA corrective action program, including the RCRA Facility Assessment, RCRA Facility Investigation, Corrective Measures Study, and Corrective Measures Implementation. Shreenath International assists its clients in the negotiations of Consent Orders with regulatory agencies.
Shreenath International performs site investigations to evaluate whether releases have occurred from active or inactive solid waste management units. Further assessments of the nature and extent of soil and groundwater contamination and of hydrogeologic conditions are services we also provide. Modeling of groundwater and surface water flow and contaminant transport are commonly used as predictive tools for determining off-site migration routes, evaluating potential risks to receptors under various scenarios, and designing systems for plume containment and/or capture.
Shreenath International has experience in the application, design, operation, monitoring, and reporting of soil and groundwater remedial systems. We can provide assistance in the startup of contaminant recovery and treatment systems, training operators, and preparation of operation and maintenance procedural manuals.