R&W has helped numerous clients identify, characterize and properly manage specific waste streams from historical operations, ongoing operations and emergency cleanups. R&W provides site identification forms, training and compliance audits with Environmental Protection Agency Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations.
RCRA hazardous waste regulations can be vastly complicated. For example, gasoline-contaminated soil is exempt from RCRA regulations only if the soil is from cleaning up a leaking underground storage tank. So, depending on the contamination's source, other gasoline-contaminated soil (e.g., from a spill) may need to be managed under different regulations.
R&W has guided clients through the maze of regulations when evaluating the proper way to dispose solid and liquid waste.
Services in this field include:
- Waste Reduction Evaluations
- Solid Waste Disposal
- Landfill Design and Permitting
- Waste Profiles
- Michigan Liquid Industrial Waste
- Hazardous Waste
- Identification and Characterization
- Generator Status and Permit Applications
- Land Disposal Restrictions
- RCRA Tank Classification