Helping Businesses & Governments Comply with Environmental Regulation by Specializing in Environmental Strategy

Steele Environmental Services, LLC

BUSINESS ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE SERVICES:


1.  Getting Started


What do we need?

Over-the-phone compliance diagnostic - no charge, 281-300-2174


2.  Routine Operations: Air, Water, Waste, & Related Planning & Permitting


Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWP3s)

  • Industrial and construction planning
  • Inspections
  • Sampling assistance
  • Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs), Benchmark Monitoring Reports (BMRs)
  • Training


Wastewater Permitting

  • General wastewater permits (concrete batch, petroleum distribution, etc).
  • Individual permits


Contingency Planning

  • Facility Response Plans (FRPs)
  • Vessel Response Plans (VRPs)
  • Spill Prevention, Control & Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans
  • Homeland Security planning assistance (FSPs)


Air permits

  • Texas Permit By Rule (PBR) registrations
  • Standard permits
  • New Source Review (NSR) individual permits
  • Federal operating permits


Waste Management & Reporting

  • Notice of Registration (NOR) 
  • EPA and SWR ID #'s
  • Annual Waste Summary
  • Waste Management Plans
  • Recordkeeping and reporting assistance

3.  Expansion or New Business Site: Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs)  


  • Historical investigations (Phase I ESA )
  • Subsurface investigations (Phase II ESA)*
  • Texas Risk Reduction Program (Remediation)*
  • Owner Compliance Audits (Risk Management)
  • Evaluation of property suitability for operations

* In collaboration with, or referral to, an appropriate firm specializing in environmental corrective action and licensed by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and/or the Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists (TBPG) if required by law per project circumstances.  Engineering components of multidisciplinary projects will be referred to an individual qualified and licensed according to the rules administered by the Texas Board of Professional Engineers.  


4.  Continuity & Record keeping: Environmental Management Systems (EMS)


  • Paper-based reference systems
  • Electronic tracking using standardized tools


5.  Training: Health, Safety & Environmental Specialty Courses

(most courses 4 to 8 hours in length depending on facility complexity)


  • Storm Water Compliance
  • SPCC Compliance
  • Waste Management and Reporting
  • Air, Water & Waste General Compliance
  • Facility-specific training


6.  Representation:  Regulatory Inspections and Audits


  • Regulatory Agency Audit facilitation (air, water, waste, SPCC, FRP, OSHA, etc.)
  • Notice of Violation (NOV) resolution
  • Notice of Enforcement (NOE) resolution (in coordination with Counsel).