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Environmental Aspects of Business Growth Economic Considerations for Water Compliance

In order to maximize business growth and avoid unforeseen costs, it is important to know ahead of time what potential environmental aspects must be considered for a new business venture or project. Planning ahead of time to meet required compliance objectives will reduce later expenses in retrofit or remediation, and limit potential legal costs for non-compliance.

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Tools for Tracking Compliance

Corporations, and the environmental compliance professionals serving at or for them, need a variety of tools to manage the many varied and dynamic requirements of environmental regulations. Frequently, personnel (from operators to supervisors to engineers) are asked to manage compliance for regulations on which they have little to no formal training; while the demands of their main job tasks often does not allow sufficient time to effectively understand such complex environmental regulations.

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Environmental Aspect of Business Growth – Economic Considerations for Waste Management Strategies

One of the easiest ways to save operating costs is by managing waste streams properly from the start. This is true of everything from office wastes to process wastes. Regardless of whether a business growth venture or project involves a new facility or improvements to an existing operation, consideration of waste generation and its appropriate management should be included early on in the planning stages. Perhaps the easiest way to do this is to consider the facility or process as a box.

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Managing Environmental Inspections

Your Inspector just called to let you know that tomorrow will be your Environmental Inspection, perhaps in water or air or waste. As you put it on the calendar, you are wondering what the Inspector might find, and worrying about which items could result in violations that are problematic to your facility, and therefore to you…. There are some easy ways to prepare for your inspection that will help it go smoothly. Obviously, being in total compliance with your permits 365 days a year is the very best way to manage an inspection.

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