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Pacific Engineering & Consulting, founded in 1982, is a professional services firm with nearly 40 years of experience specializing in environmental health and safety regulations. As leaders in our field, we've helped thousands of public and private sector clients in California comply with federal, state, regional and local regulations. Our team of qualified professionals works closely with our clients to plan, develop and implement customized compliance programs that meet their unique needs at a competitive rate.

We are uncompromising when it comes to our commitment to serving our customers, and we take pride in our long list of loyal clients. We value their trust us and continuously work to anticipate their needs and surpass their expectations. Organizations like yours face steep challenges keeping up with increasing regulatory changes and schedules. Pacific Engineering & Consulting takes the frustration and guesswork out of compliance.

We are keenly aware that each business has its own unique demands when facing environmental and safety regulations, so we work with you to design a plan that is centered around your business.

read more › Hazardous materials are regulated under a number of federal, state and local environmental health and safety regulatory programs. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extensive authority under several federal environmental statutory mandates to reduce the risk of exposure to humans and the environment. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has authority over the Hazard Communication Program which requires the safe handling of hazardous substances. The Department of Transportation (DOT) regulated any transport of hazardous materials and the packaging of hazardous materials for transport.

read more › Pacific Engineering & Consulting brings industry-specific expertise to help you navigate the complex world of Hazardous Materials Disclosure Reporting. Our Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Specialists have decades of experience developing Hazardous Materials Business Plans (HMBP). These complex and detailed reports, required by federal, national and local authorities, are designed to protect the public and environment from the adverse effects of improper storage and handling of hazardous materials.

read more › Owners and operators of petroleum-containing aboveground storage tanks (ASTs) may be subject to the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) rule, a regulation mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to prevent the discharge of oil into the environment, and to control spills if they should occur. Regular inspections are required of facilities with more than 1,320 gallons of total oil storage capacity and must be carried out to applicable industry standards. Avoiding the SPCC requirements and puts your business at risk of lost time of navigating the state and federal EPA bureaucracy, remediation costs and substantial fines.

read more › The Clean Water Act (CWA) is implemented by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help preserve and improve water quality standards by regulating facilities that discharge pollutants to surface water. California has additional regulatory requirements by which contractors, developers, and site owners must comply. A Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) is a written document that identifies all of the activities and conditions at a site that could cause water pollution. It outlines the steps that will be taken to prevent the discharge of any unpermitted pollution, how it will avoid exceeding Numeric Action Levels (NALs), and how the company plans to comply with all federal, state and local regulations.

read more › The Federal Water Pollution Control Act (FWPCA) of 1972, commonly known as the Clean Water Act (CWA), is the principal federal statute for protecting navigable waters, adjoining shorelines, and the waters of the contiguous zone from pollution. The EPA requires that certain facilities prepare, amend, and implement a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan. This is a written document that describes measures your organization has taken to prevent and contain oil spills, and how your company will respond to and clean up any oil spills, should one occur.

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