ALL4’s waste practitioners have extensive expertise across a wide range of sites and state and federal programs. Each site is unique and ALL4 takes this into account when developing permitting applications, plans, or corrective action. ALL4 has a team of experts that can provide a comprehensive audit and recommend solutions to your everyday issues.
Why use a Consultant for Waste Services?
The RCRA program can be difficult to navigate with its multitude of U.S EPA interpretations that have been made over the last 40 years. Whether you are the generator of solid or hazardous waste or the facility recycling or disposing of the waste, some issues require the “deep dive” into the regulations and policies on the federal, state, and local level that your staff may not have time to complete. Third party audits allow for your team to see areas for improvement and potential areas of non-compliance.
ALL4’s Waste Services
- RCRA Generator Compliance, Auditing, and Reporting
- RCRA TSDF permitting (RCRA Part B)
- CERCLA Consulting
- Corrective Action
- Solid Waste Landfill Permitting
- Waste Minimization
Why Use ALL4?
We have a team of technical staff with over 30 years of experience to assist you in solid waste and RCRA TSDF permitting. ALL4 has conducted multiple RCRA generator compliance audits across multiple industries. We routinely provide reporting services and consulting on implications to changes in your process. Our investigation and remediation team can provide assistance with Corrective Action and Closure of RCRA sites that meet your specific needs.
Our technical staff maintain professional competency by attending and presenting at technical conferences, publishing technical articles, and lecturing at the graduate university level. We also actively participate in local and national associations in which our clients are members so that we understand their perspectives and can provide meaningful contributions to regulatory and policy advocacy efforts. Our clients are our priority and we take ownership when supporting them to achieve their goals. ALL4 can help you take your project from auditing to permitting to closure. ALL4 will partner with you to determine a course of action that is aligned with your goals.
Posted: January 2023
Part 1 EHS&S Look Ahead // Colin McCall Greetings from ALL4 in 2023. I’d like to start the year once again by thanking our employees, clients, and partners for the support and for enjoying the journey with us. We never […]Read article
Posted: October 2022
This article is the second in a series of 4 the Record articles providing common mistakes and best practices to maintain compliance with universal waste regulations. Universal waste regulations allow a universal waste generator to not count the designated waste […]Read article
Posted: September 2022
Batteries are an essential part of many businesses; in the mid and late 1990’s the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created the Universal Waste standards, which provided an avenue to recycle many types of these batteries to divert from […]Read article
Posted: September 2022
On June 30, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States released their decision on West Virginia v Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a 6-3 ruling in favor of the petitioners. The majority opinion agreed with the petitioners who argued that […]Read article
Posted: August 2022
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) has published a series of Nonrule Policy Document (NPD) updates over the period of June 30, 2022, to July 18, 2022. An NPD is intended to clarify for the public IDEM’s interpretation of […]Read article
Posted: March 2022
Federal regulation 40 CFR §122.26 requires facilities with industrial stormwater discharges to apply for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit; either an individual permit or a general permit from an authorized state, such as Georgia, that has promulgated […]Read article
Posted: March 2022
This blog is the next installment in a series that covers key state-specific requirements for petroleum containing aboveground storage tanks (ASTs) with respect to Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) compliance with 40 CFR Part 112.7(j). This edition will focus […]Read article
Posted: January 2022
Is it just us, or did time fly? While we ended 2021 with COVID still around us, it’s unclear if we are heading into 2022 or 2020-too… I am hoping for a year of lifting mandates and a return to […]Read article
Posted: October 2021
ALL4 has a long history of working with the forest products industry and participating in various industry associations to stay on top of the latest environmental policy and regulatory activities affecting our clients. We provide some updates on environmental activity […]Read article