Farallon completed a compliance audit and facility upgrade for bulk fuel storage facilities in Alaska with ASTs and USTs. The facility audit addressed compliance with state and federal regulations for secondary containment; Spill Protection, Control, and Countermeasure Plans; stormwater control and reporting requirements; and inventory records. Farallon reviewed existing reports and documentation, conducted a site inspection, and calculated secondary containment capacities to develop recommendations and modifications where necessary to meet regulatory requirements. Farallon met with both state and federal regulators to negotiate a schedule for compliance with AST and UST regulations to avoid fines.
Regulatory agencies often require studies, which are a useful first step in the design process. We conduct Feasibility Studies to evaluate the comparative effectiveness, practicality, timeliness, and costs for potential remedial...Read more
Our team has successfully completed Remedial Investigations at numerous commercial, industrial, Brownfield, and agricultural properties to characterize the extent and magnitude of contamination to various media. These include impacts to...Read more
Facilities with the capacity to store 1,320 gallons of oil in 55-gallon containers likely need a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC Plan). We can prepare an SPCC Plan and assist with development of a compliance...Read more