City of Issaquah

City of Issaquah

Farallon worked with City of Issaquah Public Works Engineering to implement the Critical Aquifer Recharge Area (CARA) standards and guidelines developed to protect the groundwater wells providing Issaquah’s water supply from hazardous material contamination in a cooperative manner with area small businesses. Collaborating with City of Issaquah staff, Farallon conducted site visits at over 250 businesses overlying the wellhead protection area to assess the types and quantities of hazardous materials present. The resulting Hazardous Materials Inventory was used to determine which businesses are subject to CARA requirements. Educational materials and fact sheets were prepared to familiarize businesses with the CARA program and proper management of hazardous materials. Follow-up contacts and visits were performed to facilitate business compliance with program objectives and to enhance cooperative implementation of BMPS for hazardous materials handling.

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Hazardous Materials Management

Our Compliance team evaluates conditions at the site, prepares state Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act reports (such as California Environmental Reporting System, Hazardous Substance Inventory Survey, and Tier II...

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Permits and Regulatory Compliance

Our team helps business and landowner clients protect their assets, meet regulatory obligations, and satisfy permitting requirements. We assist our clients with their current or anticipated needs, whether by completing permit...

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headshot of Tina Huff Tina M. Huff Principal Regulatory Specialist, Director of Business Development

Tina is an environmental professional with over 19 years of experience in environmental due diligence and environmental regulatory compliance. Tina has provided technical services regarding environmental...

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