Contamination

The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 was created to ensure federal agencies consider the environmental impacts of their Read More »

Accidental Petroleum Spills and Releases

Accidental petroleum spills and releases frequently occur due to transportation accidents that cause spills, oil and gas exploration and production Read More »

Why would I want to permanently remove my Petroleum Underground Storage Tanks from service?

As an owner/ operator, in order to minimize your risk when your operations no longer require the service of  Petroleum Read More »

Environmental Litigation Support

Environmental attorneys often provide their clients Environmental Litigation Support involving environmental conditions of a property using environmental consultants. Their clients Read More »

Texas Environmental, Health, and Safety Audit Privilege Act

Both the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) and the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRCTX) have promulgated Regulatory Guidance (RG) Read More »

Potentially Petroleum Contaminated Areas (PPCAs)

Environmental Services for Construction within Potentially Petroleum Contaminated Areas (PPCAs) Federal, State, County, and Municipal government utility and construction projects Read More »

Do you have ghost tanks haunting you?

You ask, what is a ghost tank? Ghost tanks are tanks that are discovered during construction work, site inspections, and Read More »

In-situ Remediation

In-situ remediation is an emerging technology that utilizes various methods to remediate soil and groundwater in place or on the Read More »

Contamination Impacts

Contamination is the condition of land or water where any chemical substance or waste has been added at above acceptable Read More »

Petroleum Storage Tanks

AST/ UST Compliance, Installations, Upgrades, and Removal from Service The regulatory framework for compliance with underground and aboveground petroleum storage Read More »