LFI’s compliance team has extensive experience in meeting all requirements of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act for the USEPA(RCRA). From small operations with minimal hazardous waste activities, to large facilities with multiple waste management units, we can provide whatever level of help you need.
LFI’s compliance professionals have a thorough understanding of the closure and corrective action regulations and have worked with regulators across the country to ensure that our clients meet all of their RCRA requirements.
Our professionals can provide whatever level of assistance you need, from traversing the regulatory maze to site remediation and closure. LFI can evaluate your facility to determine applicable RCRA requirements, prepare the necessary work plans and closure plans and conduct RCRA Facility Investigations, including all sampling and monitoring.
RCRA Closure is the process of taking a RCRA hazardous waste management unit, such as a treatment, storage, or disposal (TSD) unit, out of service. Closure is required for all hazardous waste management units following the termination of a permit or facility closure.
RCRA Corrective Action is the process for facility owners and operators to clean-up areas that have been used to treat, store or dispose of hazardous waste at their facility.
- Evaluation of closure options
- Preparation of a Corrective Action Work Plan and Closure Plan
- Completion of Facility Investigations
- Sampling of solids, sediments and groundwater
- Regulatory negotiations
- Site clean-up and closure