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If your facility is like many, you are likely very familiar with environmental and health and safety acronyms of all types: SPCC, SWPPP, RMP, PSM, PSD, SMOP, NPDES – the list goes on and on. However, how familiar are you really with all the requirements...

Are you a large quantity generator of hazardous waste? If so, are you comfortable that your compliance program meets all the EPA requirements and can come through an inspection with flying colors? Are you sure? If not, PPM can help. We have hazardous waste experts...

One of the traditions we look forward to the most at PPM is sending to our clients a special Christmas greeting. Each year our card’s art is drawn by one of our team member’s children, and we love sharing what Christmas looks like through their...

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality recently issued their Public Notice for comments on the 2020 reissuance of the statewide Industrial Stormwater General Permit for Industrial Activities – more commonly called “the General Permit” by industries.  The General Permit was initially issued in July 1992...

This summer, PPM Consultants was again awarded for their exceptional growth over the past three years. The company experienced the strongest financial performance of its 25-year history in 2019, and has been recognized as a leader among architecture, engineering, and consulting (AEC) firms by the...

If you work in a commercial, industrial, and/or institutional facility, you are very likely familiar with the Boiler Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) rule, which caused quite a stir several years ago.  The rule can be confounding and daunting to many as each facility has...

For many manufacturing facilities, such as the automotive industry, it may be a requirement that you have your facility certified to the ISO 14001:2015 standard.  The standard itself is not a very daunting read; approximately 44 pages including all standards, guidance, and references.  The standard...

2020 will be a year we will always remember. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought havoc to our world. Here in the United States, stay at home orders were issued in late March and early April. While these say at home orders have had many...

[wpcdt-countdown id="10050"]   The July 1st deadline is fast approaching for facilities meeting the TRI reporting requirements. There are a few basics every facility should be aware of when it comes to TRI reporting. Below, we have three questions that will help you get on the right...