Achieving and maintaining regulatory compliance is crucial. So is responsible environmental stewardship, and a high standard of corporate responsibility that goes hand in hand with growth and profitability. That’s why Montrose takes a big-picture view, adding value by combining a rock-solid understanding of regulations with practical and cost-effective methods for meeting them. Our consultants, engineers, and scientists have decades of experience delivering solutions for environmental challenges that make a meaningful long-term difference for our clients and their communities.

Montrose provides a full range of air quality regulatory consulting services for industrial, commercial, and governmental facilities — from planning and site selection through the permitting process and ongoing compliance.

  • Title V Part 70 Permits
  • Air Dispersion Modeling and Air-Quality Impact Analysis
  • Air Records Management (ARMS) & Environmental Management Information Systems (EMIS) & Support
  • Emission Inventories, Tracking, Reporting and Reduction Projects
  • Health Risk Assessments
  • Impact Mitigation and Offset Strategies
  • Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Permits
  • Minor, Synthetic Minor and Conditional Major Permits, Permits by Rule, and No-Permit-Required Documentation
  • New Source Review (NSR) and Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Permits
  • NPRI, Alberta AMD Chapter 9 Reporting, NERM and Greenhouse Gas Reviews and Reporting
  • Odor Investigations
  • Canadian National Pollutant Release Inventory
  • Alberta Air Monitoring Directive
  • Ontario Environmental Compliance Approval Applications
  • Ontario Regulation 419/05
  • Technology Applicability Analyses

Our broad range of water quality services—from plan development to mixing zone analyses to broader-scale analyses involving priority pollutants and sediment loading allocations—leads to cost-effective solutions for facilities that require storm water plans, oil spill prevention and response plans, and NPDES permits, Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans and Facility Response Plans (FRP).

  • Plan development, including Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP), Notice of Intent (NOI), and Reporting
  • Water Usage Permitting
  • Industrial User Permit Applications
  • Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessments
  • NPDES Permit Applications and Renewals
  • Negotiations of Permit Conditions
  • GIS Mapping and Integrated Databases
  • Comprehensive Inspection Services for Stormwater Collection Systems
  • Compliance Auditing
  • Employee Training Programs

Montrose provides hazardous materials services for industrial, commercial, and institutional clients, including support generator program development, compliance plans, permitting, and field services.

  • Generator Compliance
  • RCRA Permitting
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Hazardous Biennial Reporting and Waste-Treatment Permitting
  • Waste-Reduction Plan Development
  • Tier II/Hazardous Materials Reporting
  • Waste Determinations, Classification & Registration
  • California Proposition 65 Management
  • Corrective Action Program Development
  • CERCLA / RCRA Compliance
  • Risk Management Plans/CalARP Compliance
  • Hazardous Communication Plans/GHS
  • Technology Selection
  • Compliance Auditing
  • Employee Training Programs

Montrose professionals identify and address facility hazards, risks, and compliance challenges—creating safe, OSHA-compliant workplaces that save money in the long run.

  • Workplace Health Hazard Assessments
  • Indoor Air Quality Studies
  • Noise Studies and Hearing Conservation Programs
  • Industrial Hygiene (Indoor Air Quality) Monitoring and Report Preparation
  • Industrial Hygiene Audits and Liability Studies
  • Fume Hood Surveys
  • AHERA Compliance, Asbestos Management, and Remediation Oversight
  • Microbial Investigations, Risk Assessments, and Remediation Oversight
  • Lead Paint Inspections and Risk Assessments
  • OSHA Compliance Services including auditing and Development and Implementation of Health & Safety and Chemical Hygiene Plans
  • Hazard Communication Programs including Chemical Inventories and SDS Procurement and Databasing
  • Natural Disaster Inspections and Damage Assessments
  • Integrated Pest Management Plans
  • Canadian WHMIS 2015 Assessment
  • Safety-Related Staffing Support
  • Training Programs
  • Litigation Support

Acting in concert across disciplines to deliver more economical outcomes, Montrose has extensive experience managing the multiple regulatory requirements of tank owners, integrating component testing, and compliance.

  • Monthly Tank Inspections
  • Groundwater Monitoring
  • Suspected Release Investigations and Release Characterizations
  • Emergency Spill Response Oversight
  • SPCC, FRP, PPC, DCCP, and DCR Planning
  • Tier II and Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) Reports
  • Compliance Auditing
  • Geotechnical Investigation for Tank Siting
  • Tank Insurance Claims and State Financial Assurance Fund Claims
  • TDG Management Systems
  • Construction Inspections
  • Storage-Tank Operations and Spill-Prevention Training
  • Turnaround/Shut-Down Support
  • On-Site Environmental, Health and Safety Support