NOIs are Due on April 12, 2020
West Virginia’s Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) issued WV NPDES WV0111457 Multi-Sector Stormwater Permit on September 12, 2019, and it became effective on October 12, 2019. The Notice of Intent (NOI) for existing permit holders will be due on April 12, 2020. Facilities in West Virginia want to beware of changes the WVDEP has made to the permit and ensure they are prepared for the April 12th deadline.
TSCA Chemical Data Reporting is Back in 2020
Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Data Reporting (CDR) requires U.S. manufacturers and importers of certain chemicals to report information on these chemicals to the USEPA between June and September 2020.
For a complete look back at 2020 environmental compliance deadlines, you can download our calendar below.
The oil and gas exploration and production process results in a number of specific waste byproducts, many of which may contain elevated levels of TENORM. These include but are not limited to:
- Produced water
- Drill-Out Sands
- Filter Socks
It is important for operators to meet the rigid regulatory requirements to maintain compliance and minimize your company’s long-term liability. NGE can provide a range of services regarding the management of TENORM waste.
The PA DEP is making the first substantial revisions since 2002 to the “Land Recycling Program Technical Guidance Manual.” The final draft, published on December 16, 2018, is open for a 90-day comment period, until March 16, 2019.
With the latest addition in 2017 of a Diedrich D-50 Turbo Plus track rig, NGE continues to maintain cutting-edge geotechnical equipment. Using our in-house equipment, drill crews, and geotechnical engineers, NGE can provide for all of your geotechnical needs in an efficient and cost-effective manner.