Facilities that maintain hazardous-waste management units are subject to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Part B permitting process. Our lawyers often assist clients in obtaining these permits, providing experienced advice to help minimize the costs, delays and operational burdens often associated with this process.
Our lawyers have in-depth knowledge of the regulatory framework and guidance applicable to clean closure of inactive hazardous waste management units. Drawing on this knowledge, we assist our clients in successfully achieving clean closure, thereby avoiding the need to obtain a RCRA Part B post-closure permit and the attendant RCRA corrective action requirements. Where corrective action is required by administrative order or permit, we provide effective support to facility owner/operators in streamlining the corrective action process.