Environmental Compliance Services

CEC provides Environmental, Health, Safety, & Compliance services to clients in a variety of businesses. CEC's team of engineers and scientists have extensive experience and backgrounds in regulatory compliance and industry management practices providing auditing, assessment, permitting, project and program management and development services.

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Compliance Auditing and Program Development

CEC provides environmental, health & safety auditing services to industrial clients, utilities, law firms, and financial institutions throughout the United States and Canada. CEC audits corporate environmental and safety programs, compliance with permit limits, state and federal regulations and corporate policies and procedures. The audits help clients prepare and implement cost-effective solutions and improve systems for tracking compliance. CEC offers compliance support in the following areas:

Environmental Health and Safety Management Systems

CEC provides Environmental Management System (EMS) and Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) services by assisting in the creation, implementation, and ongoing support of these programs. CEC assists operations including:

Health, Safety and Industrial Hygiene

CEC engineers and scientists have the industrial and environmental backgrounds to perform hazard assessments and safety analyses to evaluate facility and manufacturing operations. These assessments assist in identifying hazards within facility operations and support activities so that risk can be reduced. CEC's health, safety, and industrial hygiene services include:

Air Quality Services

CEC's staff has the know-how to determine the applicable regulatory requirements to develop practical, effective permitting strategies and to assist industry in negotiating successful permits. In addition, CEC personnel have worked on complex PSD and NSR projects and have provided related services like control technology evaluation and dispersion modeling.

Our capabilities in air quality assessment and permitting include:

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