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Abandoned drum can come back to haunt generator

Savannah Environmental Consulting, Inc. (SEC) was established to fill a need for quality environmental consulting. SEC is backed with over 30 years of environmental experience including areas in the pulp & paper, chemical, manufacturing, railroad, and state & federal government.  SEC has been on all sides of the fence and is uniquely driven to finding cost-effective solutions to resolve client's environmental issues, while maintaining regulatory compliance.

Whether you have a large or small business, commercial or industrial facility, SEC can evaluate and offer a feasible solution to your environmental issues. Whether it's a question on a confidential regulatory compliance issue, a contamination issue, or need for a peace of mind second opinion, SEC can assist.   Need a responsive environmental consultant or another opinion to help with your environmental problems, then call SEC.  SEC can provide environmental support for short term help during the lean times or company downsizing.


Property transfer phase-1 environmental site assessments and audits

Property transfer due diligence Environmental Site Assessments, environmental inspections or audits, regulatory and waste management services in GA, FL, SC. Agency negotiations on compliance matters including review and research with possible penalty or fine reduction. Georgia coatings rule goes into effect soon.

Phase 1 property transfer site assessments have been completed in Georgia including: Brunswick, Darien, Douglas, Jesup, Lyons, Statesboro, Richmond Hill, Riceboro, Rincon, Pooler, Sandersville, Savannah, St Simons, St Marys, Midway, Morrow, Warner Robins and Hinesville and in South Carolina locations of Hardeeville and Hilton Head.

Oil spill in pit.

Underground storage tank removal oversight

Railcar loading area.

Pipelines at oil tankfarm.



SEC implementation of EPA's audit disclosure policy avoided a $112,000 TSCA penalty for chemical company and a EPCRA Section 312 and 313 reporting penalties for equipment manufacturer.

Paint spray booths using paint with five select hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) are subject to rules in Georgia (see Rule H).

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EPA releases new Green House Gas Inventory Initiatives

SEC can provide service with MSDS and other safety issues.

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