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Regulatory Compliance and Liaison Support


Waterstone personnel have been actively involved in all aspects of compliance auditing for over 20 years.  Led by three broadly experienced and recognized experts, our regulatory compliance services are supported by personnel trained in all areas of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and many state and local regulatory compliance elements.  We utilize an online computer system that provides us with the most updated environmental, health and safety regulations.

Environmental Excellence

Permits and Plans


Waterstone personnel have obtained numerous permits under the Stormwater Pollution Prevention General WDRs for Industrial Facilities, numerous permits under the Stormwater Pollution Prevention General WDRs for Construction Activities, permits for discharge under the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and site specific WDR permits for the subsurface discharge of treated water as well as for the discharge of soil.


Other permits and plans Waterstone can provide include the following:

  • Hazardous Waste Treatment Permits (including Full Permits, Permit-by-Rule, Conditionally Exempt)

  • Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans (SPCC)

  • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)

  • Hazardous Material Business Plans

  • Underground Storage Tank Removal permits

Regulatory Compliance Monitoring

Waterstone is well-versed in regulatory monitoring requirements for facilities that have undergone site assessments and remediation or have monitoring requirements associated with a permit or land-use covenant. Waterstone subcontracts with local sampling and analysis companies and prepares the monitoring reports that are submitted to local and state agencies.These may include any or all of the following monitoring types:

  • Stormwater Discharge Monitoring for NPDES Permits

  • Groundwater Monitoring

  • Indoor Air Monitoring

  • Soil Vapor Monitoring

Waste Classification

Waterstone has a team of professionals that routinely perform waste classification for clients that are required by law to regulate waste. Due to our long experience in regulatory compliance, Waterstone has performed waste classification for numerous industries both to support routine site operations and to provide expert testimony on litigated issues.

Regulatory Compliance Auditing

Government enforcement agencies, fiduciaries and business organizations publish environmental compliance records on the internet making access to environmental compliance information on individual businesses readily available. Waterstone guides clients in assessing the nature and potential risks of environmental non-compliance, and assists in the development of a programmatic approach for reducing or eliminating risks through pollution prevention and other proactive environmental management systems. Waterstone is fully versed in the requirements of the CAA, CWA, OPA, RCRA, CERCLA, TSCA, FIFRA, SDWA, and state and local laws and regulations.


Benefits of environmental compliance, pollution prevention and environmental management systems include:


  • Reducing operation costs and preventing pollution.

  • Reducing disposal costs, liability, and taxes through waste minimization.

  • Verifying compliance with permits and other requirements to avoid regulatory scrutiny, notices of violation, and fines for non-compliance.

  • The ability to set priorities for environmental management activities.

  • A liability assessment tool resulting in loss control and the ability to manage risk.

  • A mechanism to reduce in insurance claims and avoid premium increases resulting from claims.

  • A mechanism for educating employees, clients and customers.

  • The ability to develop a standard for evaluating vendors and reducing or eliminating risk posed by outside factors.

  • The ability to market environmental awareness and sensitivity.

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