Compliance Assessments and Analyses at Multiple Industrial Facilities – City of Dayton Department of Water, Division of Environmental Management – Dayton, Ohio

STONE was contracted to conduct risk analyses and assessments for multiple industrial facilities as a measure of compliance with the City’s Source Water Protection Program. The risk assessments were designed to identify and define potential contaminant sources to the City’s drinking water supply, identify and develop efforts for the facilities to reduce risk, and recommend actions to eliminate and reduce the identified and defined risks. STONE’s environmental compliance assessment of each facility included a review of current environmental permits listed for the facility, a discussion with site personnel regarding general site operations and materials used, a cursory review of documents provided by the site representative, and a walk-through of the facility (interior and exterior) in an attempt to note environmental conditions, especially related to chemical material receiving and storage, waste materials generated, material and waste shipping, wastewater generation and discharge, and stormwater management. STONE then developed recommendations and a matrix for prioritizing corrective measures.

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