Know your facts! If your Arizona company uses chemicals in any way, you must comply with Toxic Substances Control Act [TSCA] regulations.
Ready to stop being in the dark about your level of compliance? Aegis Environmental Services will give you a FREE, no obligation assessment of your organization and let you know which issues are most pressing.
Greg Fisher, proprietor of Aegis Environmental Strategies, is a chemical engineer with a graduate degree in the handling of toxic chemicals. Greg is ready to help you make sense of the sometimes dizzying compliance issues your business faces, such as:
- Screening the chemicals your company uses
- Assessing the implications of TSCA rules on operations
- Reporting and notification to the proper agencies
- Record keeping and reporting for chemicals used in your business
(such as SNUR, R&D, PMN, LVE, polymer exemption, article exemption, and the inventory update rule)
- Training of your employees, either at the individual level or for groups
Now! A way to comply with TSCA and still stay within your budget
Now you may be thinking: “These services sound exactly like what we need, but we are trying to save money in this economy.” Rest assured, Aegis Environmental Strategies can help you meet your TSCA requirements and not break the bank:
- Greg starts by providing a FREE no-obligation consultation of your most critical TSCA needs
- He then creates a summary memo to let you know which issues are the most pressing (and potentially the most troublesome if you are in violation).
- You then can make an informed decision about which TSCA compliance issues require your immediate attention.
What if you already have a documented EPA violation?
You may be reading this because your company is already in hot water with the regulatory agencies. Aegis Environmental Strategies can help cool things down!
At a time like this, the most important thing you can do is show the EPA that you are willing to comply and are taking appropriate steps to do so. Please contact Greg today at 602-770-6961 or by email to discuss your options. Your first consultation is always free.