Congratulations Aaron Munsart on your work anniversary! We are lucky to have you! #employeeanniversaryRead More
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Harris County requires that an operational permit for certain facilities is obtained prior to beginning operations for which a permit is required. The permits ensure that the County has necessary information to safeguard the county from the risks associated with high hazard occupancy. These permits are issued for operations set forth in Sections 105.6.1 through 105.6.50 of the Harris County Fire Code.
Harris County issued a new Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) operating permit, effective January 1, 2020. All new and existing facilities located in Harris County will be required to apply for a HAZMAT permit if they store, transport on-site, dispense or handle hazardous materials in quantities greater than those listed in Table 105.6.20. These permits are required to be renewed annually. If you have any questions, or need further information please contact Vidhi Singhal at (281) 501‑6100 or firstname.lastname@example.org. #HAZMAT #compliance #ESEpartners
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At ESE Partners, we are committed to protecting our environment and delivering responsible solutions. #corporateresponsibility #environmentalconsultingRead More
Environmental Science and Engineering Partners, LLC (ESE), has been offering unique investment strategies to the real estate market for the past 12 years. This strategy is based on the concept of investing in environmentally distressed properties which can be managed through environmental science and engineering. ESE’s team of Environmental Scientists and Engineers assist their clients by navigating through the complexities of environmental regulations within the financial thresholds of a viable land investment. ESE’s promise is to recognize and deliver opportunity to stakeholders while at the same time improving the community’s quality of life. According to ESE’s President and CEO, Bryan Gay, ESE along with their clients, are making the unusable, usable, Making Brownfields Green.Read More