ESE Partners has extensive experience preparing Houston toxic release inventory reports for a wide range business, including oil & gas operations, financial institutions, commercial real estate concerns and many others. We know exactly how to tailor a toxic release inventory in Houston TX to meet your specific needs, and to make sure it’s not only accurate, but also complete.
Why Choose ESE Partners?
At ESE Partners, we have many different resources to call upon when providing Houston toxic release inventory services. We know the right release estimation methods to use for the various chemicals an operation may use. These include information from industry organizations, the EPA, equipment manufacturers and others. In addition, we have a team of experts who have a deep understanding of how to deliver a toxic release inventory in Houston TX in the most efficient, cost-effective manner possible.
A Brief Look at Toxic Release Inventories
A TRI (Toxic Release Inventory) is designed to track how operations are managing their use and storage of chemicals that could harm the environment as well as human health. Certain industry sectors have to report the amount of certain chemicals they either manage through energy recovery, treatment or recycling, or the amount they release into the air, water or land. Chemicals in quantities above specific thresholds are required to be reported.
TRI reports are due once a year, typically by July 1. These reports are compiled in a nationwide inventory, helping governmental agencies, companies and other organizations make the most informed decisions possible regarding environmental issues.
The consequences of not providing a toxic release inventory in Houston TX can be crippling. The Environmental Protection Agency has, in many instances, levied fines of up to $100,000 on companies that either provided inaccurate inventories, or failed to provide them at all. Even if the fines don’t damage a company, the negative press that could result very well may do damage.
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The risks of not providing a Houston toxic release inventory simply aren’t worth it. Let ESE Partners help streamline the process, so that you can focus your attention on other areas of your operation. Call our Houston office for more information.