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HAZMAT Operational Permit for Certain Facilities Located in Harris County

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 vidhi@esepartners.com. #HAZMAT #compliance #ESEpartners

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TexasEnviroHelp

Are you a small business and need environmental assistance? The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality provides technical assistance without the threat of enforcement at TexasEnviroHelp. #environmentalcompliance

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Exit Assessments

Not renewing your lease this term? Contact ESE for an Environmental Exit Assessment to mitigate any environmental liabilities onsite.

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Vapor Intrusion

Studies have found that cracks in building foundations and openings for utility lines can act as conduits for the migration of vapors which can cause long-term wellness concerns. Read more on how vapor intrusion can effect your project today!

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Purchasing commercial real estate?

Purchasing commercial real estate? Be aware of environmental liabilities caused by previous owners. Various levels of environmental reviews or investigations can be conducted to determine the likelihood of a liability, but many lenders and investors require that a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment be conducted for commercial real estate transaction in accordance with ASTM E1527-13. Learn more about #duediligence services here: https://lnkd.in/e25iMPv #phaseIesa #commercialrealestate

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