For a limited time, CAPACCIO is offering a free one-hour consultation combined with wastewater treatment plant operator training. We will meet with you and your operators at your facility to review your existing wastewater treatment operations and develop ideas for system optimization or improvement.
At the conclusion of the consultation, CAPACCIO is authorized by MassDEP to issue Training Contact Hours (TCHs) to each attendee. A win-win as you receive a professional engineer’s review of your system as well as a TCH credit. There is no obligation to engage in any services with CAPACCIO at the conclusion of the consultation.
For more information, please contact Matt Melvin, PE, at 508-970-0033 ext. 143 or email@example.com.
Per Massachusetts Underground Storage Tank (UST) regulations found at 310 CMR 80.52: All Owners or Operators of UST systems shall maintain and demonstrate financial responsibility for taking corrective action and for compensating third parties for bodily injury and property damage caused by accidental releases arising from the operation of UST systems.
Many Owners and Operators use commercial insurance. However, the regulation requires the coverage to be in the form of a separate policy or an endorsement to an existing policy. Any endorsement must include very specific language included in the regulation.
Why does this matter?
In accordance with 310 CMR 80.49(7), third party inspectors are required to verify that financial responsibility is current and documented. However, the date of the third party inspection is not the best time to be seeking the proper documentation; a better time is now! A few phone calls this week will save many headaches when it is time for the next third party inspection.
If you need a third party inspection, or if you have other UST questions, please contact Christopher Walton, PE, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (508) 970-0033 ext. 139.
CAPACCIO is tracking a new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) initiative that may ultimately affect any semiconductor or electronic component manufacturer that generates process wastewater. Every two years, the EPA publishes its plan to revise national wastewater discharge standards (also known as Effluent Limitation Guidelines or “categorical standards”). The 2016 plan, published in the Federal Register on June 27, 2016 (www.epa.gov/eg) discloses that EPA will evaluate the Electronic and Electronic Components Category, which includes manufacturers of a wide variety of products including semiconductors, crystals, wafers, photovoltaics, and others as defined by EPA (see current EPA regulation at 40 CFR 469). EPA has not changed this regulation since 1983 and EPA acknowledges there have been many developments in the category since 1983. EPA will review current wastewater discharges, wastewater treatment, pollution prevention and management technologies and may establish new baseline metrics (discharge standards, water use limits, best management practices) that would apply to all members of the category.
If you have questions about how this may impact you, please call Art Cunningham, Director of Engineering at CAPACCIO, (508) 970-0033 ext. 141 or email@example.com.
CAPACCIO’s next round of wastewater treatment operator TCH classes are being offered Thursday September 8 and 15, 2016. We will be offering four MassDEP approved courses, each worth 2.5 TCHs. Don’t wait until 2017 to get your credits for license renewal. Enroll now!
CAPACCIO is a leader in industrial wastewater treatment design. Our trainers are experts in the design, operation, and maintenance of industrial wastewater treatment systems. For over a decade, we have prepared candidates for the Wastewater Treatment Operator Exam in Massachusetts and have offered a wide variety of Training Contact Hour (TCH) courses for licensed operators. Our courses are open to public enrollment and can be customized to meet industry or company specific needs. Let us help you prepare for the next exam or keep up with your current license requirements!
For more information, please contact Nancy Robbins at 508.970.0033 ext. 132 or firstname.lastname@example.org.