Environmental Regulatory Compliance

Environmental issues in your facility can be opportunities to save money. The UT Center for Industrial Services helps companies develop short- and long-term strategies for environmental and economic sustainability. We offer on-site assessments, practical training and tips on regulatory compliance in order to avoid civil fines and penalties.

Here is how we can help:

  • Environmental Regulatory Compliance Assessment: 
    • Comprehensive and confidential regulatory assessment of your facility against state and federal requirements followed by a written report detailing areas of compliances as well as deficiencies.
  • Environmental Compliance Assistance and Regulatory Training: 
    • Services we provide to bring your facility into compliance include developing and delivering training on environmental and operational procedures; preparing and submitting permit applications; and creating environmental documents and reports such as the hazardous waste annual report, Tier II and Form R reports, storm water pollution prevention plans, spill prevention control and countermeasure plans, and many others. Open-enrollment courses and customized in-house training also provide continuous learning opportunities.

EPA MACT Rules - UT Center for Industrial Services has retired their EPA Mact Rules site.   For up-to-date rules and implementation, visit the EPA websites at:

National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) - http://www3.epa.gov/airtoxics/mactfnlalph.html
Rules and Implementation - http://www3.epa.gov/airtoxics/eparules.html

What our clients say!

"TMEP assistance enabled us to avoid extremely high fines resulting from our TDEC inspection. Compliance issues could have resulted in fines in excess of $250,000."
Plant Manager
Shelby County, Tennessee

"Because we're small, we don't have a lot of different experts on staff. But we can always turn to the TMEP - for anything from environmental compliance to product cost analysis. I know I can get the help I need whenever I need it."
John Kiss
Bailey-Parks Urethane, Inc.