Engineering

Spring Environmental provides quality engineering services in the environmental, health, and safety field.

Air

Spring Environmental assists facilities in obtaining and maintaining air permits. Services include evaluating and calculating facility emissions, and selecting appropriate process and control equipment.

Project Examples:

  • Shields Bag & Printing is a flexible packaging manufacturer located in Yakima, WA. Spring Environmental calculated and modeled emissions from the proposed facility expansion to obtain an air permit. Spring Environmental conducted a Best Available Control Technology (BACT) analysis to evaluate whether additional control equipment would be necessary to meet regulatory standards.
  • Central Washington Asphalt is a construction company with portable and stationary plants. Spring Environmental has assisted with permitting five of Central Washington Asphalt’s plants in multiple regulatory jurisdictions throughout the Northwest. Services provided included evaluation of asphalt plant emissions and identifying solutions to reduce impacts at the property boundary.

Water

Spring Environmental assists facilities with water quality compliance. Services include evaluation of water quality management at industrial and commercial facilities, selecting appropriate process and control equipment, and review of spill control systems and procedures.

Project Examples:

  • Central Pre-Mix is a large company with multiple locations providing asphalt, concrete, and aggregate products. Spring Environmental evaluated 11 asphalt plants, concrete batch plants, and rock crushing plants for the potential to negatively impact navigable waterways. Spring Environmental prepared and certified Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans to address the requirements of 40 CFR 112, “Oil Pollution Prevention”.
  • Spokane Metal Finishing is a copper, chrome, and nickel finishing facility located in Spokane, WA. Spring Environmental prepared and certified a Wastewater Engineering Report to comply with Washington State regulations. The report included evaluation of the wastewater treatment system, a review of All Known Available and Reasonable Methods of Treatment (AKART) to minimize wastewater discharge for the metal finishing industry, and an evaluation of wastewater discharge characteristics compared to allowable limitations.