RCRA & CERCLA
A solution-focused approach to CERCLA and RCRA investigation, risk assessment, and remediation projects.
Projects that require the management of hazardous substances and wastes as mandated by federal and state compliance guidelines, including the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (RCRA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA), can be both extensive and time consuming.
TRC’s knowledgeable staff has extensive experience working under CERCLA and RCRA frameworks. We have guided clients through the investigation, risk assessment, and remediation planning, as well as preparing and implementing remedy phases at removal, remedial, and voluntary actions sites.
We deliver value to our clients on complex remediation projects of hazardous waste impacted assets and properties, whether they are currently in use (RCRA) or are abandoned, non-operating sites (CERCLA). Utilizing unconventional approaches, we help clients rectify sites with in saturated environments, even when stakeholder priorities are divergent.
CERCLA vs. RCLA
CERCLA and RCRA are federal guidelines governing the management of hazardous substances and wastes, with RCRA focusing on facilities currently in use and CERCLA addressing abandoned, non-operating sites.
RCRA & CERLA Services
Our multidisciplinary knowledge ensures all facets of remediation projects are kept under budget while delivering results to client objectives. From site investigation to remedial planning and design. Please contact us for more information.
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Our Services Include:
- Remediation Engineering Services
- Phase I / Site Assessment Services
- Risk Assessment & Toxicology Services
- Sediment Remediation Services
- Guaranteed Fixed-Price Remediation (GFPR) Services
Looking for effective RCRA/CERCLA solutions?
Turn to the experts at TRC.