Toxic Substance Control Act Compliance (TSCA)

 

Partnering With You to Keep Your Toxic Substances Where They Belong

Our experience interpreting and applying TSCA regulations can make a real difference when you’re dealing with Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB) wastes from site investigation, remediation, demolition, and construction projects. We perform detailed assessments and interpret these regulations to your site’s circumstances, demonstrating compliance efficiently and cost-effectively.

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TSCA: Background and Purpose

A clean-up of a spill, release, or other form of unauthorized disposal is strictly regulated based on the source concentration and the date of the spill. Enacted in 1976 (40 CFR 761), TSCA regulates the manufacture, distribution, use, and disposal of specific chemical substances.  The PCB Mega Rule Amendments of the TSCA were issued in 1998 and included PCB remediation regulations. 

 

PCB Remediation

Whether you’re controlling a small spill from a transformer, impacted soils along railroad beds, or contaminated soils at Superfund sites, we can identify practical, cost-effective solutions to get you back in TSCA compliance quickly. We have also developed TSCA-regulated Self-Implementing Cleanup Plans and PCB performance and risk-based remediation projects.  

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Featured Case Study

National Defense Contractor: TSCA Compliance

GeoInsight was retained by a national defense contractor to provide oversight and consulting services associated with assessment and remediation of media impacted with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), metals, chlorinated solvents, and cyanide. The 151,000-square-foot facility was the historical location of research and development activities associated with radar and microwave technologies.