Client is a national industrial mineral/aggregate heavy plant construction/operator firm. Reporting to the Corporate Environmental Director, the Environmental Manager will be based in the Wisconsin area overseeing their five local plants. There will be some travel to their three plants in Texas and their Manufacturing location in Missouri on an as needed basis.
Knowledge of EPA and State specific Air Quality regulations that are required for typical sand mining operations including applicable regulations for Dry Plant fluid bed dryers, baghouses and other dry processes.
Knowledge of all applicable Air Quality emission control standards and site specific emission control BMP's including, unpaved road and paved road, drilling and blasting, storage piles, and dry plant operations BMP's.
Knowledge of site specific Storm Water Management Plans and the application of site specific BMP's used to control sediment loading in outfalls. Familiarity with sampling protocols and analysis of applicable laboratory results.
Knowledge of Hazardous waste collection regulations, proper manifesting/record keeping requirements and the ability to perform quarterly site specific field and paper work audits on the site specific management of various waste streams, including oils and grease, batteries and light ballasts.
Ability to manage the collection of 3 weekly samples from site specific (2 locations) Ambient Air Monitoring devices, help collect and submit the filter media to the analytical laboratory, and maintain the results in a data base.
Provide Quarterly SPCC Audits of sites separate sites in Wisconsin and in Texas. Provide training as it relates to proper fueling and spill response to New Hires and Contractors. Provide Annual SPCC refresher training to all site personnel involved in fueling or handling of petroleum products including oils and grease.
Ability to conduct site specific Environmental Risk Assessments on an as needed basis. Ability to provide written recommendations of any adverse findings.
Ability to maintain relationships with existing Environmental Consultants currently used for the preparation of Air Quality and Water Quality deliverable's to State Regulators, and the ability to select additional Environmental Consultants on an as needed basis.
Knowledge of groundwater monitoring protocols and applicable State and Federal groundwater standards.
Knowledge of Mine Safety & Health Operational procedures and Mine Safety Standards.
Knowledge of Phase 1 and Phase 2 Environmental Site Assessment ASTM Protocols and the ability to interpret Phase 1 and Phase 2 results.
Knowledge of RCRA, CERCLA, and SARA contaminated soil clean-up standards, and the ability to interpret analytical results as they pertain to these standards. Ability to recommend cost effective clean-up and disposal options from petroleum contaminated soil.
Five (5) plus years' experience is required.