Environmental Permitting & Regulatory Compliance

Air permitting & regulatory compliance, stormwater & wastewater permitting & compliance, hazardous materials

Materials Management & Sustainability

Planning and regulatory reporting services, studies & evaluations, technical assistance, financial management, environmental education & training services

Terminal Emissions Tracking System (TETS)

Cloud-based computer system that tracks monthly and annual emissions of VOCs and HAPs from bulk gasoline terminals and other chemical facilities

Our Services

Air Permitting

Environmental air quality & permitting services for industry & government

Stormwater Permitting

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans and Industrial Stormwater Permitting

Materials Management & Sustainability

Solid waste planning, regulatory compliance & operations

Strategic Planning

We work with your “Green Team” to achieve environmental goals

Terminal Emissions Tracking System

Cloud-based software to track air emissions

Wastewater Permits

Wastewater Permits-to-Install, NPDES Wastewater Discharge, Indirect Discharge

Hazardous Waste Management

Materials management through audits, waste categorization, reporting, compliance assistance

SPCC Rule Compliance

SPCC plan development and secondary containment

Experts in Environmental Regulatory Requirement Compliance Since 1995

GT Environmental, Inc. (GT) provides environmental consulting services to the private sector and government. These services include air permitting, water permitting, solid and hazardous waste planning, Phase I and Phase II site investigations, RCRA Closure, remediation planning and oversight services, and brownfield redevelopment.

GT’s clients include numerous Fortune 500 companies, midsize to small businesses, state and local governments, hospitals, educational institutions, and professional associations.

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GT Provides Leadership on Professional Association Boards

GT is proud to have their professionals represented on association boards and committees across Ohio and the country. The following is an update on activities at our associations.

Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act

Toxic Release Inventory Reporting: Understanding the “Articles Exemption”

By the time you read this article, the reporting deadline for submitting your Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reports will be a little less than a month away. Before you finalize your TRI reports you might want to review whether and how your facility is applying the “Articles Exemption” under §372.38 of 40 CFR Part 372. The “Articles Exemption” exempts EPCRA Section 313 chemicals that are contained in “articles” that are processed or otherwise used at a TRI facility from threshold determinations, as well as releases and other waste management calculations.

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Ohio EPA Public Notice – Request for Comment: OAC Chapter 3745-110, “Nitrogen Oxides – Reasonably Available Control Technology”

On May 20, 2021, Ohio EPA began accepting public comments on draft changes to Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-110, “Nitrogen Oxides – Reasonably Available Control Technology.” The comment period ends on June 22, 2021.