MD Environmental is a consulting firm providing the following services to our clients.  Additional services can be provided upon request.

Air Quality

The issue of air quality concerns business when dealing with process operations, such as manufacturing and production.  The process operations must meet certain limit or operating conditions, according to local, state and federal air quality rule and regulations.

The South Coast Air Quality Management District, California Air Resource Control Board, and California Environmental Protection Agency administrate the air quality rules and regulations, which govern most of Southern California.  Such administrations require business owners and operators to become aware and understand the goals of achieving clean air within the South Coast region, through air pollution reduction planing and reporting measures.

MD Environmental provides effective solution strategies such as actual emission factor testing and optimization for business flexibility coupled with solid regulatory compliance.

Once your business achieves compliance, MD Environmental can assist you on a contractual basis to maintain air quality compliance continuous and without disruption from inevitable staff reorganizations and turnover. 

  • Rule 219 Permit Exemption Registration

  • Statewide Portable Equipment Registration
  • District Permit to Construct and Operate Application for New Construction, Existing Equipment, Equipment Modification, Change of Business Location, Change of Ownership, Change of Permit Conditions, and Reinstating Expired Permits.
  • Certified Permitting Professional Evaluation
  • Permit Denials and Appeals Consultations
  • Variance Petition and Representation
  • Orders for Abatement Petition
  • Title V Initial Application, Draft Review and Final Permitting
  • RECLAIM Application and Permitting
  • Emissions Inventory and Audit Reviews
  • Air Toxics Inventory and MACT Consultation
  • Monthly Record Keeping Reports
  • District Certified Air Emissions Source Test
  • Complete Air Quality Facility Audit Report

Water Quality

Water Quality issues typically involves wastewater discharge from industrial activities.  In addition, storm water runoff has recently been of concern, due to frequent contamination of local lakes and oceans.  A facility, which uses water for any process or industrial activity, must determine compliance with the local water quality control district.

The State Water Resources Control Board (BOARD) administers storm water pollution prevention regulations.  The Board’s purpose is to improve the water quality in our local oceans and storm drains.  Businesses notified to develop a storm water plan do so under the enforcement of the Board.

Your local Country Sanitation District, on the other hand, regulates industrial wastewater issues.  The District administers rules, which prevent water pollution concentrations to exceed levels that would cause disruption and possible wastewater treatment stresses with the sewer treatment plants.  As you may know, all industrial wastewater drains connect with the sewer water drain.  Therefore, businesses are obligated to monitor industrial wastewater discharges upstream of any sewer line connection to determine potential pollution levels.

Therefore, the District requires business to implement water quality monitoring of their wastewater discharges through District rules and required industrial wastewater permits.


  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
  • Spill Prevention Control/Countermeasure
  • Industrial Waste Water Discharge Permitting
  • Water Quality Self Monitor Report
  • Toxic Organic Management Plans



Hazardous Materials Management

Hazardous Materials Management is generally regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  The Department of Toxics Substance Control (DTSC) administers EPA’s regulation to ensure businesses are properly handling and disposing of hazardous materials, while minimizing hazardous waste generation.

The goal of the DTSC is to regulate businesses to promote waste reduction at the sources.  Many businesses believe waste reduction begins by implementing waste recycling measures.  Although recycling does help in the waste reduction efforts, recycling alone does not promote a source to reduce generations of waste.  So it is this “front end” or source which the DTSC is concerned in implementing ways to reduce the generation of waste.

MD Environmental provides businesses with HazMat consulting services to develop, implement, and achieve DTSC compliance plans and reports which properly discloses a facilities mission in HazMat Management of materials and waste minimization.

  • Biennial HazMat Waste Report
  • HazWaste Source Reduction Compliance
  • Verification and HazWaste Manifest Reports
  • Country Business Plan and Disclosures
  • Form R Toxic Reports
  • NFPA 704 Compliance
  • Laboratory Analysis and Report Comparison
  • Waste Treatment Determinations


    Last Update on Feburary 10 2006