Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) Compliance and Closures

Our services include:

  • Emergency response management,
  • Underground storage tank (UST) removals,
  • Suspicion of release and release determination reporting, and
  • Leaking petroleum storage tank (LPST) assessment and closures.
Wright is licensed to conduct PST work in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana including projects conducted through the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) and Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) PST Reimbursement Fund Programs. Additionally, Wright has assisted our clients in closing LPST sites in multiple states utilizing our network of locally licensed partners.
Petroleum Storage Tank (PST) Compliance
Remedial Investigations & Feasibility Studies

Remedial Investigations & Feasibility Studies for Risk-Based/Regulatory Closure

Wright offers a variety of options to address our client’s environmental site closure needs. Our professionals specialize in meeting the requirements for closure under multiple state and federal regulatory and risk-based closure programs to provide our clients with the flexibility they need in determining the best closure option(s) for their site.
We have the ability to implement full scale or limited remediation to achieve closure requirements and are often able to designate and achieve site specific cleanup goals for risk-based closures requiring limited or no remediation, saving our clients time and money.

Wright has experience obtaining environmental closures for our clients through the following programs and approaches:

  • Leaking Underground Petroleum Storage Tank (LUST/LPST) Programs,
  • Voluntary Cleanup Programs (VCP),
  • Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Program
  • Dry Cleaners Remediation Programs (DCRP),
  • Texas Risk Reduction Program (TRRP),
  • Municipal Settings Designations (MSDs), and
  • Environmental Protection Agency’s Brownfields redevelopment program.
Wright is committed to evaluating each site uniquely to provide our clients with the best pathway to regulatory site closure. Our professionals close multiple sites throughout Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana each year. Additionally, we have assisted our clients in closing contaminated sites in multiple other states utilizing our network of locally licensed partners.

Environmental Permitting & Compliance Assistance

Wright can effectively and efficiently tackle your National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting needs and provide compliance assistance for municipal and industrial wastewater, stormwater, and discharges to surface water in multiple states, including Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, as well as other states. Wright also offers Stormwater Pollution Control & Countermeasures (SPCC) Planning, Facility Response Planning (FRPs), and Compliance Assistance; Stormwater Pollution Prevention Planning (SWP3s) and Compliance Assistance; Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) Compliance Assistance; Integrated Contingency Planning (ICPs) and Compliance Assistance.
Environmental Permitting & Compliance
Wright Environmental’s Due Diligence

Due Diligence

Wright Environmental’s Due Diligence experience ranges from small to large tracts of land that are largely undeveloped to commercial and industrial facilities with significant environmental concerns. By conducting extensive research, through historical sources and onsite investigations, Wright is able to determine any environmental concerns that may have existed at some point on the property or in the surrounding area.
In addition, Wright has the experience and background to advise our clients regarding the options for resolving any environmental issues that may be identified during a Phase I or II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA). To this end, it is Wright’s goal to assist with finding solutions to real or perceived environmental concerns in a manner that will allow site development and completion of a property transaction if it is in the best interest of our clients. Due diligence work beyond the scope of a Phase I ESA may include additional historical research, regulatory file reviews, or onsite subsurface investigations (Phase II Site Assessment) that involves the installation of soil borings and/or temporary/permanent monitoring wells to characterize any potential soil or groundwater impacts. Wright may also assist the client in identifying opportunities to utilize available regulatory programs like the Innocent Owner/Operator Program (IOP), Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP) or Municipal Settings Designation (MSD) Program to resolve environmental issues and allow for successful completion of the property transaction.

"Wright Environmental was responsive and professional."

"We have found Wright Environmental to be efficient and effective at getting our LPST sites closed. They have been responsive and professional throughout our projects and have the ability to use different options for different sites. "

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