Stell executes complex hazardous waste projects in compliance with federal, state, and local regulations. Project scopes have presented project managers with limited project duration and funding for use in addressing complex site histories and challenging technical issues and field conditions. They are met and overcome through innovative approaches and new technologies, which are deployed using green and sustainable principles when possible.  Our team’s documented success is the result of carefully leveraging qualified staff with broad backgrounds in hazardous waste investigation, data management and analysis, and remedial design. Technical staff continually expand technical knowledge and expertise through workshops and continuing education.

Successful Projects:

Hazardous Waste and Solid Waste Support, Fort Benning, GA (U.S. Army)

Stell hazardous waste technicians provided regulatory support for environmental programs to ensure state and federal environmental regulatory compliance.  The technicians inspected all hazardous waste accumulation sites and underground storage tanks, maintained hazardous waste records, provided hazardous waste training, and offered customer service support to all tenants.  Our staff established household waste amnesty days for Fort Benning residents and employees.  In addition to large volumes of hazardous waste being appropriately disposed of, this effective, semiannual program dramatically reduced the frequency that the staff had to respond to abandoned waste issues.  Less hazardous waste is being abandoned in the nearby forests and waterways.



Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures Plan Update, Watervliet Arsenal (U.S. Army)

Stell conducted on-site inspections of aboveground storage tanks to maintain compliance with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Oil Pollution Prevention Regulations and state environmental conservation regulations. Our engineers evaluated secondary containment, leak detection monitoring, and impact of a potential spill on nearby water supplies. We inspected the tanks for structural integrity concerns, including corrosion, cracking, settlement, and stability of tanks.