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Based in Massachusetts, Web Engineering is obviously very familiar with regulatory compliance issues in Massachusetts as described below. However, Web also is very familiar with regulations in states throughout the Northeast. Web has cleaned up sites throughout New England and has participated in remediation efforts in the Middle Atlantic States as well.
     LSP Services/Commonwealth of Massachusetts
As part of any reported remediation program in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a series of regulatory/compliance procedures must be met. Web Engineering, with three Licensed site Professionals (LSPs) on staff, is well equipped to meet regulatory requirements as formulated under the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). The MCP governs the clean-up programs in the Commonwealth both procedurally and substantively. Whether the contamination is hazardous waste or virgin petroleum, our engineers are extremely knowledgeable in the requirements (and options) associated with the MCP. Depending upon the type of release, Web's LSPs have a variety of remediation techniques to choose, keeping in mind cost to the client as a major factor in the selected strategy.

Web personnel are fully equipped to obtain permits for our clients from Local, State and Federal agencies. After analyzing the unique characteristics of a site, the personnel at Web tailor the design to meet permitting/licensing criteria and local concerns. Web Engineering has experience dealing with all levels of government including: Conservation Commissions, Selectmen, Mayors, Planning Boards, City Councils, Sewer Commissions, Fire Departments, State Environmental Agencies, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Coast Guard, and Housing and Urban Development. 

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