Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science, Industrial Hygiene, Biology, Microbiology, Chemistry or related.
2+ years' professional experience
Ensuring compliance with the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) by leading the program.
Collaborating with management, production employees and others, to ensure compliance with related regulations, policies, procedures and processes.
Collecting, monitoring and recording all waste treatment flow data.
Performing daily process performance tests and log results.
Analyzing data and adjusting processes to optimize plant performance and maintain the system within regulatory and corporate parameters.
Monitoring and maintaining tank system, lift stations and associated processes.
Reporting excessive flow and loading data in a timely fashion.
Monitoring and sample potable water usage, flows and treatment levels in a manner that meets regulatory permit requirements and corporate policies.
Working with maintenance department to maintain a comprehensive preventative maintenance program and maintain records of major repairs on equipment.
Sampling in accordance with the state permit for the plant, including sending samples to certified lab for analysis.
Performing state monthly discharge monitoring reports and ensuring all appropriate regulatory data is appropriate before submission to state agency.
Supervising land spreading activities by subcontracted hauler including performing quarterly audits and field inspections.
Submitting required forms (i.e. land spreading and other methods of disposal) to state agency as appropriate.
Preparing and submitting regulatory reports as needed. (i.e. Sara Tier II, Form R, and air permits)
Performing inspections and sampling tasks associated with the facility Storm-Water Pollution Prevention Plan, the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure program, and Fuel Tank Inspection.
Coordinating the Recycling program, including monthly checklist for hazardous materials storage areas and shipping universal and hazardous waste as needed.
Responding to Treatment Plant upset and mechanical or operational malfunctions as needed.
Responding appropriately to process equipment failures and divert flows to avoid permit violations.
Monitoring waste treatment cost and taking appropriate action to minimize operating costs.
Monitoring and maintain daily chemical inventories to insure uninterrupted plant operations.
Assisting with the development and training of relief operator(s) and make corrective action and operational recommendations if system failures occur.
Regular and punctual attendance and physical presence in the workplace.
Timely and accurate completion of duties.
Occasional travel for work, up to 33% of the time.