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Midwest Regulatory Compliance

Regulation Compliance

Environmental Regulatory Compliance Consulting

State and Federal EPA GuidelinesEnvironmental assessment and remediation must comply with state and federal regulations.

State and Federal EPA Evaluation of Chemical Spills and other Violations

In most Midwestern states, companies are required to comply with the Clean Water Act (CWA), the Clean Air Act (CAA), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and/or more stringent environmental regulations specific to the state where you are located. Over the past two decades, good management practices have resulted in fewer accidental releases and spills of industrial chemicals. However, even with strict management policies in place, accidental spills and releases occasionally do happen. Regulatory agencies have strict requirements for dealing with these types of situations, including legal enforcement actions, reporting requirements and investigation and cleanup guidelines. This may include the evaluation and modification of any facilities and operations related to the site and/or evaluation of the potential impacts the release of chemicals may have on human health and the environment. PFAS are a group of human-made chemical contaminants that are used commonly in consumer products worldwide. Adverse health effects result from soil and water contamination by PFAS.

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Phase II ESA Report Property Clean Up

Environmental Legal Consultant Services

If a spill or release is serious, it may be necessary to mitigate potential exposure by removing the contamination or starting a remediation process on the contaminated site. The Hyde team has assisted various companies and firms throughout the Midwest. We are experienced and knowledgeable, helping our clients navigate the legal, insurance and technical issues which frequently accompany the regulatory enforcement compliance process.

Wisconsin EPA Prohibited Pesticides

According to the DATCP, pesticides are broken into 3 categories, as defined in Wisconsin State Legislature Chapter ATCP 30, which covers Pesticide Product Restrictions in Wisconsin:

  • Prohibited pesticides
  • Pesticides requiring a special use permit
  • Pesticides allowed only for certain purposes

Prohibited Pesticides in Wisconsin

The following pesticides may not be sold, distributed, purchased, or used by any person or business in the state of Wisconsin:





Thallium sulfate





acid (2,4,5-T)

propionic acid (Silvex)



Ethyl parathion

If your property is contaminated or at risk of being contaminated, contact Hyde for EPA compliance consulting.


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