SPECCO is in current compliance with the constantly varying local and federal environmental laws and regulations. Our staff is composed of experienced environmental technicians and engineers who collaborate directly with concerned federal and commonwealth agencies for the expeditious processing and approval of permits and related documents. Aiding the client to initiate and “on-line” their projects sooner.

Our Environmental Permitting Services include:

Permits and Documents:

  • Construction Permits
    • Noise / Transit Studies
    • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (Construction)
    • Wetland Delimitation/COE Permits
    • CES Plan & Inspections
    • DS-1, DS-2 & DS-3 Permits
    • Air Emission Permits (PFE)
    • Demolition Non-toxic Certification
    • Earth Crust Extraction Permit
    • Rule 25 (Tree Cut Permit)
    • Habitat Certification
  • Operation
    • UIC- Underground Injection Control (Class V and VI)
    • CAG
    • Water Extraction Permit
    • SWPPP- Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
    • BMP – Best Management Practices
    • NPDES Permits
    • SPCC – Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasure Plan


SPECCOs environmental studies and assessments will consider the impact on the environment, regulation and law, climate change, and environmental technology and management of a specific project, industrialization and/or operation.

The purpose of this documents is to comply with all Local and Federal Government Agencies and its Regulations. All these agencies and its user can use the information provided in the studies to assure and promote the common wealth communion and productive harmony of the environment and the human being.

Our Environmental Studies Services include:

  • Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
  • Environmental Impact Assessments
  • Categorical Exclusions
  • Indoor Air Quality Studies
  • NEPA Studies
  • Flora and Fauna Study
  • Archaeological Studies (Phase I-A & I-B)
  • Mitigation Studies
  • Environmental Historic Site Assessments
  • Hydrogeological & Hydraulic Studies
  • Transit Studies
  • Geological Studies
  • Noise Studies
  • Accumulative Impact Studies