It is the MACEC’s policy to prevent the adverse impact of our construction activities on the local environment. As such, we strictly enforce and comply with all applicable provisions of our clients’ and local environmental and pollution control standards. Compliance to environmental and pollution controls is flowed down to our subcontractors to further ensure the prevention of adverse environmental impacts.
MACEC and its subcontractors will comply with all applicable provisions of clients and local environment/pollution control standards as they pertain to our construction projects.
The intentional dumping and spilling of toxic chemicals, petroleum products or other hazardous substances is prohibited on the job site. In the event of a spill, our subcontractors are required to cleanup and properly dispose of hazardous substances on the job site at their own expense.
Our job site supervisors are responsible for field employee activities and compliance to all construction site environmental and pollution control requirements. Any hazardous products used by or generated by the MACEC are disposed of in accordance with all applicable Federal, State and local laws. Additionally, accidental spills or toxic and hazardous substances meeting the U.S. Army’s EM-385 reporting requirements are promptly turned in to our Personnel and Safety Managers who ensure that all initial reporting and reporting of cleanup and disposal procedures are met.