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Environmental Compliance

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Mike Cunneen

Partner Telecom provides a full suite of environmental due diligence services in support of site acquisitions, system upgrades and construction in the Telecom industry. Offering reliable assessments and recommendations, Partner can help to minimize risk and ensure environmental compliance for our clients’ telecom projects.

Our in-house team of qualified professionals is very knowledgeable about the many environmental issues and regulations that are unique to the telecom industry. We work with clients to ensure the handling, hauling, installing, removal and/or disposal of on-site batteries and other hazardous products is performed in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC), Clean Air Act (CAA) and other relevant regulations.

Partner Telecom’s staff has worked with hundreds of telecommunication clients throughout the United States. Our full-time Environmental Specialists have also performed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II Subsurface Investigations, limited Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) and Lead-based Paint (LBP) surveys and abatement work.

Additionally, our team has helped numerous clients facilitate the environmental review process to ensure compliance with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requirements under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Environmental reviews include analysis of historic properties, wetlands, endangered species habitat, floodplains, and other areas of environmental concern and the possible impacts of telecommunications installations on these sensitive areas. We are fully staffed with Environmental Professionals and NEPA specialists such as Archeologist, Architectural Historians, Biologists, and Tribal Coordinators. We have successfully dealt with difficult tribal issues and have maintained over the years good working relationships with local and nationally recognized tribes and State Historical Preservations Officers (SHPOs).