Milton CAT
Environmental Services

Project Highlights

  • Comprehensive Environmental Compliance Services
  • Environmental Inspections and Audits
  • Environmental Planning and Permitting
  • HBMA Surveys

Providing Environmental Compliance Services for the Famed Milton CAT

Tighe & Bond has a long history of providing Milton CAT with a variety of environmental, health and safety compliance services at 12 facilities in six states (Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont). Milton CAT is the dealer for Caterpillar Machinery and Power Systems in the northeastern United States, and also offers additional machinery ranging from agricultural and utility tractors, to crushing and screening products, to aerial lifts.

Our regulatory support has resulted in improved compliance as well as cost savings to Milton CAT. Tighe & Bond utilizes decades of expertise with training for the Milton CAT management team through the Supervisor Training in Accountability and Recognition Techniques (S.T.A.R.T) program. These eight-hour sessions are designed to help shape safety culture by defining tasks, measuring performance, and recognizing safe work practices.

Services Snapshot

Some of our specific services for Milton CAT include environmental inspections and audits, Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans, tank management plans, and emergency response plans. We also have provided air permitting, industrial hygiene surveys, hazardous waste management and permitting, wastewater permitting, spill remediation oversight and reporting, pollution prevention reporting, and Tier II reporting. In addition, we have conducted wetlands delineations in New Hampshire.

Our environmental reviews also have included vehicle wash water systems at locations throughout New England and New York. We also have performed environmental site assessments and investigations, compliance with state soil and groundwater remediation regulations, as well as Hazardous Building Material Assessment (HBMA) surveys and removal oversight.