Chief Compliance Officer, Gebhart Holdings
Mike Hough has worked over 39 years in the field of Health, Safety, Environmental, and Security. Hough is a graduate of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy in Plainfield, Ind., where he served on the Terre Haute, Ind. Police Department as a Police Officer and Detective. He received his bachelor's degree in Safety Management from Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Ind. He has been employed in the automotive industry for 25 years and served as Director of Environmental, Health, and Safety for two Tier One suppliers. Hough currently works as Chief Compliance Officer for Gebhart Holdings (Metal Source LLC) in Wabash, Ind., which covers multiple recycling facilities in central and northern Indiana.
All Sessions by Mike Hough
Day 4 – April 18 April 18, 2023
10:45 am - 11:45 am
Compliance Overview of Federal 2021 Multi-Sector General Permit for Industrial Stormwater DischargesMeeting Room 201 AB: Level 2
Track: Environmental Compliance and Sustainability 🛈Topics under environmental compliance may include CERCLA (Superfund) and SREA (Superfund Recycling Equity Act); RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act); solid and hazardous wastes; chemical reporting; emissions; stormwater; spills; and existing and emerging substances of concerns such as PCBs, PFAs, energy efficiencies; refrigerants; and vehicle airbags batteries. Topics under sustainability can include environmental justice; philanthropic endeavors; ESG, and environmental stewardship.As state and federal stormwater permitting programs become more robust, it is critical for the recycled materials industry to understand its obligations and prepare strategies to maintain ongoing compliance. This session will provide an overview of EPA’s 2021 Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) for industrial stormwater discharges and its applicability to the recycled materials industry. Attendees will gain strategies to maintain compliance through the implementation of stormwater control measures and best management practices (BMPs). Topics will include effluent limitations, impaired waters, inspections and assessments, sampling and monitoring, and corrective actions.