Dealing with the ever-evolving register of federal and state environmental regulatory and compliance requirements is an everyday reality for both private and public facilities. That’s why so many oil and gas companies, manufacturers, hospitals, and universities – to name just a few – rely on Altamira (formerly Enviro Clean Cardinal) to provide solutions for all their compliance and permitting needs.
We Offer a Full Range of Services
Altamira is dedicated to helping businesses and government agencies fulfill their obligations and requirements for meeting a full spectrum of environmental, health, and safety regulations.
We offer an extensive range of compliance, permitting, and consulting services including:
• Emergency response spill reporting
• Environmental site assessments (Phase I and II)
• SPCC plans and compliance audits
• NORM surveys
• Storm water pollution prevention plans (SWPPP)
• SARA Title III reporting
• Toxic Release Inventory
• Air and noise monitoring
• Mold and asbestos assessments
• Industrial hygiene surveys
• Risk Management Plans and Department of Homeland Security Top Screen
Laura Worthen Lodes, P.E.
VP, Environmental Practice
Phone: 405.842.1066 ext. 425
Mrs. Worthen Lodes has over 16 years of specialized air quality permitting experience preparing Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) air permit applications, Title V permit applications, air permit applications and air dispersion modeling analyses for various industries, including oil and gas facilities, foundries, refineries, tire manufacturers, and power plants primarily in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, and Colorado. She has a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering both from the University of Oklahoma.
Mr. Behymer has over 22 years of professional sales and marketing experience. His responsibilities include developing sales opportunities and implementing the marketing and branding effort for the company.
Air Quality Specialist
Mr. Eaton has specialized experience in tracking, maintaining, calculating, and reporting greenhouse gas emissions. He also has practical knowledge in preparing Title V permit applications, permit exemptions, and minor source permits for various industries, including manufacturing plants, oil and gas exploration and production plants, and pipeline transportation facilities.
Ms. Bennett has completed over 200 Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA). These projects involved the identification of recognized environmental concerns associated with right-of-way acquisition, alignment alternatives, proposed design parameters, worker health/safety issues and construction methodologies.