Full Facility Compliance – Chemical Manufacturing Facility
Leaaf has been collaborating with the Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) Manager of a facility to provide various environmental engineering and compliance services to ensure compliance with environmental regulations.
Multiple Fuel Storage and Chemical Intermodal Loading Facilities
Leaaf is currently working on updating air, wastewater, and stormwater permits for multiple fuel docks and tank farms, which involves providing calculations to ensure compliance with environmental regulations.
Full Facility Compliance for a Brick Manufacturing Facility
Leaaf Environmental, LLC (Leaaf) has successfully supervised the transfer of a brick manufacturing facility to a new owner by managing the submission of a Notice of Change to the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ).
Imperial Cleaners & Laundry Site Investigation
Leaaf completed a Site Investigation or this former dry-cleaning facility. The property began operating as a dry-cleaning facility between 1950 and 1963 and operated until between 2008 and 2013.
Shreveport Arts Targeted Brownfields Assessment
This Brownfields project was completed as part of the corporate agreement between the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality's (LDEQ’s) Targeted Brownfields Assessment (TBA) program and Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA’s) Brownfield and Land Revitalization Program.
The historic four-story Lincoln Hotel was opened in 1955. It was initially created as a place for African Americans to stay when they were almost always turned away from white-owned establishments. Legendary musicians from all across the world have stayed and performed, including Aretha Franklin, James Brown, BB King, Duke Ellington and more! The property has been vacant since the 1980s and will finally be restored.
New Life Center – Targeted Brownfields Assessment
The New Life Center site is part of the downtown Revitalization Plan being developed with the City of Opelousas, the Acadiana Planning Commission (APC), and the Center for Planning Excellence (CPEX) and a target property fro a Local Foods, Local Places grant.
Prudhomme Truck Tank Service
Prudhomme Truck Tank Service reportedly began operating in the 1940s as a trucking service hauling exploration and production (E&P) waste. Under contract by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ), Leaaf
Brothers Discount – Lake Forest
Leaaf was contracted through Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality's (LDEQ's) Underground Storage Tank Division's Abandoned Sites Program to determine the current horizontal and vertical extent of contamination remaining in the soil and groundwater.