ENVIRONMENTAL PERMITTING
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APEC environmental permitting services include agency and facility coordination and planning,
environmental modeling, and completion and processing of environmental permit application
documents.

Geotechnical Investigation Permitting, Lower Base, Saipan, CNMI: APEC completed
application documents and procured Earthmoving Permit (geotechnical soil borings) from CNMI
Division of Environmental Quality (DEQ), including applications and approvals from Coastal
Resource Management (CRM), Division of Fish & Wildlife (DFW), and Historic Preservation Office
(HPO). Procured utilities clearances from Commonwealth Utilities Corp. Divisions of Power,
Sewer, and Water. Client: Rolls-Royce Power Ventures Overseas Limited / Pacific Marine &
Industrial Corp. (PMIC).

Subsurface Investigation Permitting, Chalan Kanoa, Saipan, CNMI: Completed application
documents and procured Earthmoving Permit (soil borings) from CNMI Division of Environmental
Quality (DEQ), including applications and approvals from Coastal Resource Management (CRM),
Division of Fish & Wildlife (DFW), and Historic Preservation Office (HPO). Procured utilities
clearances from Commonwealth Utilities Corp. Divisions of Power, Sewer, and Water. Client: 20th
Filling Station.

Subsurface Investigation Permitting, Francisco C. Ada/Saipan International Airport,
CNMI:
Completed application documents and procured Earthmoving Permit (soil borings) from
CNMI Division of Environmental Quality (DEQ), including applications and approvals from Coastal
Resource Management (CRM), Division of Fish & Wildlife (DFW), and Historic Preservation Office
(HPO). Procured utilities clearances from Commonwealth Utilities Corp. Divisions of Power,
Sewer, and Water. Client: Mobil Oil Marianas, Inc.

Permitting Associated with Agana Power Plant Remediation of PCB Contamination in
Soil, United States Navy Remedial Action Contract II, CTO-22, Mongmong, Guam:
APEC
obtained local permits and clearances and provided coordination between IT Corporation and
local and federal agencies including Guam Department of Public Works, Guam EPA, Guam
Historic Preservation Office, Guam Power Authority, Guam Telephone Authority, Guam Water
Works, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Marianas Cablevision. Client: IT Corporation.

Groundwater Monitoring, Extraction, Treatment, and Discharge Permitting at
the Former Exxon Service Station, Chalan Pago, Guam:
APEC completed project permitting
associated with the investigation, characterization, monitoring, and remediation of subsurface soil
and groundwater contamination resulting from a leaking underground fuel storage tank. APEC
continues to perform ongoing permitting for eleven groundwater monitoring wells, four
groundwater extraction wells, and discharge of treated groundwater into the public sewer system.
Client: Exxon Mobil International Holdings, Inc.

Deep Underground Injection Well Permitting, Saipan, CNMI: APEC performed technical
support services for regulatory permitting activities associated with NPDES-driven reverse
osmosis (RO) system brine discharge injection wells. The wells were installed to depths of 160 to
480 feet below sea level at several locations on Saipan, including: Hafa Adai Beach Hotel,
Dai-Ichi Hotel, and Hyatt Regency (Garapan); Nikko Hotel (San Roque); Aqua Resort Club
(Achugao); and Saipan Water & Ice Co. (Sadog Tasi). Client: EFC Engineers and Architects
Corporation.

Stormwater Runoff Underground Injection Control Program Permitting for Five Mobil Oil
Service Stations, Guam:
APEC completed regulatory permitting associated with on-site storm
water runoff underground injection wells for five Mobil Oil Service Stations on Guam. Permitting
activities included conceptual hydrogeological characterization, conceptual mapping of
subsurface structures in the surrounding site vicinity, generation of a storm water sampling and
analysis plan, client and regulatory agency interaction, and permit application development and
submittal. Client: Sinclair Knight Merz.

Stormwater Runoff Underground Injection Control Program Permitting for Legend
Pacific Apartment Complex, Ordot, Guam:
APEC completed regulatory permitting associated
with an onsite storm water runoff underground injection well at an apartment complex. Permitting
activities included conceptual hydrogeological characterization, conceptual mapping of
subsurface structures in the surrounding site vicinity, generation of a storm water sampling and
analysis plan, client and regulatory agency interaction, and permit application development and
submittal. Client: Legend Pacific Corporation LTD