Serving Governments and Businesses in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina
Our Georgia corporate and municipal environmental compliance attorneys have in-depth knowledge of state and federal environmental laws, and we use our experience to resolve complex environmental issues in a timely, cost-efficient manner. We realize that the Southeast region is rapidly expanding, which places added demands on our area's limited natural resources. We help municipalities, government agencies and corporations address these issues and help them remain in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws.
Contact our environmental compliance law firm online today, or call 404-692-7504 to schedule a free initial consultation.
South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia Municipal Due Diligence Attorneys
At Stack & Associates, P.C., we realize that one major aspect of any development project is complying with local, state and federal laws. Compliance is not always easy, which is why our firm focuses on developing, implementing and managing affordable solutions to all environmental issues, such as:
- Soil and groundwater contamination
- Purchase and sale of contaminated properties (Industrial Site Recovery Act and Brownfields)
- Due diligence for property purchases
- Advice on voluntary environmental compliance programs
- River, stream, lake and coastal matters
- Environmental audits
In addition, our experienced lawyers work with municipalities to ensure they are in compliance with their MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems) programs. MS4 programs require governments and municipal agencies to obtain a NPDES permit and develop a stormwater management system. This prevents harmful pollutants from being transported into the sewer systems, which would further damage clean water supplies.
Contact Our Atlanta or Savannah Law Offices Today: Free Initial Consultations
We offer decades of experience in environmental litigation and compliance, and we are committed to doing the right thing. Our mission is to guide our clients through the complexities of state and federal environmental regulations while taking great care to preserve and protect the environment, which we all share.
If you have questions or concerns about coastal protection in Georgia, Alabama or South Carolina, please contact our office today, or call 404-692-7504 to schedule your free initial consultation.