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Southeast District - Compliance Assurance Program

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Our Compliance Assurance Program is composed of dedicated professionals and subject matter experts in several disciplines. Our program responsibilities include:

  • Provide timely inspections that meet state and federal requirements
  • Oversee compliance with all media (air, waste, water and state lands)
  • Provide the regulated community with compliance assistance
  • Coordination of enforcement activities
  • Promote high compliance rates through outreach activities
  • Respond to complaints and citizen inquiries both timely and effectively
  • Provide the regulated and general communities with the highest customer service and problem-solving efforts rooted in respect for each party’s concerns
  • Provide conditions to promote a level playing field among the regulated community regarding accountability to compliance with environmental requirements
  • Support economic activity with assistance and streamlining regulatory requirements for new and expanding businesses and property development while fully ensuring environmental goals and requirements are met


Southeast District Compliance Assurance Program Areas

Contact Information           

Air Resources

Regulates stationary sources of air pollution; fugitive emissions; odors; open burning; asbestos; excessive dust.

Rusty Richards

561-681-6624

Beaches and Coastal Systems

Regulates beach construction; management of coastal sediments to reduce erosion stress; restoration and maintenance of critically eroding beaches.

Jason Spanier

772-919-5786

Clean Marina Program

Brings awareness to marine facilities and boaters regarding environmentally friendly practices.

Richard Ohnmacht

561-681-6652

Emergency Response

Responds to incidents ranging from petroleum spills to chemical plant explosions to coastal oil spills. Provides on-site technical assistance and coordinates with local public safety officials and emergency response contractors to ensure threats are quickly and effectively addressed.

Kenton Brown

561-681-6767

*Report a spill or other environmental emergency to the State Watch Office at 1-800-320-0519.

Environmental Resources Program

Regulates activities in wetlands, surface waters or state lands; dredge & fill; stormwater ponds; docks/piers; boat ramps; shoreline stabilization.

Steven Fazekas

561-681-6627

Hazardous Waste

Regulates the management (storage, treatment, transport) of hazardous waste (ignitable, reactive, corrosive, toxic).

Norva Blandin

561-681-6728

NPDES Stormwater

Regulates compliance associated with stormwater discharges from industrial activities.

William Gordon

561-681-6612

Petroleum Storage Tanks

Regulates underground or above-ground petroleum storage tanks and piping.

Judy Dolan

561-681-6733

Potable Water

Regulates drinking water facilities and distribution systems to ensure compliance with state and federal drinking water standards.

Jocelyn Labbe

561-681-6611

Solid Waste

Regulates solid waste disposal and processing sites (landfills; waste transfer stations, dumping; waste tires; storm debris).

Barn Fishkin

561-681-6727

Underground Injection Control

Manages regulatory compliance associated with wells used for disposal of treated fluids.

Len Fishkin

561-681-6711

Wastewater

Regulates systems and facilities associated with domestic (sanitary sewage from residents, businesses, etc.) and industrial (derived from an industrial activity) wastewater.

Lisa Self

561-681-6699

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