About Us

"Formed in 1989 specifically to serve medium to large sized manufacturing facilities with compliance, engineering services."

JE Compliance Services, Inc., known to most of its clients as Jorgensen Environmental or JECSI, was formed in 1989 specifically to serve medium to large sized manufacturing facilities with compliance, engineering, and facility expansion/development services. Since then we have grown considerably. Our scope of services now includes large enterprises with facilities spread across the United States, Canada and the world. With principal offices in the United States and Canada and partners in Europe, Africa, Australia and Asia we are able to provide clients with local support. Jorgensen Environmental currently represents more than 400 companies with more than 750 facilities throughout the United States, Canada and the world.

We provide services to many different types of industries and other entities including developers, engineering contractors, legal counsel and government entities. Our service scope includes:

  • Compliance
  • Environmental
  • Health & Safety
  • Product Stewardship
  • Training

Latest News

USEPA Proposes Addition of Chemical to Toxic Release Inventory

On 15 April 2015 USEPA announced a proposal to add 1-bromopropane to the Toxic Release Inventory chemical list. 1-bromopropane has been classified as a reasonably anticipated human carcinogen. USEPA will be accepting comments on this proposal until 15 June 2015.

USEPA Amending PSD Program Regulations for Greenhouse Gases

USEPA is amending the federal Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) program regulations to allow for rescission of certain PSD permits issued by USEPA and delegated reviewing authorities under Step 2 of the PSD and Title V Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Tailoring Rule. PSD applies to new major sources or major modifications at existing sources for pollutants […]

OEHHA Adds Bisphenol A to California Proposition 65 List

The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) has announced the addition of bisphenol A (BPA) to the list of chemicals known to the state to cause reproductive toxicity. The Developmental and Reproductive Toxicant Identification Committee determined that BPA was clearly shown through scientific testing according to generally accepted principles to cause reproductive toxicity. The […]

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