3 What is ECAP? Environmental Compliance Assessment Program (ECAP) Third Party AuditTeamSmithfield Foods, Inc.Hunton & Williams, LLPERM or Gannett FlemmingProgram is confidential “Attorney Client Privileged” & not for external use outside the company.
4 Our MissionTo be a trusted, respected, and ethical food industry leader that excels at bringing delicious and nutritious meat and specialty food products to millions every day while setting industry standards for corporate social responsibility.
5 Our Core Values To produce safe, high quality, nutritious food. We will constantly strive:To produce safe, high quality, nutritious food.To be an employer of choice.To advance animal welfare.To protect the environment.To have a positive impact on our communities.
6 ECAP Focus Areas Wastewater Storm Water Drinking Water Water Rights AirRCRA Non-hazardous, Hazardous and Universal WasteCommunity Right-to-KnowMaterial ManagementFIFRA PesticidesPolychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) MaterialsAsbestos - DisposalSuperfundWetlandsLead-based PaintGroundwater Monitoring and Underground Injection WellsRisk Management PlanningMedical WasteSpill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) PlanningOSHA’s Hazardous Waste Operations RequirementsRegulated Refrigerant (CFC/HCFC) ManagementEnvironmental Management System PracticesFacility, Food & Bio SecurityGreenhouse Gases
7 Why ECAP? Assess Compliance Status Find and correct non-compliance Implement best practicesBenchmark PerformanceTraining MechanismGoal100% Compliance, 100% of the Time!
8 When – ECAP Cycle Year 1 – ECAP Year 2 & 3 – OFF Year 4 – ECAP ~Schedule may be adjusted by Smithfield Foods, Inc. for extenuating circumstances.
9 ECAP Process Pre-Assessment Questionnaire Site Visit Final draft of Finding & RecommendationsAll ducuments shall be maintained only on the Hunton & Williams workroomDocumentation is not permitted to be transmitted by , fax, & other electronic media.Report & Score (for internal use only)Follow-up (provided as needed)
10 Scores from Each Section Average Facility Score: ECAP Scoring AreasEach facility is scored based directly on the number and priority of findingsScores from Each Section% of ScoreI.Wastewater2.0/4.050%II.Storm Water1.0/4.025%III.Drinking Water & Water Rights4.0/4.0100%IV.Air and Regulated Ref. Management3.0/4.075%V.RCRA, Superfund, & PCBVI.Community Right-to-KnowVII.Material Storage & SPCCVIII.AsbestosIX.Risk Management PlanX.Miscellaneousa. Wetlands and waterwaysb. Lead-based paintc. Groundwater monitoringd. Medical wastee. OSHA's Haz. Wst. Op. Requirementsf. FIFRAAverage Facility Score:2.5/4.063%
11 ECAP Scoring Criteria 4 Absence of any priority A, B or C findings. 3 Absence of any priority A and not more than one priority B findings.2At least one priority A finding and/or more than one priority B findings.1More than one priority A finding, or at least one significant priority A finding (e.g., missing permit or plan; reportable violation(s)).
24 HOW TO “BE PREPARED”!READ YOUR PERMITS & PLANS (e.g., NPDES, Pretreatment, AIR Permits, SPCC Plan or SW3P) and understand WHAT, WHEN, WHO, & HOW is required!MAINTAIN UPDATED & IMPLEMENTED PLANSTRAIN, RE-TRAIN & DOCUMENTMaintain, Document, Communicate & VERIFY!!!Keep detailed and organized filesCommunicate – no surprises, ask for help, follow-up