Changes proposed by California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) to adopt updates related to electronic hazardous waste manifests have been approved.
A US cosmetics retail chain recently settled with Solano County and 33 other California State and local prosecutors over alleged violations of Federal RCRA and State Title 22 hazardous waste management regulations and training requirements.
California DTSC has designated carpets and rugs containing PFAS as “Priority Products” under its Safer Consumer Products (SCP) program.
California DTSC will amend the state’s hazardous waste regulations to clarify when metal shredding facilities must comply with the Hazardous Waste Control Law (HWCL).
In a recently issued enforcement order, California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) could require a scrap metal recycling facility in Fresno to clean up hazardous waste the site’s operations allegedly released into the environment.
A home, bath, and kitchen supplies retailer is expected to pay $1,498,750 to resolve alleged violations of California’s Title 22 hazardous waste regulations at more than two hundred of its California locations. According to the settlement, the company improperly disposed of hazardous and electronic waste (e-waste) at local landfills that were not permitted to receive it.
Cal DTSC added photovoltaic modules, better known as solar panels, to the State universal waste program to facilitate proper management, recycling, and disposal. The Final Rule takes effect on Jan. 1, 2021.
Knock out your annually-required hazardous waste training with a live Lion instructor when we present the California Hazardous Waste Management Refresher Webinar on November 3 and December 8.
On September 30, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the nation’s first ban on two dozen toxic ingredients for cosmetics and personal care products being sold in the Golden State.
A San Carlos-based paint manufacturer reached a settlement with more than twenty California county prosecutors to settle alleged hazardous waste disposal violations.
Get to know the top 5 changes to OSHA’s revised GHS Hazard Communication Standard at 29 CFR 1910.1200 and how the updates impacts employee safety at your facility.