Required under EPCRA, Tier I or Tier II chemical inventory reporting is due on March 1 from facilities that had more than the threshold quantity of any covered hazardous chemical on site at any time during 2022.
The Final Rule restores the definition of Waters of the United States (WOTUS) that was in place before a 2015 Final Rule, with updates to reflect relevant Supreme Court decisions.
US EPA has ordered a refinery in St. Croix to remove at least 77,000 pounds of ammonia, liquefied petroleum gas, amines, and hydrogen sulfide from facility equipment to prevent an emergency release.
How EH&S leaders can create training experiences that drive higher rates of compliance, improve employee engagement, and lower the risk of accidents.
A Final Rule published on November 28 updates the list of NAICS codes that facilities must use when submitting Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) reporting required under EPCRA.
This month, US EPA proposed significant revisions to TSCA rules related to user fees for certain activities and reporting of PFAS manufacturing and import data.
In this week's Roundup: An asphalt seller, a home renovation TV show, and a delivery company face civil penalties for alleged violations of US EPA water, chemical, and hazardous waste regulations.
The United States’ signature water pollution law turned 50 years old last week. The Clean Water Act (CWA) became law on October 18, 1972.
US EPA is proposing to repeal amendments to the Clean Air Act that exempt “fugitive emissions” from counting toward key permitting thresholds for existing major sources under New Source Review.
In this week's EPA Enforcement Roundup, a used oil transporter, a refinery, and a county police department will all pay civil penalties to resolve alleged RCRA hazardous waste management violations.
This report answers two common questions concerning the hazardous waste manifest: "Is training required for person who sign the manifest?" and "If so, what training is required?"