A tanker truck transporting 9,200 gallons of gasoline crashed into an abandoned building and burst into flames on Long Island on Wednesday, February 16.
March 2022 brings three important environmental reporting deadlines concerning hazardous waste management, chemical inventories, and greenhouse gas emissions.
In some circumstances, an injury sustained while an employee is traveling to or from work may be a recordable event for the purpose of OSHA recordkeeping compliance.
In this week's Roundup, a company that makes construction materials agrees to pay $105,000 for alleged TRI reporting missteps. Plus, a chemical plant is required to make hazardous waste determinations on its cleaning agents.
These three incidents show how small mistakes can lead to shipping delays, packaging waste, lost product, injuries, and potential penalties for HMR violations.
Covered employers must submit data on work-related injuries and illnesses to OSHA by March 2 for calendar year 2021.
Catch up on some regulatory activity you might have missed while you were celebrating the end of 2021.
In this week's Roundup, a CERCLA-regulated cleanup at a former aluminum recycling facility is slated to cost $2.1 million. Plus, a soybean food maker agrees to replace its wastewater system after alleged Clean Water Act violations.
Natural Gas Processing facilities were added to the list of industry sectors subject to the EPCRA Toxic Chemical Release Reporting Rule (40 CFR Part 372). The first reports from this sector will cover the 2022 reporting year be due July 1, 2023.
On November 8, a revision to EPA's 2018 rule "Reporting Requirements for TSCA Mercury Inventory: Mercury" was published to the Federal Register and will go into effect on December 8.
Your hazmat paperwork is the first thing a DOT inspector will ask for during an inspection. From hazmat training records to special permits, make sure your hazmat documents are in order.