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11/30/2018

Final Rule Alert: EPA Exempts Recalled Airbags from RCRA Hazardous Waste Rules

US EPA published its Interim final rule Safe Management of Recalled Airbagsto the Federal Register on Friday, November 30.

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05/05/2016

Takata Airbag Recall Expands (Again)

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has traced the ongoing safety defect in Takata brand airbags back to moisture and temperature variations that may, over time, degrade the propellant used in these safety devices. Now that NHTSA has traced the defect back to a root cause, Federal regulators will require Takata to recall between 35 and 40 million more airbag inflators.

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05/20/2015

Hazmat Airbag Recall Now Affects 34 Million Vehicles

In a defect report filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), major air bag supplier Takata has acknowledged defects in its air bag inflators, leading NHTSA to expand an ongoing recall effort which will now affect nearly 34 million vehicles...

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