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05/05/2021

Update: Oregon Final COVID-19 Standard Adopted

On May 4, Oregon OSHA adopted a final COVID-19 worker protection standard. This final rule replaces the similar temporary rule, which was set to expire on May 4.

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05/03/2021

RCRA Update: Latest on Generator Improvements Adoption

Update: Tennessee is the latest state to adopt EPA's RCRA Generator Improvements Rule, effective May 13, 2021. 

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04/01/2021

Update: Fall 2020 Unified Agenda Hits the Federal Register

Update 04/01/21: Federal agencies published their Fall 2020 regulatory agendas to the Federal Register this week. 

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03/10/2021

How New Hazmat Regulations Get Made

We track DOT's procedure for creating new hazardous materials regulations, including how industry stakeholders and private citizens can contribute to the process before a rule is finalized. 

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03/08/2021

How States Size Up Hazardous Waste Generators

State RCRA hazardous waste programs must be at least as stringent as the Federal RCRA regulations, but they are not required to be identical. One area where variations is quite common is the generator size categories. 

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02/24/2021

IATA Posts Addendum II to the 2021 DGR

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released the second addendum to the 2021 IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations or DGR this week.  

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01/15/2021

Two Texas Businesses Pay $74K for IHW Violations

This month, TCEQ approved enforcement actions against two businesses for alleged violation's of state requirements for management and disposal of industrial and hazardous waste (IHW).

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01/11/2021

Are Aerosols Universal Waste in My State?

EPA’s Final Rule to add aerosol cans to the RCRA universal waste program took effect nearly one year ago. But not everyone can manage aerosols as universal waste just yet. Did your state adopt the aerosol universal waste rule yet?  

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12/29/2020

Two New DOT Hazmat Regulations Finalized

US DOT’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) finished off 2020 with two new hazmat rulemakings.  

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12/28/2020

No Change to NAAQS for Ozone, Particulate Matter

US EPA will retain, without change, the current National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for both ozone and particulate matter (PM).  

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4 Common Universal Waste Mistakes