Compliance Archives - May 2014
5/28/2014On May 19, 2014, EPA signed a final rule establishing requirements for cooling water intake structures (CWIS) at certain existing facilities. The new rule also amends some requirements for facilities already subject to regulation for their cooling water intake structures. EPA has made available a pre-publication version of the rule until the rule is published in the Federal Register...
5/27/2014On February 7, 2014, the US EPA established a new set of rules (79 FR 7518) for the e-manifest system. This system is meant to provide an alternative method of tracking hazardous waste shipments from generators to treatment, storage, and disposal facilities (TSDFs). While the EPA has a long-term goal of tracking hazardous waste electronically, the e-manifest system will coexist with...
5/13/2014At facilities where pesticides are used, personnel who use them must follow specific EPA regulations. Improper use of pesticides can lead to costly EPA fines, remediation, and cleanup. Facilities that employ contractors to do landscaping or exterminating on the property should ensure that all contractors have the applicable...
5/6/2014OSHA’s fire extinguisher standard sets specific standards for the use, maintenance, and testing of these devices, as well as requirements for training employees who may be called on to use a fire extinguisher in an emergency. When deciding what role fire extinguishers will play in their facility’s safety plan, employers have four options...
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Hazardous Waste Professional
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