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Best of 2022: Most-Read Lion News Articles

Posted on 11/22/2022 by Lion Technology Inc.

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We wish you a joyful Thanksgiving full of family, food, and fun! Before the holiday weekend begins, here are five of our most read, most shared articles from 2022. 

Most Read Articles of 2022

1. Is This Alfredo Sauce Spill A Reportable Release?

Alfredo Sauce: A Reportable Release?

Most read in September 2022: A messy release of Alfredo sauce on a highway near Memphis, TN gave us a chance to consider release reporting rules under three major regulatory programs—the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR), Superfund, and the Clean Water Act.  


2. Proposed Rule for Worst-Case Hazardous Substance Release Plans

EPA May Require New Plan for Worst-Case Hazardous Substance Releases

Most read in May 2022: Stakeholders submitted nearly 30,000 comments on a proposed rule to require some facilities to plan for a “worst case” hazardous substance release.


3. 10 Most Cited OSHA Violations of 2022

10 Most Cited OSHA Violations of 2022

Most read in October 2022: See the 10 most cited OSHA violations for FY 2022. Then dig deeper with a report that goes beyond the list to highlight specific requirements that employers frequently overlook.


4. Surprise Hazmat Inspection Blitz Finds 1,700 Violations

Surprise Hazmat Inspection Blitz Finds 1,700 Violations

Most read in November 2022: Over 6,600 packages containing hazardous materials were inspected during roadside checks in the US and Canada during an unannounced five-day inspection blitz earlier this year.


5. Can a RCRA Satellite Area Be Inside a Central Accumulation Area?

Can a RCRA Satellite Area Be Inside a Central Accumulation Area?

Most read in July 2022: The RCRA hazardous waste regulations make an important distinction between two types of areas within a facility that generates hazardous waste—satellite accumulation areas (SAA) and central accumulation areas (CAA).


Last 2022 Workshops: Philadelphia and Hartford

The final Lion workshops of 2022 come to Philadelphia and Hartford next month. Join an expert instructor for reliable, up to date training that prepares you to navigate and apply complex RCRA hazardous waste, US DOT (49 CFR), and IATA DGR regulations in 2023.

RCRA Hazardous Waste Management
Philadelphia December 5—6
Hartford December 12—13

Hazmat Ground Shipper Certification (DOT)
Philadelphia December 7—8
Hartford December 14—15

Hazmat Air Shipper Certification (IATA)
Philadelphia December 9
Hartford December 16


2023 Workshops kick off in Atlanta and Nashville in January.

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