We check in on state adoption of the RCRA Generator Improvements Rule, the Hazardous Waste Pharmaceuticals Rule, and the exclusion for solvent-contaminated wipes and rags (the "Rag Rule").
In this week's Roundup, a housing complex is ordered to pay $55K for allegedly operating 16 illegal large-capacity cesspools. Plus, a Delaware farm is cited for $25K in FIFRA violations after allegedly failing to provide decontamination supplies to employees who worked in pesticide-treated areas.
We've compiled a list of news updates related to the coronavirus pandemic that supply chain managers, environmental compliance officers, OSHA safety personnel, hazmat logistics employees and other EH&S workers need to know.
With these twelve new webinar sessions, Lion makes it easier for professionals to safely complete required hazardous materials and hazardous waste training, maintain their professional credentials, and stay ahead of changing regulations.
US EPA has finalized a rule that gives generators more flexibility to determine whether wastes and emissions meet the RCRA ignitability characteristic (D001).
Effective June 11, 2020, three newly adopted RCRA revisions are now in effect in Texas.
Assigning a P-list or U-list waste code to a discarded chemical product can be complicated and confusing. We walk through the process step by step, and clear up a major misconception.
The most reliable and comprehensive Texas hazardous waste training available returns to Houston and Dallas in August 2020.
OSHA's HAZWOPER Standard is one of the most widely-known–and most misunderstood–set of regulations in the world of environmental health and safety. Here we break down why HAZWOPER training may be required for you and your employees, and how to choose an appropriate course.
We ask every online training student the same question. How can we improve the quality of our web-based courses? The most common answer: High quality reference materials in a hard copy format.
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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.