Even if you’ve submitted Biennial Reports for decades, keep reading. There is at least one new requirement that may trip up generators in some states who are not familiar with the latest changes to RCRA regulation.
Multiple employees and executives of a California wastewater company now face criminal sentences for a fraud scheme that involved knowing violations of the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (HMTA).
Facilities in Indiana, California, New York, and Delaware are all subjects of EPA criminal or civil penalties in this week's EPA Enforcement Roundup.
In San Antonio on Feb. 21 to 23, join an expert Lion instructor for collaborative, engaging trianing to satisfy EPA and TCEQ hazarodus and industrial waste training mandates. Plus, earn certification maintenance points toward your IHMM, ABIH, and NEHA credentials!
Its that time of year again—the time when, since the passage of the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements Act of 2015, government agencies including US EPA are required to raise civil penalties annually to match the rate of inflation.
In an important step toward establishing an electronic system of tracking hazardous waste shipments—the electronic Manifest or “e-Manifest” system—US EPA today posted a Final Rule detailing how the Agency will assess fees to users of the system.
In the second half of January, new RCRA rules training comes to Atlanta, Mobile, Chicago, Orlando, St. Louis, Richmond, and Indianapolis. Don't miss a chance to get live, expert-led training on updates to the hazardous waste requirements that impact your facility in major ways.
Along with many proposed rules planned under various air, water, chemical, and hazardous waste programs, EPA is preparing two hazardous waste Final Rules for publication in 2018.
This week, the Federal government released the Fall 2017 “Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions.” Updated twice per year, the Unified Agenda gives industry stakeholders and the public a view into rulemaking activities in progress at major Federal agencies.
When we talk about hazardous waste, we usually talk about EPA’s “cradle-to-grave” management requirements. But what if your hazardous waste stops being hazardous waste at some point in the process? How do change the way you manage it without running afoul of the RCRA regulations?
Prepared by hazardous waste training leader
Lion Technology Inc., this report covers what’s
happened since the new hazardous waste rules took effect.