Catch up on industry news for hazardous materials, environmental, and safety professionals this week with a 5-question quiz.
Your TSDF is on the phone. They say that they can't treat your waste. They sampled it and found it contains toxic constituents that they can't process. You followed the info on the SDS exactly. So what happened?
Under a rule proposed last week, notification to US EPA would be required before manufacturing, importing, or processing for any use any of the 330 PFAS chemicals designated as Inactive on the TSCA Inventory.
If you're planning building maintenance, upgrades, or other projects for springtime, keep these tips in mind to avoid common RCRA hazardous waste and hazardous materials shipping compliance errors.
How to locate and contact the appropriate emergency response organizations to submit EPCRA Tier I or II chemical inventory reporting to the right places before the March 1 deadline.
Expert-led RCRA, Texas industrial waste, and DOT/multimodal hazmat shipper training is headed to Texas. Dallas workshops start on 2/27. Houston workshops start 3/15.
“Instance by instance” citations may soon be used to deter noncompliance with some of the most frequently violated OSHA Standards in general industry, maritime, agriculture, and construction industry workplaces.
Effective as of January 1, 2023, California amended its Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP) program to more strictly limit the use of exemptions for "retail establishments" and "consumer products," among other changes.
Required under EPCRA, Tier I or Tier II chemical inventory reporting is due on March 1 from facilities that had more than the threshold quantity of any covered hazardous chemical on site at any time during 2022.
In this week's Roundup, an explosives manufacturer, a battery recycling plant, and a property owner will all pay civil penalties to resolve alleged violations of environmental regulations.
In California, universal waste handlers must comply with unique State requirements beyond what the Federal RCRA program mandates. Knowing how to identify and manage universal waste is a critical part of hazardous waste compliance under Cal/EPA rules.