April 3, 2020

Coronavirus update

Like you, McCoy is carefully monitoring the news regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). We are confident our scientists are diligently working toward a vaccine and we look forward to that becoming a reality. In the meantime, we take our responsibility seriously about carrying on our business and following the latest guidance from our institutions regarding gatherings and events. We want to provide education, not fear, during this difficult time.

To date, we have cancelled three of our RCRA seminars. However, the situation is fluid and this could change quickly. Stay tuned for the latest information on our seminar schedules.

We appreciate your commitment to resilience, predictable routines, and your RCRA training, as the work environmental professionals do every day is also mission critical. However, your health and safety are paramount. For your convenience, review the information provided by the NIH and CDC. In addition, The Clorox Company has an important message and tips for disinfecting your home and workplace.

Together, we will get through this challenging time to solve a serious and immediate problem. And we look forward to a return to normalcy.

 


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This document addresses issues of a general nature related to the federal RCRA regulations. Persons evaluating specific circumstances dealing with the RCRA regulations should review state and local laws and regulations, which may be more stringent than federal requirements. In addition, the assistance of a qualified professional should be enlisted to address any site-specific circumstances.