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Spend countless hours pondering your most pressing compliance issues? Do you wonder if there’s a way to untangle a precise problem? Take a look at these abstracts. These different perspectives provide insights, clarify a topic, solve a problem, or help you make an operational decision. We’ve carefully written them for readers with limited time.
EPA’s generator improvements rule was promulgated on November 28, 2016. This rule makes significant changes to the hazardous waste generator regulations, and we’ve put together a detailed white paper to help you understand the new requirements, guidance, and best management practices.
If you work in a laboratory, you know RCRA can be difficult to manage. It’s one area where the regulations and the unique nature of labs pose a significant challenge (small amounts of diverse chemicals and complex waste streams). Our white paper will help you make RCRA less of an experiment.
FERTILE SOIL FOR RCRA
Twenty-first century agriculture uses a variety of pesticides, fertilizers, and other chemicals to boost crop yields. And the producers of these chemicals face some interesting RCRA challenges. Let our white paper plow the RCRA field for you, so you can focus on growing your compliance efforts.
DIG INTO MINING
The mining and mineral processing industry enjoys significant exemptions from RCRA. But not all wastes produced in this industry are exempt. So, which wastes are subject to RCRA and which are not? We’ve put together a detailed white paper that explores the nuances of this question. Dig into our mining white paper and refine your knowledge.
WHAT’S UP WITH WIPES
In July 2013, EPA issued a final rule that creates two conditional exclusions from RCRA for solvent-contaminated wipes. In this paper, we review how solvent-contaminated wipes have been regulated in the past and provide a detailed explanation of the new exclusions that many states have already adopted.
California’s hazardous waste program is more complex and confusing than the federal program. First, the California regs are more stringent and broader in scope than the federal RCRA regs. Second, the way regulations are structured in the state is a bit confusing. This white paper helps demystify the California regs.
TEXAS HAZARDOUS WASTE/CLASS 1 REGS
The axiom that everything’s bigger in Texas also applies to their solid waste management regs. Texas has a special “Class 1” designation for nonhazardous industrial wastes. To find out more about the Texas hazardous waste and Class 1 regs, download this white paper.