The amendments follow the agency’s 2016 action and aim to provide further clarity to definitions, waste determination requirements, waste accumulation, and episodic generation for hazardous waste generators.
Unsure about how these amendments impact your facility’s compliance with hazardous waste regulations? BC’s Compliance and Permitting team can help you manage change and be audit ready. Contact BC’s Compliance and Permitting National Practice Leader Liz Wilson for expert guidance.
In other environmental updates, we highlight the following in our Compliance News:
Chemical releases during extreme weather events
With many parts of the country experiencing flooding and hurricanes, now is the time to review and plan for chemical release prevention and reporting.
CSB calls out FERC on extreme weather planning
The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) is urging the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to address hurricanes and other high-wind extreme weather events in updates to its Transmission System Planning Performance Requirements.
PFAS a continued focus for EPA
Stormwater pollution prevention: Industrial site inspections
Periodic inspections are a key component in your facility’s compliance with the requirements of the stormwater permit and plan.