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  • 07 01

    EPA proposes change in Maryland air quality rules (US)...

    U.S. EPA Proposes Approval and Promulgation of Maryland Air Quality Implementation Plan Air Quality Monitoring Rules On June 17, 2016 the U.S. EPA proposed approving Maryland’s revisions to its Air Quality Implementation Plan or State Implementation Plan (SIP) pertaining to Maryland’s regulations of continuous opacity monitoring (COMs) and continuous emissions monitoring (CEMs). The revision is comprised of four State actions affecting COMAR (Code of Maryland Regulations) 26.11.01.01, 26.11.01.10, 26.11.01.11, and 26.11.31. The first action removes requirements for COMs on fuel-burning equipment to meet TM (technical manual) 90, but retains the QA/QC requirements contained in Part II of TM 90 under Cet article EPA proposes change in Maryland air quality rules (US) est apparu en premier sur EHS Blog Red-On-Line.+ More

  • 06 29

    US Senate passes update of toxic substances control act (TSCA)...

    President Obama Signs Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Reform Bill into Law On 22 June, 2016 the United State President Obama signed into law the long awaited update to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). The law gives U.S. EPA new authority to review and regulate chemicals, along with mandating that the agency review and update its inventory of existing chemicals and create a risk evaluation process within six months from the day of President Obama’s signature. Under the modified TSCA, the review of existing chemicals process involves two parts. First, when deciding whether a regulation of a chemical is Cet article US Senate passes update of toxic substances control act (TSCA) est apparu en premier sur EHS Blog Red-On-Line.+ More

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