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Environmental Compliance: A Simplified National Guide

  • ID: 2099652
  • Newsletter
  • Region: North America, United States
  • 800 Pages
  • Specialty Technical Publishers
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Environmental Compliance: A Simplified National Guide provides a hands-on approach to environmental compliance, as well as an effective means of keeping records. Using a question-and-answer format, it includes detailed coverage of federal laws and references the leading state legislation governing environmental and occupational health and safety, transportation management, and facility and homeland security. This Guide is ideal for both small- and large-quantity generators of hazardous waste.

State Differences Summaries and Checklists can be purchased to complement this Federal Guide: Available for 49 states including Puerto Rico; California is available as a separate Guide.

Benefits
- Covers EPA regulations, plus OSHA and DOT
- Presented in a user-friendly question-and-answer format designed to ease the compliance process
- Discusses the federal laws applicable to each topic, highlights corresponding leading state laws, and notes leading state variations on federal requirements
- Can be tailored to a particular facility's needs
- Includes a broad array of useful supplementary materials (see Features section below)

Topic Areas

- Accidental release prevention – air toxics, emergencies
- Air quality – pollutants
- Air toxics – routine emissions
- Bloodborne pathogen standard
- Chemical process safety management
- Emergency planning and community right-to-know (SARA Title III)
- Emergency response planning
- Facility and homeland security
- HAZWOPER standards
- Industrial discharges to sewers – pretreatment
- Laboratory requirements
- Pesticide regulation
- Pollution prevention and improved waste-management programs
- Regulation of hazardous wastes
- Regulation of medical wastes
- Regulation of storage tanks (USTs/ASTs)
- Release reporting and response – overall summary
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (RCRA)
- Transportation of hazardous materials and wastes
- Water quality control
- Worker protection, including hazard communication, and the employer's "general duty" responsibilities

Features

Supplementary Materials: Includes sample forms; chemical lists; agency addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail and Web addresses; list of acronyms; and subject index

Published on a Quarterly basis.

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VOLUME 1

INTRODUCTION
HOW TO USE THIS SIMPLIFIED NATIONAL GUIDE
INDEX
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS

PART A: MANAGING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
Section A1: Worker Protection
Section A2: Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know (SARA Title III)
Section A3: Transportation of Hazardous Materials and Wastes
Section A4: Regulation of Storage Tanks
Section A5: Pesticide Regulation

PART B: MANAGING WASTES AND RELEASES
Section B1: Regulation of Hazardous Wastes
Section B2: Release Reporting and Response
Section B3: Regulation of Medical Wastes

PART C: PROTECTING WATER QUALITY
Section C1: Water Quality Control
Section C2: Industrial Discharges to Sewers: Pretreatment

PART D: PROTECTING AIR QUALITY
Section D1: Air Quality
Section D2: Air Toxics: Routine Emissions
Section D3: Accidental Release Prevention

PART E: POLLUTION PREVENTION
Section E1: Pollution Prevention and Improved Waste Management Programs

PART F: FACILITY AND HOMELAND SECURITY
Section F1: Facility and Homeland Security

VOLUME 2

REFERENCES
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