Proposed regulations set the maximum contaminant level for chromium-6 in drinking water at 10 parts per billion, five times less than the current total chromium standard of 50 ppb, which includes both trivalent chromium (chromium-3) and chromium-6. BlogPublished: 8/26/2013
Sierra Club also sues the EPA over the same National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants rules for plating industry; NASF's two court actions include a petition for judicial review of the ruling in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and ... BlogPublished: 11/28/2012
Q. We will be using concentrated sulfuric acid to strip e-coatings from reject metal parts ... Unfortunately, our only outlet for discharge of this waste is to a nearby storm drain, and we know that we will need to remove the paint sludge and color ... BlogPublished: 9/7/2012
As the longest-serving EPA Administrator, Browner worked closely with the surface finishing industry during the Clinton Administration on the Metal Finishing "Strategic Goals" Program. She most recently served as an assistant to President Obama and... BlogPublished: 3/8/2012
The California/EPA Department of Toxic Substances and Control has recognized Electronic Precision Specialties, Inc., with the "Metal Finishing Model Shop Award," only the fourth shop to receive the award.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has set a schedule for issuing updated air toxics standards for boilers and certain solid waste incinerators as part of a filing with the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. BlogPublished: 6/27/2011