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Report: EPA May Take More Than a Decade to Review Prioritized Chemicals
GAO report criticizes EPA for not obtaining data that companies gave to European Chemicals Agency as part of the REACH program.
State Chemicals Policy: Trends and Profiles
More than 77 individual chemical restriction bills have been passed by states in recent years, including 31 bills related specifically to mercury.
Comments Needed For California Antelope Valley AQMD on Proposed AIM Rule Changes
AQMD set to adopt the revised VOC limits and definitions on May 21
Judge Affirms $81 Million Judgment Against Company in Hex Chrome Case
12 Oregon national guardsmen say they were poisoned while using the chemical while stationed in Iraq.
NASF 1000, Surface Technology Initiatives Launched
NASF is committed to achieving a goal of 100 NASF 1000 participants by SUR/FIN 2013
Dust Collection Manufacturer Changes Name
Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control has changed its name to Camfil Air Pollution Control.
OSHA Hazard Communication resources available to help employers comply with new training and labeling requirements
Two new compliance assistance resources are available for employers to assist them in meeting the requirements of OSHA's revised Hazard Communication Standard.
New Use Rules for 37 Chemicals Proposed; Most Raise Worker Issues, 14 Are Nanoscale
CCAI says that manufacturers, importers and processors of 37 chemicals could be required to notify the Environmental Protection Agency under significant new use rules (SNURs) the EPA proposed on Feb. 25.
OSHA revises outreach training program requirements to provide greater transparency
Trainers cannot advertise that outreach training is OSHA compliant and pre-printed language on course completion cards cannot be obscured or covered, a provision intended to further protect the integrity of the OSHA course completion card.
EPA Calls for 2013 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award Nominations
Award-winning technologies during 2012 included one which saves $2 million to $20 million each year in each of eighteen plants, which convert bauxite ore into the raw material for making aluminum.