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Minimizing Frequency of OSHA Inspections
A safety program goes a long way to reduce accidents, worker complaints and violations, and to comply with OSHA regulations—all of which should lead to a reduced need for OSHA to inspect your facility.
Ask an Expert Published: 3/27/2014
Tertiary Butyl Acetate Regulations
Has the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality approved TBAC (tertiary butyl acetate) as a VOC-exempt solvent?
Ask an Expert Published: 3/21/2014
Take Employee Complaints Seriously
When complaints are ignored by the employer, the worker often complains to EPA or OSHA, or, worse, an accident occurs.
Ask an Expert Published: 3/20/2014
Preparing for an OSHA Inspection
What should I do if an OSHA compliance officer comes to my plant?
Ask an Expert Published: 1/21/2014
Guarding Against Counterfeit Parts
We have been doing a lot of defense work lately and are concerned about counterfeit parts. How can we protect ourselves?
Ask an Expert Published: 7/1/2013
Paint Stripping Waste Disposal
In response to a question in the September 2012 column regarding the disposal of waste from paint stripping, one reader recommends purchase of a stripping oven, used to strip products and paint racks.
Ask an Expert Published: 2/25/2013
On-Site Treatment or Off-Site Disposal
Can you provide information on a pH/precipitation system that will speed up the process of removing metals and patina chemicals from wastewater?
Ask an Expert Published: 2/22/2013
Clean Wastewater Attacking Zinc Plate
We use ion exchange treatment for wastewater from our nickel, hexavalent chrome and zinc plating rinses. What kind of characterization should we do to identify the pollutants that are affecting our products, and what steps are needed to reuse this w...
Ask an Expert Published: 2/21/2013
Chrome Reduction
What is the best way to reduce hexavalent chrome to trivalent chrome from an aluminum conversion coating rinse water?
Ask an Expert Published: 1/7/2013
Nickel Recovery from Filter Press Cake
Is the recovery of nickel metal from waste sludge considered recycling, reusing or reclaiming?
Ask an Expert Published: 1/2/2013

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