Yesterday we looked at the reporting requirements and applicability of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new rule establishing reporting and recordkeeping requirements for nanomaterials. Today we will review the exemptions and the compliance timeline for the nanomaterials reporting rule.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new rule establishing reporting and recordkeeping requirements for nanomaterials is effective. Today we will look at the reporting requirements and who must report. Tomorrow we will review the exemptions and the compliance timeline for the nanomaterials reporting rule.
On May 17, OSHA announced that it has delayed the July 1 filing deadline for injury and illness electronic reporting. The new filing deadline has yet to be determined, and no reason has been given yet for the postponement.
Following up on its final reporting and recordkeeping rule for manufactured (including imported) or processed nanoscale chemicals (January 12, 2017, FR), the EPA has issued a draft guidance document providing responses to questions the Agency has received from manufacturers and processors subject to the rule. The draft guidance is available for a 30-day public comment […]
The July 1 Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) reporting deadline will be here before you know it. This infographic provides essential information to help determine if you need to report, along with some helpful tips for preparing and submitting a TRI report.
Q. If a facility uses 9,500 pounds (lb) of 1-bromopropane for reporting year 2016, should it be included in the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) report? A. 1-bromopropane is on the list of chemicals required to be included in the 2016 Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reports. However, the facility described in the question would not be […]
In an April 11, 2017, opinion, a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit vacated EPA’s December 2008 final rule that generally exempted farms from the reportable quantity (RQ) requirements of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) when ammonia […]
It is that time of year again. Regulatory agencies across the country want to know, “What did you emit?” From February through June, sources of air emissions are required to submit annual emissions statements or reports to the appropriate regulatory agency quantifying the pollutants they emitted during 2016.
Q: Are batteries in vehicles reportable under Tier II? Why would this be a concern to emergency responders when more dangerous things are present like fuel tanks?
The deadline to submit Tier II reports is March 1. Do you know your state’s reporting requirements? Section 312 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA) requires facilities storing hazardous chemicals above certain thresholds to submit an annual inventory of those chemicals to the State or Tribal Emergency Response Commission (SERC/TERC), […]