Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--April 1, 2013, to April 5, 2013
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April 08, 2013
Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--April 1, 2013, to April 5, 2013

Last week, the Environmental Daily Advisor discussed aboveground storage tanks, land disposal restrictions, and problems with volatile organic compound emissions.
Here’s the Environmental Daily Advisor week in review.

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Considering ASTs--Is it possible you’re overlooking some important facts whem it comes to aboveground storage tanks?

More on ASTs--Here are some spill prevention measures that go beyond the federal regulations under 40 CFR Part 112, but are highly recommended by EPA.

Land Disposal Restrictions: Do You Need to Know?--Anyone who wants to land dispose hazardous waste must comply with the land disposal restrictions (LDR). The focus of the restrictions is primarily on the generators of the hazardous waste and then on TSDFs and, to a lesser degree, transporters.

Which Wastes Fall under Land Disposal Restrictions Regulations?--If you need to comply with the land disposal restrictions (LDR), you will have to determine if any of your wastes fall under these rules.

$31K Fine for VOC Emissions--A Newport, Rhode Island, yacht repair facility will have to reduce emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from paints and thinners used to repair yachts at the facility.

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