Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--April 7, 2014, to April 11, 2014
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April 18, 2014
Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--April 7, 2014, to April 11, 2014

Last week, the Environmental Daily Advisor discussed zero waste strategies, lead-based paint regulations, and restricted-use pesticides.

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Here's the Environmental Daily Advisor week in review.

Zero Waste to Landfill Strategies—Part 1As landfill tipping fees go up, savvy businesses are finding it pays to reduce and even eliminate the amount of waste they send to landfills. This article is the first of two that looks at how several very diverse companies are succeeding at zero waste goals through unique and innovative processes.

Zero Waste to Landfill Strategies—Part 2--This article is the second of two that looks at how several very diverse companies are succeeding at zero waste goals through unique and innovative processes.

Lead-Based Paint Regulations and Contractors--Since 2010, contractors and others performing renovation, repair, and painting (RRP) services in buildings built before 1978 have been required to comply with strict regulations regarding lead-based paint. Almost 4 years later, the EPA continues to find plenty of bad players. Here's a review of common violations in recent enforcement actions.

Are You RRP-Certified for Lead-Based Paint?--Contractors performing almost any work that disturbs paint in residences, apartments, schools, and daycare centers built before 1978 must comply with the RRP rule. Here we take look at some of the frequently asked questions about who and what are covered by the RRP rule.

Restricted-Use Pesticides in Indian Country--As part of its ongoing pesticides program, the EPA has issued new requirements for commercial and private applicators of restricted use pesticides (RUPs) in Indian Country where no other EPA-approved applicator certification plan is in place.

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