Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--December 31, 2012, to January 4, 2013
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January 07, 2013
Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--December 31, 2012, to January 4, 2013

Last week, the Environmental Daily Advisor discussed air permitting, California's safe chemicals proposal, and electronics recycling.
Here’s the Environmental Daily Advisor week in review.

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What Are Permits-by-Rule?-- Permits-by-rule (PBR) help to avoid the formal permitting process, particularly when new construction is involved.

Texas Greenlighted for Public Participation for Air Quality Permits-- Recently, the U.S. EPA announced a proposed approval of Texas's procedures for public participation in the issuance of most air quality permits.

How Far will CA Go to Ban Chemicals?-- The chemical manufacturing and importing industry is closely following the progress of California’s proposed Safer Consumer Products Regulation (SCPR).

CA's Green Chemistry Initiative to Be Enhanced by SCPR-- For chemical companies, California’s proposed Safer Consumer Products Regulation (SCPR) was a frustrating response to the 5-year-old California Green Chemistry Initiative, which the state initiated to pave the way for revised chemical and product regulations. 

Recycle Electronics--Don't Trash Them!--When these devices become obsolete, what do we usually do? We often throw them in the trash.

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