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July 15, 2013
Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--July 8, 2013, to July 12, 2013

Last week, the Environmental Daily Advisor discussed OSHA training requirements, hazardous waste containment buildings, and nutrient trading.

Here's the Environmental Daily Advisor week in review.

Guide to OSHA Training Requirements for Environmental Managers--For the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the most important goal of occupational safety and health training is the long-term reduction of injury and illness among workers.

A Qucik Look at OSHA Training Requirements --If your duties as an environmental manager include safety training, you may find this summary of some OSHA training requirements useful.

What Is a Containment Buildingand Do You Need One?--In the world of waste, a containment building is a totally enclosed, self-supporting structure with walls, a floor, and a roof that is used to store hazardous waste.

What Are the Design Requirements for Hazardous Waste Containment Buildings?--The design standards associated with containment buildings focus on surface areas, a primary barrier, doors and windows, and, for buildings managing hazardous wastes containing free liquids, a liquid collection system and a secondary containment system.

What Is the Status of Nutrient Trading?--Nutient trading currently exists in many states that have developed approaches consistent with their waters, the sources that discharge nutrients into those waters, and their obligations under the Clean Water Act (CWA).

BLR’s Environmental Daily Advisor is a free daily source of environmental compliance tips, news, and advice.

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