Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--November 18, 2013, to November 22, 2013
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November 25, 2013
Environmental Daily Advisor Week in Review--November 18, 2013, to November 22, 2013

Last week, the Environmental Daily Advisor discussed environmental justice, area contingency plans,and integrated pest management.

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Here's the Environmental Daily Advisor week in review.

Environmental Justice and the Permit Application Process--EPA is working toward addressing environmental justice (EJ) in its permit application process. Here's a review of EPA’s guidance for permit seekers.

Community Involvement in the Permit Process--Here's a look at how EPA regions’ EJ implementation plans address community involvement in the permitting process.

The Role of Area Contingency Plans in Oil Spill Response--Here are some of the basics concerning Area Contingency Plans (ACPs)

Need Help Updating Your FRP? Check Out Your Area Contingency Plan--If you are required to prepare a Facility Response Plan (FRP) you can definitely benefit from information contained in ACPs. Here's a quick review of some of the resources and opportunities ACPs might provide for facilities.

Bug Busters: Try Integrated Pest Management--When it comes to bugs in the workplace, home, farm, and schools, most of us want to grab the nearest deadly spray and apply until empty. Unfortunately, that knee-jerk response to use pesticides first and ask questions later can also cause harm to people and the environment. A better bet is integrated pest management (IPM),which uses basic methods and principles that minimize both the need for chemical pesticides and negative impacts on human health and the environment.

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