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July 14, 2017
Washington: Benton County updates asbestos regulations

The Benton Clean Air Authority (BCAA), which has jurisdiction over Benton County, recently finalized revisions to its asbestos regulations to provide more thorough and detailed asbestos management requirements. The changes clarify what is expected of entities involved in asbestos projects in Benton County.  

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The most significant changes involve:

  • More thorough asbestos surveying and notification requirements, including specifics about the content of the survey report or notification, as well as posting and retention requirements;
  • More detailed requirements concerning hazardous asbestos-containing materials, including when asbestos must be removed and detailed work practices to be employed during asbestos removal projects;
  • More detailed requirements for implementing an alternative means of compliance when standard asbestos project work practices cannot be used; and
  • New regulations concerning disposal of asbestos-containing materials, including requirements for the temporary storage of asbestos-containing waste materials.

For more information, contact the BCAA at 509-783-1304.

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