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  • In this issue:

    • Financial assurance not required for chemical companies, says EPA
    • EIA forecasts U.S. and global energy cases; CO2 increases foreseen over long term
    • AGs comment on EtO NESHAP
    • House leader questions legality and motivation of memo to the SAB
    • A new look to Title V petitions
    • Compliance tip: SPCC Plan requirements
    • EPA’s discretion deciding factor in dredge-and-fill case
    • Managing universal waste mercury-containing equipment
    • Expedited settlements for SPCC violations
    • Enforcement
  • In this issue:

    • Appropriations act triggers new PFAS requirements and research
    • HFC reduction bill has industry support
    • Update on refinery NESHAP
    • 10th Circuit vacates RFS small refinery exemption
    • Compliance tip: Handling spill absorbents
    • Chemical Board’s subpoena power extends to potential releases
    • New WOTUS definition narrows CWA applicability
    • The 2019 biennial report
    • Tributary—a new WOTUS definition
    • Enforcement
  • In this issue:

    • EPA names 20 high-priority chemicals for risk evaluations
    • Compliance tip: Training for spill kits
    • EOs and EPA rulemaking
    • DOE selects site for mercury storage
    • CSB proposes incident reporting regs
    • Pregnancy study should influence EPA’s PM-2.5 review
    • EPA’s obligation to issue TMDLs
    • Managing universal waste aerosol cans
    • EtO Sterilization NESHAP under review at EPA
    • Enforcement
  • In this issue:

    • EPA issues regulatory agenda and priorities for 2020
    • Compliance tip: Chemotherapy waste disposal
    • The Montana exceptions
    • Climate change does not threaten Superfund sites, says EPA
    • EPA solicits data for possible TRI listing of PFAS
    • O&G companies say methane regs are needed
    • 9th Circuit denies most challenges to TSCA Risk Evaluation Rule
    • Managing universal waste batteries
    • EPA finalizes RMP Reconsideration Rule
    • Enforcement
  • In this issue:

    • EPA proposes to restrict reach of pesticide exclusion zones
    • Compliance tip: Maintaining SDSs
    • USTs and components holding E15
    • Congress works on new round of CFATS revisions
    • Most uses of methylene chloride pose unreasonable risks, says EPA
    • Simultaneous proposals would cut costs for coal-fired power
    • Good Neighbor Provision remanded but only for deadline omission
    • Avoiding PCB contamination of used oil
    • EOs restrict guidance documents
    • Enforcement
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