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  • In this issue:

    • EO aims to expedite energy infrastructure projects
    • Compliance tip: Listed wastes
    • Methylene chloride ban excludes commercial stripping
    • Worker advocates dissatisfied with EPA’s safety actions
    • Updates proposed for RCRA ignitability testing
    • Customized audit program offered to new O&G owners
    • Company found liable as CERCLA arranger
    • Tips for handling and storing solvents safely
    • EPA proposes review plan for TSCA CBI
    • Enforcement
  • In this issue:

    • President signs pesticide registration bill
    • Compliance tip: Sharps disposal
    • Measuring flared gas on public lands
    • IRIS and TSCA—The challenge of chemical assessments
    • EPA proposes approving E15 for summer use
    • First mercury inventory reports due July 1, 2019
    • 7th Circuit clarifies ‘imminent and substantial harm’ under RCRA
    • Preventing lead exposure at construction jobsites
    • Michigan to propose MCLs for PFAS this fall
    • Enforcement
  • In this issue:

    • Both parties want faster CERCLA designation for PFAS
    • Compliance tip: Universal waste transport
    • EPCRA reporting of agricultural combustible dust
    • Supreme Court will sort out CWA discharge dispute
    • New TSCA Inventory lists active chemicals
    • EPA wants to revive water quality trading
    • District Court upholds EPA’s science committee directive
    • How to manage the satellite accumulation of hazardous waste
    • DOE seeks to void expansion of lightbulb definition
    • Enforcement
  • In this issue:

    • EPA proposes National Compliance Initiatives for 2020–2023
    • Compliance tip: Satellite accumulation area inspections
    • What does ‘more stringent’ mean under RCRA?
    • OIG urges EPA to assess unregulated pollutants in biosolids
    • California proposes broader protections for waters
    • EPA increases penalties for noncompliance
    • 7th Circuit upholds state court jurisdiction
    • Work smart around asbestos
    • EPA proposes no emissions changes for HCl NESHAP
    • Enforcement
  • In this issue:

    • Nine states will develop low-carbon transportation policy
    • Compliance tip: SPCC plans for qualified facilities
    • Authorizing municipal bioreactor landfills
    • Healthcare facilities get relief in waste pharmaceutical rule— Reverse distributors play critical role
    • COP24 ends with Paris rulebook
    • Children’s health the goal in federal lead action plan
    • 4th Circuit halts pipeline crossing Appalachian Trail
    • Inspecting LQG hazardous waste tanks
    • EPA closes out pollution transport rule
    • Enforcement
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