EPA Reports Record Penalty Levels for 2010
Waste Business Journal

EPA logoIn 2010, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency required polluters to pay over $110 million in civil penalties and $12 billion in environmental cleanup and other projects, the highest totals ever according to Waste Business Journal.

In a press release, the EPA stated that, when completed, the enforcement actions should reduce pollution by 1.4 billion pounds.

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Hazmat Management: A Nine-Step Program
FacilitiesNet


hazardous symbolManaging hazardous materials means minimizing the health, safety, and liability risks that hazardous materials pose.

This article from FacilitiesNet identifies challenges and outlines a cradle-to-the-grave strategy to successful hazmat management.

The article also reviews the benefits of implementing the strategy including increased worker safety and regulatory compliance, reduced environmental impact, and cost savings.

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