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Some streams and lakes are covered by Total Maximum Daily Load rules for sediment control. Find out about the TMDL program in your state, and determine whether your construction project will be affected by TMDL rules.
This resource is designed to provide an overview of
current state foundry sand reuse regulations and policies; acceptable
reuse options and restrictions; permit, testing, recordkeeping and
reporting requirements; and state agency contact information.
This is a New Release! Industrial and commercial
facilities may generate wastewater that can contain a variety of
pollutants (metals, oil/grease, solids, etc.). These wastewaters are
regulated by federal, state, and sometimes local government agencies
under the federal Clean Water Act (CWA).
Some common items (batteries, pesticides, etc.) may be
exempt from hazardous waste rules. Find out which items are designated
as Universal Wastes in your state, link to state regulations, and local contacts at state agencies for more information.
Construction and demolition
(C&D) wastes are a major source of solid waste. Locate regulatory
information and other compliance assistance, lists of C&D landfills,
and pollution prevention resources for your state.
State and local governments play an important role in
meeting the national goal of reducing greenhouse gas intensity by 18
percent by 2012. They are participating in national voluntary programs
and initiatives, analyzing the costs and benefits of actions and
developing and applying innovative programs and strategies that achieve
wide-ranging benefits to businesses, the environment and public health.
Use this tool to locate state climate change resources. You will find
links to state climate change main pages, state action plans, climate
policies and more. We will be updating this tool as more resources
post articles because we think they are of
interest. Doing so doesn’t mean that I necessarily agree
with every—or any—opinion in the posted article. And although
we often post about disagreements, it is VERY important to
understand that we agree and proudly support, more of the ideas of U.S.
Leaders than disagreed. (it is just part of democracy,
it gives balance and is vital)
What are our
favorite blog feeds?
There is not enough room to list all...but, Here are a few good ones in no
particular order. The best one would be EHS News
of course ;-)
If you think someone has plagiarized you article there is a website to help search your work online.
Churnalism, is a source "to help detect possible plagiarism in news and research articles online," according to a press release from the organization.
Using a database of press releases and Wikipedia entries, the site "matches fragments of text between two documents," states the press release. Users can run the system "automatically, or you can manually paste in the URL or text of an article," and if it finds a match, "shows you a side-by-side result right on your computer screen."
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