EPA cited ArcelorMittal for violating the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the federal law governing the treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste
As part of the EPA settlement, SeaCast will invest at least $230,000 to install and operate a production process "water blast" system that is expected to reduce the amount of hazardous waste
generated at the facility by 40 percent.
DOD primarily relies on private contractors to handle the off-site disposal of hazardous waste
generated by its installations and has procedures aimed at ensuring that its contractors select appropriate transporters and treatment, storage, and disposal facilities.
That's a good reason to follow Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules and regulations on hazardous waste
4 million metric tons of hazardous waste
every year, according to estimates from the Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests (MEF).
5m but the new owners forecast that will increase by up to 75pc over the next year as prices of hazardous waste
The changes mean that you may now be producing hazardous waste
without you even realising.
Now some 135,000 tonnes of hazardous waste
produced in Wales is being dumped in landfill sites.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Issued $71,962 In penalties for hazardous waste
violations last November.
The EPA's proposed redefinition of the solid waste rule may finally allow the thermal reclamation of foundry sands without a RCRA Part B (40 CFR Part 270) hazardous waste
Mexico produces an estimated 8 million tons of hazardous waste