The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI): Does it apply to me?
 

If you’ve worked in an industrial setting long enough, odds are you’ve heard the phrase “TRI” or “Form R.” However, you may not know how it a ...Read More




 

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The Toxic Release Inventory (TRI): Does it apply to me?
Healthcare Facilities: Do You Ever Worry About Meeting JCAHO and EPA Compliance Requirements?
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August 1st Webinar: Lead in Drinking Water

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While the utility company can sometimes be responsible for lead in water from old water distribution lines that arrive to a building, other times it may be interior fixtures and other interior plumbing that is causing elevated lead levels in drinking water. In these examples, those interior sources of lead are not the responsibility of the public water supply company. The US Environmental Protection Agency has set its limit for lead in tap water at 15 parts per billion -- but for bottled water, according to the US Food and Drug Administration, the limit is 5 parts per billion. To register for this webinar, click here

Post Date: 7/2/2018



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