January 9th Webinar: Don't Shed a Tear for Tier IIs: An Overview of Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know and SARA III Reporting
 

Does your facility have an up to date chemical inventory? Are all your SDSs up to date? This webinar will focus on Tier II Reporting and help you ask the right questions to begi ...Read More




 

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Don't Shed a Tear for Tier IIs: An Overview of Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know and SARA III Reporting
Vapor Intrusion: Is Your Data Telling You The Truth?
Thanks for the Many (Environmental) Memories
Don't Shed a Tear for Tier IIs: An Overview of Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know and SARA III Reporting

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Many are already familiar with the gruesome history that led to government action on chemical releases in the 1980's. EPCRA was passed in 1986 in response to serious industrial chemical accidents, including the accidental release of methyl isocyanate in Bopal, India in 1984 that killed more than 2,000 people and the chemical release in Institute, West Virginia in 1985 that resulted in the hospitalization of hundreds of people. To read more, click here.

Post Date: 12/3/2018



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