EPA alleges that during 2007 and 2008, the facility processed lead in quantities that exceeded the reporting thresholds for lead and failed to file the required Toxic Release Inventory reports.
American Public Works Association and Solid Waste Association of North America cooperate by holding conferences in same city.
According to EPA, many municipalities’ stormwater management plans are out of date and have not been fully implemented, and permits don’t always contain clear milestones to ensure that water quality standards would be met.
Boy Scouts are gathered in Fort A.P. Hill, Va., for their annual Jamboree, where Allied Waste has placed 450 trash and recycling bins to manage the cleanup.
The revised regulation requires CAFOs that discharge to seek coverage under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit.
Low-cost canine method could replace DNA-based technique.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds helped to speed DOE's project to remove about 2,300 cubic feet of radioactive waste from California.
After four years of public input, Kansas City has a plan that is expected to eliminate unauthorized sewage overflows.
Ruling forces the California county to limit landfill use by municipalities outside of the county.
Annual Waste Expo provides venue for the latest technologies and applications
EPA says United Parcel Service agreed to pay the civil penalty to settle alleged violations of hazardous waste management rules at a Lenexa, Kan., freight facility.
Agency will assess environmental impacts related to a revised petition from Hawaiian Waste Systems LLC to move garbage destined for a landfill in Washington.
Agency works with mountaintop mining companies to ensure compliance with Section 404 of the Clean Water Act.
EPA aligns U.S. hazardous waste shipment rules with OECD regulations.
The Nebraska lawsuit proposes that Stericycle and MedServe must divest all of MedServe's assets used to collect and treat infectious waste in four states before the merger can go through.
Panamanian company will pay $1.25 million for vessel pollution crimes.
The state of Washington has a new rule that requires those that transport recyclable materials to register with the Department of Ecology.