The other day a person preparing to make a presentation on small aboveground storage tanks (ASTs) asked me for a "sexy spin" on fuel tanks. I wasn't sure if I should be amused or upset. Fuel tanks are designed to hold fuel. That's it.
- By David Harris
- Jul 01, 2005
This article originally appeared in the 07/01/2005 issue of Environmental Protection.
A recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency press release (EPA Region 8, 11/24/2003) reads as follows: "The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Denver office is seeking penalties of more than $400,000 against 17 facilities in North Dakota for violations of the federal Clean Water Act's Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan Regulations"
- By John Adams
- Jul 01, 2004
This article originally appeared in the 07/01/2004 issue of Environmental Protection.
Hazardous materials (hazmat) compliance has a significant impact on the product life cycle in every organization that is involved in the use, manufacture or transport of dangerous goods. Developing integrated hazmat processes results in measurable improvements in revenue, costs and performance.
- By Gregory Swiech
- Feb 01, 2004
This article originally appeared in the 02/01/2004 issue of Environmental Protection.
Despite changes in administration and economic and geo-political uncertainties, there continue to be developments in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) programs affecting waste management. This article examines several of those developments.
- By Stephen I. Addlestone, JD
- Jan 01, 2004
This article originally appeared in the 01/01/2004 issue of Environmental Protection.