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Are you keeping up with regulatory and compliance changes in 2015?  EHS Support can help you stay informed and prepared.  Click on the link to read recent federal and state-wide reports and changes for 2015. [hr_shadow] [accordion class=’accord1′] [slide name=”On August 5, 2015, USEPA Proposes Stronger Training and Certification Standards for People Applying Restricted Use

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2015 USEPA Regulatory Agenda

[ssba] 2015 USEPA Regulatory Agenda Includes Definition of Waters of the United States and Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Power Plants What can we expect from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) in 2015?  In addition to the jurisdictional reach of the Clean Water Act, other rules on the USEPA agenda include: Greenhouse gas emissions standards

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Streams and Wetlands Affect Downstream Waters

[ssba] USEPA Report Concludes Streams and Wetlands Affect Downstream Waters According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) report released on January 15, 2015, Connectivity of Streams and Wetlands to Downstream Waters:  A Review and Synthesis of the Scientific Evidence, streams, wetlands, and other open waters influence the health of downstream waters.  This report

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Recent Definition of Solid Waste (DSW) Rulemaking

[ssba] Get to Know the Changes in the Recent Definition of Solid Waste (DSW) Rulemaking Recently, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) published final revisions to the Definition of Solid Waste (DSW) Rule (January 13, 2015; 80 FR 1694).  This modifies the USEPA’s 2008 DSW rule to protect human health and the environment from the

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NAEM Features EHS Support LLC

NAEM Features EHS Support LLC in “Lifelong Learning Drives Success for Today’s EHS and Sustainability Professionals” Piece Publish Date: January 30, 2015 News Organization: NAEM In a recent online article, the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM), highlighted key points from a benchmark they compiled on “Key Competencies for the EHS and Sustainability Profession.” Kenny Ogilvie, CEO