Reducing the potential for wastewater to have contact with the public is even more important than ever.
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (RIDEM) has extended the Air Emissions Inventory submittal deadline to June 30, 2020….
Stay ahead of PFAS by knowing the regulations in your state.
Does your municipal government, college/university, or state agency manage fleet vehicles or have an interest in exploring free funding opportunities for installing electric vehicle (EV) charging stations?
Many municipalities store catch basin cleanings and street sweepings in comingled piles at a public works yard but re-using these materials is prohibited by state regulations without further approvals.
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has increased the maximum allowable penalty amounts for OSHA violations in federally-mandated states….
The Massachusetts State Fire Marshal’s Office is notifying aboveground storage tank (AST) owners that they must provide an Approved Standard Declaration for each permitted AST no later than August 30th, 2019.
The EPA’s Water Security Division is currently developing tools, resources, and procedures that align drinking water systems with America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA). The EPA expects to release its guidance by August 1, 2019. Drinking water systems will need to comply with the new AWIA guidelines.
On July 31, 2018, the MassDEP released its long-awaited list of sites for the 2016 Source Registration & Greenhouse Gas Reporting year, which includes approximately 450 sites throughout Massachusetts.
Your spring spotlight on important regulatory changes and upcoming deadlines is here!