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National Compliance Initiatives (renamed from National Enforcement Initiatives)

EPA’s Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance focuses enforcement and compliance resources on the most serious environmental violations by developing and implementing national program priorities, previously called National Enforcement Initiatives.  As part of EPA’s ongoing efforts to increase the environmental law compliance rate and reduce the average time from violation identification to correction, EPA’s...
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Waste Issues Seminar Registration is Still Open

The Western WI Chapter is hosting a Waste Issues seminar on Tuesday, November 13th.   This full-day seminar is designed to update attendees on RCRA and other non-hazardous waste issues. Register today! 11-13-18 Waste Issues
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EPA Meets Important TSCA Milestone by Finalizing Last of Four Chemical Safety Framework Rules

In September, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a final fees rule under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), ensuring that resources are available to the Agency to complete chemical reviews and actions in a timely, transparent manner while maintaining high scientific standards. This rule will provide resources needed to support the valuable...
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Registration Open for Environment 2018 – Starts Next Week!

Thank you to everyone who registered for Environment 2018.  If you haven’t signed up yet, there is still time to register, but time is running out! A few reminders: Registration is OPEN for the Tuesday Professional Development Courses on October 23rd including EHS Primer, Industrial Wastewater, Air Basics and EPCRA Half-Day Registration is OPEN for the 2-day Conference on...
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Environment 2018 Updates on Regional Air Quality Issues in the Great Lakes Region

Join us at Environment 2018 on Wednesday, October 24th and hear Zac Adelman, Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium discuss observations and preliminary results of the study, 2015 Ozone NAAQS Attainment Challenge For Lake Michigan Basin. In addition, Gail Good, Director, Air Management, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, will be discussing the implications of ozone nonattainment for...
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