Do run a business or a local government agency and find yourself utterly baffled by a myriad of hazardous materials laws. Confused of MSDS, cradle to grave political and what on Earth the inspectors and even your boss expect? Well, you’re not alone and from an industry where we have had to deal with all this even though we have a barely class material.]
In fact, suffice it to say, I know what a challenge it can be to comply with not knowing what sections or agency or at what level is the paperwork are suppose to file, turn, or what to do with it. Well, there is a very good book I had in my desk to look up such information. Is the name of the book;
“Dangerous materials, hazardous waste, local management options” (practice management series) edited by Raymond d. Scanlon, Series Editor Barbara h. Moore, published by running Press International, Washington D.C., (1987), pages, ISBN: 0-87326-052-X.
In this book you will discover the intricacies of all regulations in case you haven’t yet encountered it. Also learn about environmental risks, and how does the system of information disclosure or worked-reminds us this book is rather old, things have changed. There is also a big difference between user small generators and large ones.
Underground tanks and issues are covered, as well as case studies in worst case scenarios. Information on routes of a security policy for hazardous waste class II or higher. You can also learn about hazardous waste sites, municipal landfill permits and how to assess the risks of chemicals or hazardous waste that we create and what to do with it. The case studies in this book will help tremendously and help you understand what to do, because it should be done and how to document what has been done to the correct agencies. Please consider all this.