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EPA’s Proposed “Reset” of TSCA Chemical Inventory Requires Identification of “Active” and “Inactive” Chemicals and Confirmation of...

If you manufacture or import a chemical subject to the Toxic Substances Control Act (“TSCA”) Chemical Substance Inventory, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) has proposed to require you to confirm each such...more

Pennsylvania High Court Reinforces Nuisance Claim Bar Under the Right To Farm Act

On December 21, 2015, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court decided the case Gilbert, et al. v. Synagro Central, LLC, et al., Pa Supreme Court No. 121 MAP 2014 (December 21, 2015), which interpreted a provision of the Pennsylvania...more

Environmental Alert: Requirements for Existing Area Source Boilers

Regulatory Deadline to File Initial Notification for Existing Area Source Boilers Is January 20, 2014 - This is a reminder that you may be required to file an initial notification with the U.S. EPA and Pennsylvania DEP...more

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Proposes 50 Percent Increase in Title V Annual Air Emissions Fees

If you are one of the nearly 560 Title V facilities in Pennsylvania, DEP has proposed a 50 percent increase in your annual air emissions fees. (See 43 PA Bulletin 677, February 2, 2013.) Under the proposal, you will pay $85...more

Emergency Engines – Promised EPA Rule Relaxes Allowance for Emergency Engines to Operate Under Demand Response Programs, But...

On January 14, 2013, EPA signed final revisions to the RICE NESHAP (and related NSPS for consistency) allowing for expanded use of emergency engines in non-emergency situations. The action bans peak shaving by emergency...more

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