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EPA’s Fenceline Monitoring Requirements for Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) and Group I and II Polymers and Resins Industries
The EPA has published the Final HON Rule. Learn more about the fenceline monitoring requirements and what affected facilities can do to prepare.
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    EPA Finalizes New Clean Water Act Hazardous Substance Facility Response Plan Requirements
    The new rule expands the requirement for FRPs to include facilities handling certain hazardous substances exceeding established reporting thresholds. These facilities must now plan for potential worst-case discharges of listed substances.
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    EPA Finalizes Regulations for Gasoline Distribution Source Category
    EPA estimates these final rules will apply to nearly 9,500 gasoline distribution facilities. The changes will affect storage tanks, loading operation controls, equipment leak detection, performance testing, and compliance reporting requirements.
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    EPA’s 2024 Update to the Interim PFAS Destruction and Disposal Guidance
    In April 2024, the EPA updated its Interim PFAS Destruction and Disposal Guidance, a key step in the ongoing efforts to manage PFAS. Read more about the updates here.
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    Accelerating the Deployment of CCUS Projects
    Learn how to accelerate Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) projects despite increased permitting challenges.
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    4th OSU-Trihydro PFAS Workshop
    Join experts to learn more about the latest developments in PFAS regulations, health effects, assessment, remediation, research, and legal aspects.
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    Understanding the New Final BLM Methane and Waste Prevention Rule and its Impact on the Oil and Gas Industry
    On April 10, 2024, the BLM issued the final Waste Prevention, Production Subject to Royalties, and Resource Conservation Rule, bringing significant changes to venting and flaring regulations on federal and Indian leases.
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    EPA Designates PFOS and PFOA as CERCLA Hazardous Substances. What are the Impacts?
    On April 19, 2024, the US EPA announced the final designation of two PFAS compounds, PFOA and PFOS, as hazardous substances under CERCLA, also known as Superfund. We cover the rule and its anticipated impacts.
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    EPA UIC Program Launches New Class VI Well Permitting Tools
    Learn more about EPAs new live data dashboard and data repository designed to enhance transparency throughout the Class VI permitting process.
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    EPA Issues Final PFAS MCLs: Get Ready for Compliance
    The EPA has issued final Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) for six per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). The final rule aims to place further controls on PFAS as outlined EPA’s Action Plan and Roadmap, which together aim to better prevent and manage human health and environmental impacts.
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    Trihydro Recognized with 2023 Cigna Healthy Workforce Designation
    Cigna Healthcare has selected Trihydro as a 2023 Gold level Healthy Workforce Designation Recipient.
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    How EPA's Super Emitter Program Affects Oil & Gas Facilities
    With nearly half of methane emissions stemming from a small fraction of sources in the oil & gas industry, we dive into EPA's new Super Emitter Program and how it will impact the industry.
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    PFAS Analytical Method 1633: The Next Generation of PFAS Sampling & Analysis
    Learn about the recent advancements in PFAS analytical methods including Method 1633 and other recent methods developed to address PFAS in multiple matrices, such as on plastics and in the air.
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    EPA’s Risk Management Program (RMP) – Final Rule
    The EPA's Risk Management Program (RMP) is now finalized. EPA RMP rule amendments include regulatory requirements and deadlines that facilities using hazardous substances need to be aware of.
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    NSPS and NESHAP Proposed Amendments: Navigating the Fenceline Monitoring Requirements
    During this webinar, we discussed the proposed amendments to NSPS and NESHAP fenceline monitoring requirements and what you can do to prepare.
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    Fenceline Monitoring Compliance: Overcoming 9 Challenges in Data Collection and Management
    As the EPA HON rule deadline for proposed requirements rapidly approaches, let's dive into the challenges that facilities commonly encounter in fenceline monitoring data collection and management.
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  • Class II Injection Wells: Unlocking the Hidden Value of CO2 in Oil & Gas Production
    Class II Injection Wells: Unlocking the Hidden Value of CO2 in Oil & Gas Production
    Recent advances in carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) have dramatically changed the financial impacts for oil and gas upstream and midstream companies that manage produced CO2. While the attention has primarily been on utilizing Class VI wells for claiming the tax credits, an alternative, and possibly more advantageous option for oil and gas companies, are Class II Injection wells.
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    Using Advanced Transportation Technologies to Build a National Digital Infrastructure for Smarter, Safer Travel
    Learn about advanced transportation technologies and how they can help to build a national digital infrastructure for smarter, safer transportation and travel.
    EPA Proposes to List 9 PFAS as Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Hazardous Constituents
    The US EPA has proposed listing 5 additional PFAS (PFNA, PFHxS, PFDA, PFHxA, PFBA) as Hazardous Constituents under Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).
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    Localizing Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Projects
    It is anticipated that carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) projects, particularly at ethanol plants, may become more local in scope. Evaluation of whether to pursue a “local” CCUS project often begins with an evaluation of geology, funding sources, and risks.
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