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OGI camera
NSPS OOOOa Regulatory Forecast
NSPS OOOOa has experienced multiple amendments since 2016, and additional changes are expected into 2022. Read on for a summary of recent activity and a forecast of anticipated updates.
Jay Christopher
tank farm
DTSC Proposes Increased Governance and Fee Reform
California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) has proposed a new governance structure, with stated goals of alleviating budgetary gaps and implementing programmatic reform.
Matt Jones, PG
Burn area in forest after wildfire
Wildfire Response: A Whole-System Approach
Despite the significant challenge wildfires present, there are proven restoration activities that can help a forest return from severe fire and prevent future damage.
Birds flying over wetlands
CEQ Rescinds NEPA Guidance
CEQ, which oversees NEPA, has rescinded 2019 draft GHG guidance in favor of previous GHG guidance established in 2016.
Charlie DeWolf, PhD
frost free hydrant
Cold Weather Water System Protection Options
Six practical and preventative steps water system operators can take to better protect water systems from the effects of cold weather.
Jason Vreeland, PE
1,4-dioxane sampling
New ITRC 1,4-Dioxane Guidance
ITRC has released new 1,4-dioxane guidance materials to help increase awareness of the latest research and field-scale experiences.
Fritz Krembs, PE, PG
PFAS groundwater monitoring
PFAS Potential at Oil and Gas Facilities: Sampling and Management Considerations
As agencies enact PFAS-related regulations, oil and gas companies will need to be aware of the types of requirements being developed, including those surrounding groundwater sampling.
Mitch Olson, PhD, PE
Faucet water filling a clear glass
EPA Takes New Steps to Regulate PFAS in Drinking Water
The EPA has issued two new actions to better understand and regulate PFAS in drinking water.
Mitch Olson, PhD, PE
Refinery tank farm
EPA Offers Flexibility with Alternative Storage Tank Inspection Method
Under an amended regulation, owners and operators of liquid storage tanks are allowed a more convenient inspection method to maintain compliance with Clean Air Act regulations.
John Pfeffer
Wildfire in forest
Wildfires Add Complexity to Understanding Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Impacts at Industrial Sites
Wildfires release polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH), a toxic compound that many facility operators must investigate to distinguish from PAHs already present due to anthropogenic activities.
Charlie DeWolf, PhD


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