EPCRAEmergency Planning & Community Right-To-Know Act
EPCRAEuropean Pentecostal Charismatic Research Association (Switzerland)
EPCRAEstes Park Chamber Resort Association (now Estes Park Chamber of Commerce; Estes Park, Colorado, USA)
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EPA s enforcement action is expected to encourage better compliance with both the CAA risk management planning and EPCRA reporting requirements and will ensure communities have accurate information about chemicals being processed, manufactured, or otherwise used at facilities.
One thing I worked hard on with Senators Fischer and Barrasso as we were developing this legislation is to make sure the FARM Act makes no changes to EPCRA reporting.
Lead hazard Yes Lead act State laws Yes Lead pertaining to lead paint TSCA Yes, but PCBs enforcement unlikely State real Yes Lead, estate asbestos, transfer PCBs, laws- pesticides specific provisions CERCLA No Various EPCRA No Various RCRA No Various State laws No Various pertaining to hazardous waste State real Uncertain Various estate transfer laws- catch- all provisions Duty to Uncertain Various disclose latent defects Implied Uncertain Various warranty of habitability Tenants' Uncertain Various disclosure duties Premises Uncertain Various liability Law(s) Details Lead hazard Requires sellers or landlords of housing constructed act before 1978 to include a U.
Commenters have criticized the shortcomings of the EPCRA program,
Two of the firms (Stack & Dickinson) violated the hazardous chemical release reporting requirements of EPCRA and CERCLA.
These updated SDS, available for purchase through the AFS Store, will assist metalcasters in continuing to meet their ISO certification and GHS and EPCRA requirements.
45) For a reflection on these questions, see Claudia Wahrisch-Oblau, "Some Reflections on Spirit and Church Structure in a Post-Modern Age," Paper delivered at the 2011 EPCRA Conference, http://www.
243) The program encouraged participants to voluntarily reduce emissions of 17 high-priority toxic chemicals that were also required to be reported to the TRI under EPCRA.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to revitalize EPCRA presents the most immediate opportunity to improve access to chemical emergency information needed by local emergency responders.
EPCRA, enacted in 1986 after a catastrophic leak of methyl isocyanate killed nearly 8,000 people in Bhopal, India, was created to help communities plan for emergencies involving hazardous substances.
Section 313 of EPCRA requires owners or operators of certain industrial facilities to report on releases of toxic substances to the state and EPA.
The EPCRA was itself hastily added to the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986, Pub L 99-499 as the freestanding Title III.