DTSC

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DTSCDepartment of Toxic Substances Control
DTSCDedicated Technical Solutions Consultancy (Netherlands)
DTSCDetroit Triumph Sportscar Club (Michigan)
DTSCDynamic Traction and Stability Control (Volvo)
DTSCDARCOM Technical Steering Committee
DTSCDeveloper Technical Support Center (IBM)
DTSCDetroit Tennis and Squash Club (Farmington Hills, MI)
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Wal-Mart said federal prosecutors, as well as the California Department of Toxic Substances Control and authorities in Nevada, are seeking documents and information from the company relating to its "receipt, transportation, handling, identification, recycling, treatment, storage and disposal of certain merchandise that constitutes hazardous materials or hazardous waste." Such products can include hair spray, paint and charcoal.
Through emergency regulations finalized in February 2003, the California Environmental Protection Agency Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) placed into regulatory guidance a complete ban on municipal landfill disposal of CRTs.
His familiarity with how state agencies formulate policy helped him feel comfortable stepping forward to become an active stakeholder helping the California Integrated Waste Management Board and Department of Toxic Substances Control enact California's Senate Bill 20 (SB 20)--the mandatory recycling of obsolete computer monitors and other electronic goods.
The airline will pay USD550,000 to the EPA and USD300,000 to the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, reported The Associated Press.
Discussion addresses: (1) assembling an experienced team; (2) whether the property owner is a willing or unwilling seller; (3) level of community support or opposition to the site; (4) timing and commencement of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) analysis; (5) timing and sequencing of statutory notices and approvals, including approvals by the Department of Education and Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC); (6) relocation assistance issues; and (7) vesting of title, prejudgment possession, and eminent domain actions.
Officials from the state Attorney General's Office, the Alameda County district attorney, the Department of Toxic Substances Control and the Highway Patrol carried out the investigation.
For example, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control is using CAA in its Safer Consumer Products Program, whose objective is to remove toxic chemicals from products (California Department of Toxic Substances Control 2010).
The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) released on September 12 a draft three-year work plan identifying seven consumer product categories (including several that could impact the nonwovens industry) that regulators plan to evaluate under the state's Safer Consumer Products Regulations.
The controversial Chemical Waste Management hazardous waste landfill near Kettleman City is authorized to expand by 5 million cubic yards, the state Department of Toxic Substances Control said Wednesday.
"We are not announcing a ban," Debbie Raphael, director of the Department of Toxic Substances Control, said.
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