Air regulations that typically apply in retail such as refrigeration, boilers, asbestos, emergency generators, and fuel stations.
Informs retailers on the proper management and disposal or recycling of hazardous and universal wastes.
Regulations that apply to non-hazardous solid waste found in retail including municipal solid waste, food, medical waste, electronic waste, and more.
Product-level environmental regulations such as FIFRA, TSCA, state chemical regulations and VOC standards.
Regulations for environmental management of above ground and underground storage tanks, primarily for petroleum storage including SPCC plans.
Environmental regulations related to water including wastewater, drain disposal, FOG, stormwater and drinking water.
Regulations covering the transportation of materials that are considered hazardous materials by DOT such as aerosols and cleaning products.
Regulations for this department include hazardous waste, e-waste, and refrigerants.
Covers cleaning, chemical, and health & beauty products with considerations to hazardous waste, hazmat transportation, and environmental standards.
Regulatory areas include USTs, air emissions, emergency planning, as well as spills and used oil.
Regulatory areas that apply to grocery retailers from food waste, air emissions, refrigeration, to hazardous and universal waste, and product sales.
Environmental issues about home improvement products including hazardous waste, pesticides, and operational issues such as stormwater and home repair.
Primarily application of hazardous waste regulations to retail pharmacies.
Environmental issues related to all aspects of retail operations including maintenance, hazardous materials, boilers, pest management, HVAC and more.
Environmental regulations for retail sales of all types of vehicles, vehicle service and repair shops as well as related products such as batteries.
Waste management information related to retailers that sell pets and pet supplies, and offer grooming and veterinary services.
An introduction to California regulatory agencies and environmental requirements that apply in retail including a discussion of enforcement trends.
Detailed look at emergency generator air regulations including regulatory requirements and federal compliance options.
Details on how FIFRA applies to retail including the management, enforcement and disposal of pesticides.
FAQs on requirements for shipping lithium batteries.
Covers air regulations and management requirements that apply in retail covering refrigeration and A/C equipment, ammonia refrigeration systems.
Information on federal and state regulations that set VOC standards for consumer products.
Details on California regulations that require organics recycling with information on similar requirements in other jurisdictions.
Elements of the California Mandatory Organics Recycling Program (AB 1826) that apply to retailers and trends in organics recycling across the U.S.
State by state permitting options and exemptions for emergency generators including general permits, permit by rule, construction operation permits.
Federal and state standards for allowable VOC compounds in specific retail products such as air fresheners, cleaners, adhesives, and more.
Summary of consumer bag legislation by state and local jurisdictions, including bans, taxes and requirements for both paper and plastic bags.
Summary of state requirements for reporting spills of oil or hazardous substances including reporting quantity and contact information.
State EPR or product stewardship legislation that have requirements for products such as carpet, batteries, and more. Also includes product bans.
Overview of state legislation with requirements for retailers on managing waste electronic products or ewaste.
Detailed matrix that tracks the state implementation of the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvement Rule.
State variations in haz waste regulations under RCRA for key areas including haz waste characteristics, generator categories, and universal waste.
Compliance matrix that tracks pharmaceutical waste legislation across the United States.
Overview of variations in hazardous waste reporting by state for routine periodic reporting and requirements for submission of manifests.
Matrix tracking the implementation of states listing aerosol cans as universal waste and the effective date.
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