This section helps you find retail-specific information on environmental regulations by store department. In addition to the product specific departments, most retailers will have components of store operations that include areas with environmental aspects such as maintenance, waste, emergency generators, tanks and stormwater.
Environmental issues about home improvement products including hazardous waste, pesticides, and operational issues such as stormwater and home repair.
Environmental issues related to all aspects of retail operations including maintenance, hazardous materials, boilers, pest management, HVAC and more.
Covers cleaning, chemical, and health & beauty products with considerations to hazardous waste, hazmat transportation, and environmental standards.
Regulatory areas that apply to grocery retailers from food waste, air emissions, refrigeration, to hazardous and universal waste, and product sales.
Primarily application of hazardous waste regulations to retail pharmacies.
Gasoline and Fuel Dealers
Regulatory areas include USTs, air emissions, emergency planning, as well as spills and used oil.
Vehicles Sales, Maintenance and Products
Environmental regulations for retail sales of all types of vehicles, vehicle service and repair shops as well as related products such as batteries.
Appliances and Electronics
Regulations for this department include hazardous waste, e-waste, and refrigerants.
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