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December 15, 2016 News

Marketing Opportunities in Hazmat Magazine

by John Nicholson

Hazmat Management Magazine’s weekly e-newsletter is distributed to over 18,000 environmental, cleantech, and hazmat professionals in North America.  Have your company’s product or service included in our company profile section of HazMat Management’s weekly e-newsletter or web site. Starting at

December 8, 2016 News

Government Agency Fails to Report Spill

by John Nicholson

As reported in the Ottawa Sun, the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) did not report ongoing chemical spills to the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change when it was discovered that subsurface contamination around it National Fire

December 8, 2016 News

Subsurface Intrusion added to Superfund Hazard Ranking System

by John Nicholson

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) recently finalized a proposal to expand the hazards that qualify sites for the Superfund National Priorities List (NPL).  The U.S. EPA assesses sites using the Hazard Ranking System (HRS), which quantifies negative impacts

December 8, 2016 News

Cleaning up Oil Spills with Chemically Modified Sawdust

by John Nicholson

Researchers from Washington State University claim that sawdust could be effective in cleaning up oil spills off North America’s west coast.  With the Canadian federal government giving the go ahead to two pipeline projects from Alberta to British Columbia, there

December 8, 2016 News

Data Driven Decisions for Emergency Response Organizations

by Robert Charles, D4H Technologies

Not everyone needs to become a quant, data scientist or an expert in data management.  However, it is worth brushing up on the basics of quantitative analysis, so as to understand and improve the use of data to assist in

December 8, 2016 News

Environmental Technologies: A Market Assessment Report

by John Nicholson

The U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration recently published a report that can be used as a market assessment tool for U.S. exporters.  It is also of use to environmental and industry professionals from around the world.  The report

December 8, 2016 News

Webinar: U.S. Hazardous Waste Export-Import Rules

by John Nicholson

The webinar will provide information on the U.S Hazardous Waste Export-Import Revisions Final Rule (Docket No. EPA-HQ-RCRA-2015-0147).  The new rules are scheduled to become effective on December 31, 2016.  The webinar will take place on December 12, 2016, from 1:00

December 8, 2016 News

Integrated DNAPL Site Strategy Webinar

by John Nicholson

The Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC) is hosting a webinar on an Integrated Dense Non-aqueous Phase Liquid (DNAPL) Site Strategy is scheduled for December 13th from 1:00 pm until 3:15 pm EST.   The webinar will examine the important

December 1, 2016 News

BluMetric Signs More Than $2.2 Million in Contracts in Canada

by John Nicholson

BluMetric Environmental Inc. (TSX-V: BLM) recently announced that it had initiated more than $2.2 million in recent contracts for work based in Northern Ontario, Nunavut, NWT, and the Yukon, including a $1.03 million contract for Harte Gold to design, supply,

November 24, 2016 News

Court Denies Municipality copy of Industry’s Hazardous Assessment Report

by Stanely D. Berger, B.C.L., L.L.C., Certified Specialist in Environmental Law, Fogler Rubinoff

Decision and Implications On October 13, 2016 the Saskatchewan Queen’s Bench in Consumers’ Co-operative Refineries Ltd. (CCRL) v. the City of Regina 2016 SKQB 335 held that information in a major instance hazard assessment report, prepared by Marsh Risk Consulting

November 24, 2016 News

Maritime Safety Global Market to Reach $23 Billion by 2021

by John Nicholson

According to a new market report by Markets and Markets, the maritime safety world-wide market is poised to grow at an estimated 7.2 percent per year for the next five years to $23.7 billion (USD) by 2021. The report focuses

November 24, 2016 News

TSB Rules that Derailment caused by ‘sudden and catastrophic’ Rail Failure

by John Nicholson

As reported by Alex MacPherson in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, a “sudden and catastrophic failure” of a 57-year-old rail that had been exposed to higher-than-expected traffic caused a fiery derailment east of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan two years ago, according to a Transportation