Edmonton currently has 110 trained HazMat technicians, but dealing with 813 spill-dominated HazMat calls in 2014 put stress on the team
This handheld device for chemical detection and identification is a downrange tool for situational understanding. It expands the survey mission with a focused objective, sniffing out priority chemical warfare agents, toxic industrial materials, and precursors.
Ontario is accepting comments on the HWIN proposal until Sept. 19 under EBR Registry number 012-3915
A groundwater cleanup system was also installed in 1989, and ongoing environmental monitoring ever since shows that the cleanup has been effective
It brings Congress another step closer to reforming the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
The levels of lead on a backyard slide were more than twice the EPA’s soil standard
Rainbow Concrete has agreed to offer stream and bank remediation around the Junction Creek area, as well as implement a training program for its staff
Contaminants originally found in the 10-acre site’s surface soil included sediments like fly ash and fine particles of ash from a solid fuel caused by waste gases from manufacturing
If the bill passes a full Senate vote, it would mark the first substantial update to the Toxic Substances Control Act since the law was adopted in 1976.
The special bench was developed by the EPA as a unique way to get the public to participate in the measurement of air quality
CSA Group says the new facility will also offer testing for windows and doors
“This new and interactive tool offers Canadians the ability to learn more about pipeline incidents and the companies involved. It also demonstrates the NEB’s increasing commitment to transparency,” says NEB chair Peter Watson