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Backyard Burning | Wastes | US EPA

Backyard burning refers to the burning of household trash by residents on their own property. Trash typically burned can include paper, cardboard, food scraps, plastics, and yard trimmings-essentially any materials that would otherwise be recycled or sent to a landfill.

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Backyard Burning | Wastes | US EPA

Posted: (3 days ago) Backyard burning refers to the burning of household trash by residents on their own property. Trash typically burned can include paper, cardboard, food scraps, plastics, and yard trimmings-essentially any materials that would otherwise be recycled or sent to a landfill.

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Clean Air Mercury Rule | US EPA

Posted: (5 days ago) EPA is developing air toxics emissions standards for power plants under the Clean Air Act (Section 112), consistent with the D.C. Circuit’s opinion (PDF) (18pp, 51k, about PDF) regarding the Clean Air Mercury Rule (CAMR). EPA intends to propose air toxics standards for coal- and oil-fired electric generating units by March 16, 2011 and finalize a rule by November 16, 2011.

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List of Programs | Partnership Programs | US EPA

Posted: (1 days ago) Agriculture. The AgSTAR Program Reduce methane emissions at confined animal feedlot operations by promoting the use of biogas recovery systems. Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program

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Climate Change and Waste | WasteWise | US EPA

Posted: (1 days ago) The Climate and Waste Connection | Reducing Climate Change with WasteWise. The Earth's surface temperature has risen by about 1 degree Fahrenheit in the past century, with accelerated warming during the past two decades.

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A Student's Guide to Global Climate Change | US EPA

Posted: (3 days ago) This website provides an interactive guide to the issues of global warming and climate change, targeted to a middle school audience but accessible to the public at large.

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Batteries, Universal Wastes | Wastes | US EPA

Posted: (2 days ago) Related Links. You can search for local battery recycling facilities by zip code at Earth 911.. Recycler’s World Battery Recycling Section consists of several key categories (e.g., lead acid batteries, nickel content batteries) along with a list of companies, associations, and publications related to the battery recycling industry in general.

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Reactivity FAQ | Test Methods | Wastes | US EPA

Posted: (3 days ago) Resources Home; Frequent Questions; Reactivity Question: What is the current guidance regarding the reactivity characteristic? I heard that EPA had withdrawn the method for Reactive Cyanide and Reactive Sulfide as specified in Chapter 7 of SW846.Is this true? Answer: 40 CFR Section 261.23 includes 8 different properties of a waste which is hazardous because of the characteristic of reactivity.

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Epinephrine Fact Sheet - EPA Archives

Posted: (4 days ago) Epinephrine Fact Sheet: This fact sheet provides information to assist healthcare facilities with hazardous waste determinations regarding epinephrine wastes (PO42).

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TCLP Questions | Test Methods | Wastes | US EPA

Posted: (1 days ago) TCLP Requirements for the Method of Standard Addition. Question: What are the requirements for performing the method of standard addition when analyzing TCLP extracts for lead by Method 6010B? Answer: The criteria for the method of standard addition (MSA) are outlined in Sec. 8.4 of Method 1311. In general, when the recovery of the matrix spike is less than 50%, and the analyte of concern is ...

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Dioxins and Furans - EPA Archives | US EPA

Posted: (3 days ago) Dioxins and Furans What are dioxins and furans? Dioxins and furans is the abbreviated or short name for a family of toxic substances that all share a similar chemical structure.

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