OMB Urges Fairness in Administrative Enforcement and Adjudication
Making Fashion Sustainable
EPA Finalizes Important Changes to Agency Guidance Procedures
EPA Finalizes Changes to the RCRA Ignitability Characteristic, Backing Away from Proposed Substantive Modifications But Providing Important New Guidance
Opportunities for Industry Action in Response to President Trump’s Executive Order Limiting EPA and Other Federal Agency Use of Guidance
OSHA Coronavirus Guidance for Employers Continues to Evolve
Amendments to Proposition 65’s Safe Harbor Regulations Finalized in Attempt to Clarify Legal Responsibilities of Businesses Across the Supply Chain
Maine Accepting Comments on PFOS as a Priority Chemical in Children’s Products
U.S. Department of Energy Withdraws Expanded General Service Lamp Definition and Refuses to Impose Backstop Efficiency Standard
U.S. Supreme Court Increases Protection for Confidential Business Information Shared With The Federal Government
The Latest on HFCs: DC Circuit Strikes Another SNAP Rule and Other Recent Developments
EPA Proposal to Modernize the RCRA Ignitability Characteristic May Cause More Wastes to be Classified as Hazardous
States Draft Legislation Following EPA's PFAS Action Plan
California Adopts Statewide Producer-Funded Pharmaceutical Household Drug and Sharps Take-Back Program
EPA Proposes Rescinding Certain HFC Rules for Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Appliances
New York State Adopts Drug Take Back Law Requiring Drug Manufacturers to Develop, Implement and Pay All Costs of a Statewide Drug Take Back Program
EPA’s Formaldehyde Standards for Composite Wood Products Pose Challenges for Industry
EPA Issues Strategy to Address the Mismatch Between the Federal Hazardous Waste Rules and the Retail Sector
FedEx Settlement with California Department of Toxic Substances Control Contains Important Lessons/Reminders for Product and Waste Shippers
OEHHA Issues Additional Modifications to Proposition 65 Article 6
DOT Issues Final Rule Providing Only Very Limited Relief for Reverse Logistics of Retail Products
California Continues Hazardous Waste Enforcement Campaign Against Retailers With Two New Multi-Million Dollar Settlements