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EPA proposes tightening US chemical plant safety standards 01 March 2016

On February 25, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) unveiled a plan to reform the nation’s chemical plant safety standards, with a proposal that would require companies to conduct annual safety drills, be subject to third-party audits and improve emergency response to accidents. Some companies will be asked to consider safer technologies or chemicals....

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US metal company required to make large investment in technology following fatal blast 23 December 2013

The US Environmental Protection Agency announced on December 19 that AL Solutions, a West Virginia-based metal recycling company, had agreed to implement extensive safeguards to prevent future accidental releases of hazardous chemicals from its facilities, resolving alleged Clean Air Act violations (CAA) stemming from an explosion at the company’s New Cumberland facility that killed three people. ...

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Texas chemical plant fire cause still unknown 10 October 2011

The formal Fire Marshal’s investigation into the cause of the fire that last week destroyed Magnablend, Inc.’s Texas Central Plant has begun....

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Chemical reporting violations results in fine 28 September 2011

Quality Carriers, Inc., will pay over $46,000 to settle hazardous chemical reporting violations at its facility in Kent, Washington, USA, according to a consent agreement with the US Environmental Protection Agency....

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EPA and Louisiana continue to address flood issues 23 May 2011

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the State of Louisiana are continuing efforts to prepare for any possible hazardous materials cleanup or chemical discharges in Louisiana as result of flooding. EPA is actively evaluating threats to human health and the environment that may exist from Mississippi River flooding of facilities and potential release of contaminants....

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