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TRC Thankful for Roads, Renewables and Relationships This Holiday Season

TRC Thankful for Roads, Renewables and Relationships This Holiday Season
Doug Hanchett

With the holidays fast approaching, we asked TRC employees to share with us the things they’re grateful for this year.

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Nov 14th, 2017

by Doug Hanchett

Evolving Regulations and Litigation Creating a Murky Future for Coal Ash Management

Evolving Regulations and Litigation Creating a Murky Future for Coal Ash Management
Mark Johnson, PG

The world of coal combustion residuals is getting more confusing with each passing day. TRC sorts out the recent tangle of regulations, rules, guidance and and court decisions.

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Nov 7th, 2017

by Mark Johnson, PG

topic Coal Ash

industry Generation

Are the White House and Congress Paving the Way for a Major Infrastructure Bill?

Are the White House and Congress Paving the Way for a Major Infrastructure Bill?
Doug Hanchett

A major push to overhaul the nation's crumbling infrastructure may finally get underway soon - but not until lawmakers first tackle tax reform.

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Nov 1st, 2017

by Doug Hanchett

topic Infrastructure

Hardening Cyber Defenses at Chemical Facilities a Key Part of Federal CFATS Regulations

Hardening Cyber Defenses at Chemical Facilities a Key Part of Federal CFATS Regulations
Alan Yankowski

Federal CFATS regulations cover more than just the handling, transport and storage of dangerous chemicals. They also deal with tools and methods terrorists could use to acquire the deadly agents - such as a cyber attack.

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Oct 24th, 2017

by Alan Yankowski

topic Security

What You Need to Know about OSHA’s New Rules on Crystalline Silica Dust

What You Need to Know about OSHA’s New Rules on Crystalline Silica Dust
Michelle Campbell

New OSHA regulations to protect construction workers from crystalline silica dust are now in effect. TRC explains the new rules, examines what’s next for workers in other industries and provides a handy downloadable fact sheet that spells out the key information.

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Oct 17th, 2017

by Michelle Campbell

topic Buildings Air

5 Tips to Help Restore Ambient Monitoring Operations Following a Natural Disaster

5 Tips to Help Restore Ambient Monitoring Operations Following a Natural Disaster
Kyle Hunt

Many facilities that need to monitor air quality have been hard hit by the spate of hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico this year. Here are 5 tips to help operators get monitoring stations up and running again in order to stay compliant with state and federal regulations.

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Oct 10th, 2017

by Kyle Hunt

topics Air

industries Generation Industrial Oil and Gas Utilities

TRC Experts Set to Make a Splash at Groundwater Resources Association of California Conference

TRC Experts Set to Make a Splash at Groundwater Resources Association of California Conference

TRC experts will deliver key findings from innovative groundwater remediation projects at the Groundwater Resources Association of California's 2017 conference.

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Sep 26th, 2017

by Amy Wilson

topic Environmental Water/Stormwater TRC

Security Stew: How to Follow the Federal Regulatory Recipe for Safe Chemical Storage

Security Stew: How to Follow the Federal Regulatory Recipe for Safe Chemical Storage
Melissa Hart

Three different federal agencies regulate the storage of chemicals at facilities in the United States – and each for different reasons. Learn about the various rules from the alphabet soup of agencies (DHS, EPA and OSHA) involved and how to keep your business compliant.

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Sep 19th, 2017

by Melissa Hart

topics Security

industries Commercial Education Government Health Care Industrial Oil and Gas

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Sep 7th, 2017

by Lawrence Fitzgerald, CPP, PSP

topics Security

industries Industrial Commercial Oil and Gas