Ready for Your Annual Environmental Compliance Evaluation?

A business professional preparing for an environmental compliance evaluation

Are you ready for your environmental compliance evaluation, or are you feeling unprepared? Not sure if your business even has to conduct an evaluation? Regardless of where you fall on the preparedness spectrum, there’s still time to get your affairs in order. However, no one likes scrambling to meet tight deadlines. With that in mind, …

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The Federal SPCC Regulations You Need to Know for Spill Prevention

Federal SPCC regulations needed for chemical drums on a work site

The federal government has established strict rules regarding spill prevention, control, and countermeasure planning (SPCC). To ensure your company remains compliant, we encourage safety managers to become familiar with federal SPCC regulations (40 CFR 112). To help, RSB Environmental has created this guide for all things SPCC. Below, we cover what types of businesses must …

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Benefits of Scheduling SWPPP and SPCC Training Each Year

A business professional scheduling an SPCC and SWPPP training

If your company operates in the industrial sector, you are likely required to have both a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) plan in place. In the state of Texas, SWPPP plans are required for compliance purposes as part of the Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (TPDES). Also, …

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We Can Help You Comply with the Texas EHS Audit Privilege Act

An environmental specialist discusses the Texas Environmental Health and Safety Audit Privilege Act

Industrial companies in Texas must adhere to a wide range of compliance requirements. Achieving compliance can be difficult since compliance requirements are set at the state and federal levels. Two names to know are the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), which sets state regulations, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which sets regulations at …

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