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Lab maintenance leads to electrical fire on college campus
Lab maintenance leads to electrical fire on college campus

November 9, 2012

On the morning of Thursday, November 1, an electrical fire erupted while experts were performing routine maintenance at Florida State University’s national High Magnetic Field Laboratory in the school’s Innovation Park, Florida State University News reports. Continue reading

EPA inspections, regulations to pick up in Obama’s second term
EPA inspections, regulations to pick up in Obama's second term

November 8, 2012

Now that President Barack Obama has been re-elected, the Environmental Protection Agency will have the opportunity to meet several ambitious regulatory goals, which could leave many manufacturing firms ill prepared for inspection, Forbes reports. Continue reading

Nebraska manufacturing company settles waste violations with EPA
Nebraska manufacturing company settles waste violations with EPA

November 7, 2012

Behlen Manufacturing of Columbus, Nebraska, has agreed to pay the Environmental Protection Agency a fine following an inspection, and said it will also install new equipment at its facility to settle hazardous waste violations, the Omaha World Herald reports. Continue reading

EPA reaches $1.44 million settlement with California company
EPA reaches $1.44 million settlement with California company

November 5, 2012

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently announced it had reached an agreement with TDY Industries that will require the company to pay $1.44 million to help pay for groundwater cleanup operations at the South El Monte region of the San Gabriel Valley Area in Los Angeles. Continue reading

Pennsylvania recycling company fined $58,000 for workplace safety hazards
Pennsylvania recycling company fined $58,000 for workplace safety hazards

November 2, 2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a part of the U.S. Department of Labor, announced on November 1, 2012, that it had cited Donald R. Klein, who was in a business arrangement with Vortex Recycling Inc., for a number of safety and health violations. Continue reading

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