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Mar
07
2016
Preventing Fuel Spills and Mitigating Penalties and Fines

Preventing fuel spills isn't just important for the safety of your workers and the public, it's also important in order to avoid severe EPA fines. In many jurisdictions across the ...


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Feb
29
2016
Gasoline Risk Management: Regulations, Standards, and Industry Practices

Gasoline is among the highest volume liquid fuel products produced around the world. Due to its nature and wide-ranging use, the U.S. government has extensive authority to regulate gasoline consumption, ...


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Feb
18
2016
EPA Announces National Enforcement Initiatives for 2017-2019

On February 18th, 2016 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its seven National Enforcement Initiatives for 2017-2019. The initiatives are designed to give the public as well as the private ...


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Jan
29
2016
Does Your Facility Need a Stormwater Permit?

Is your SWPPP up to date? Do you have an MSGP? We’re referring, of course, to the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and the Multi-Sector General Permit for stormwater at industrial ...


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Jan
15
2016
Clear Risks of Hidden Oil Tanks

There are an estimated 100,000 hidden oil tanks buried underground in New Jersey, and millions across the country. Ranging in size from several hundred gallons to thousands of gallons, each ...


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Dec
29
2015
2016 Shakeups for Oil & Gas — EPA Announces New Renewable Fuel Standards

For the first time since 2013, the Environmental Protection Agency has announced new national standards for renewable fuels. This policy shift will increase the levels of ethanol in America's gasoline ...


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Dec
08
2015
Oil Tanks: Removal vs. Abatement

…Should You Be Concerned With Contamination? Oil tanks can cause considerable safety and environmental concerns when they’re not designed, maintained, or removed correctly. In 1988, Underground Storage Tank Laws were enacted ...


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Natural Gas Worth
Nov
10
2015
Is a Transition to Natural Gas Worth It?

Using natural gas as fuel is a more environmentally friendly and economical option than using gasoline. It would seem to be a win-win situation to use it, especially for commercial ...


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Effective Safety Procedures
Oct
22
2015
Effective Safety Procedures Drive Efficiency

While most companies look to drive profits by trying to match what the competition is doing, the most successful companies look inward to drive efficiency. This means directly evaluating your ...


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Face of Dropping Oil Prices
Oct
06
2015
In the Face of Dropping Oil Prices, the Oil and Gas Industry Must Adapt

In late 2014, while most of America was rejoicing at the newfound ability to fill their tanks for under $30, the oil and gas industry was hit hard. Currently, all ...


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