Alta Environmental February 2019 Newsletter - Hazardous Materials Business Plans Are Due By March 1, SCAQMD Proposed Rule 1480: Air Toxic Metals Monitoring, And More
Hazardous Materials Business Plans –
Deadline is March 1!
If you are the owner or the operator of a facility that handles hazardous material at a quantity equal or greater than 55 gallons (liquids), 500 pounds (solids), or 200 cubic feet for a compressed gas and if the hazardous material is an extremely hazardous substance, as defined in Section 355.61 of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations and the threshold planning quantity for that extremely hazardous substance listed in Appendices A and B of Part 355 (commencing with Section 355.1) of Subchapter J of Chapter I of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations is less than 500 pounds, the State of California requires you to submit your Hazardous Material Business Plan (HMBP) by March 1st, 2019 in the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS).
The purpose of the Hazardous Materials Business Plan is to provide basic information to first responders and should contain the following information:
SCAQMD Proposed Rule 1480: Air Toxic Metals Monitoring
On February 5th, 2019, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) held Working Group Meeting #4 for their Proposed Rule 1480: Air Toxic Metals Monitoring.
Want to know the proposed Rule 1480 process summary?
What Do New PFAS Regulations Mean For Prospective Property Purchasers, Landowners, and Manufacturers?
Any person or entity considering purchase of a property should conduct an investigation of the potential presence of contamination in soil, soil vapor, and groundwater at the site that is under consideration for purchase.