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Environmental Fund Manager Implores Epa To Label Coal Ash Hazardous Waste

Environmentalists’ latest ploy enjoining the Environmental Protection Agency to list coal combustion residuals (CCR) under Resource Conservation & Recovery Act Subtitle C is a letter that suggests federal CCR disposal regulation will prevent costly public health impacts and assist shareholders in companies with related liabilities “in understanding the financial risks associated with coal ash

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Pca, Insurance Group Guide Combines Building Durability, Sustainability Criteria

A new document written in mandatory language that amends and appends the International Building Code (IBC) enables local governments to adopt green building codes that address high performance and conventional sustainable features. “High Performance Building Requirements for Sustainability 2.0” includes concepts

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Sae Schedules Organizational Meeting For Mixer Truck Safety Standard

The SAE Work Truck Safety Committee is enlisting producers, manufacturers, regulators and other stakeholders to develop the tentatively titled “Ready Mixed Concrete Truck–Safety Requirements Standard.” Applicable to mixer building, rebuilding, modification, care, maintenance

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Obama Labor Board Appointees Side With Carpenters Local On Bannering Decision

The opinion on “bannering” as conducted by United Brotherhood of Carpenters Local 1506 against three neutral, Arizona construction owners (above item) was issued by the Labor Board’s three Democrats: Chairman Wilma Liebman, a 13-year agency veteran, plus new Members Craig Becker and Mark Pearce, who joined the board this spring as recess appointees by the Obama administration

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