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  • James V. Aidala Quoted In Bloomberg Environment Article “EPA Could Face Legal Minefield With Open Data Rule”

    On May 1, 2018, James V. Aidala, Senior Government Affairs Consultant with Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. (B&C®), was quoted by Bloomberg Environment regarding an open data policy proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Jim Aidala, the former head of the EPA’s chemicals office, said the agency can avoid some of these potential pitfalls if it does a thorough job ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Citizens challenge EPA

    A petition filed under Section 21 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) was one of the first actions reviewed by a federal district court since TSCA was substantially rewritten in June 2016.The rulings described below pose interesting and potentially formidable challenges for TSCA stakeholders. Background TSCA Section 21 enables “any person” to submit a petition ...


    By Acta Group

  • New TSCA inspires new litigation

    When the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) was legislatively 'modernised' in June 2016, no one in the legal community doubted litigation was in our collective future. We have not been disappointed. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its legal counsel for these purposes, the US Department of Justice (DoJ), are facing multiple lawsuits in several federal appeals courts and the very ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Textile Recycling - What can be done with old clothing and other textiles?

    Hand in hand with other sustainable actions being taken to protect our globe, the importance of recycling old clothing and textiles is increasingly being recognized. Consumers, non-profit organizations and even fast-fashion companies are taking steps towards a more environmentally friendly textile industry, enabling recovery for reuse or material recovery. ...


    By Tana Oy

  • How to prepare for a chemical attack

    It is a shocking and sad reality that chemical attacks are happening in the world today. The threats continue to rise as global tensions become greater. It can only be a good thing to be prepared if one was to occur in your area. The first step in preparation is to understand more about what chemical attacks are. What are chemical attacks? Chemical attacks involve using toxic ...


    By Fast-ACT

  • Inside EPA Quotes B&C TSCAblogTM in Article Regarding Rejected TSCA Section 21 Fluoride Petition

    On September 22, 2017, Inside EPA quoted the post “EPA Denies TSCA Section 21 Petition on Fluoride Chemicals in Drinking Water; Provides Response to Petition,” from Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.’s (B&C®) TSCAblogTM in the article “Suit Over Rejected Fluoride Petition Could Test EPA's Stance On TCSA 'Uses'.” Observers tracking EPA's implementation of the new ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Analox Attends National Fire Protection Association Exhibition

    This year’s NFPA, National Fire Protection Association exhibition was held in a very wet and windy Boston. ...


    By Analox Sensor Technology

  • The Myth of Heat Illnesses

    If you have not already had a safety talk in your workplace about heat stress and related illnesses, you probably will have one in the coming weeks.  Summer is around the corner and temperatures are warming up.  You will probably hear something about becoming acclimated to the heat slowly, and drinking plenty of water. But if that’s all that you have been told about warm outdoor ...

  • Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, non-toxic, flammable and explosive gas, and fluorine, chlorine, oxygen, carbon monoxide and air mixture were in dan

    Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, non-toxic, flammable and explosive gas, and fluorine, chlorine, oxygen, carbon monoxide and air mixture were in danger of explosion; The mixture of hydrogen and fluorine spontaneous explosion in low temperature and dark environment; When hydrogen mixed with chlorine ratio was 1:1, under light can also be the explosion.Hydrogen is colorless and tasteless, ...

  • A holiday from noise pollution

    Tourism is one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world and offers significant benefits, but among the many challenges the industry faces is protecting the local population, environment, and the travellers themselves, from excessive noise.  The modes of transport (especially planes and cars) and mass arrivals at airports, railway stations, and ports and harbours, mark just the ...


    By SoundPLAN International LLC

  • Inside EPA Article Quotes TSCA Blog Post `EPA Denies TSCA Section 21 Petition on Fluoride Chemicals in Drinking Water; Provides Response to Petition`

    On April 19, 2017, Inside EPA quoted a post from the TSCA Blog in the article “Suit Over EPA's Rejection Of Fluoride Ban Claims TSCA Misinterpretation.” “This asserted view, that only a comprehensive risk evaluation considering all conditions of use will suffice, presents a very high threshold for action -- and seemingly an impossibly high threshold to move EPA to act," ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • The Acta Group Wins “Supply Chains Award” at the 2017 Chemicals Northwest Awards

    The Acta Group (Acta®), a global scientific and business consulting firm offering a full range of support services for the process of obtaining approvals to market industrial chemicals, biocides, and chemical products, with offices in Washington, D.C., Beijing, China, and Manchester, UK,  has been named winner of the Chemicals Northwest 2017 “Supply Chains Award.”  ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Articulated Concrete Blocks Provide Much Needed Protection for Your Pipeline

    One of the many ways that articulated concrete blocks can protect pipelines is by adding structural stability in areas that are particularly prone to erosion. This erosion is not the only type of hazard posed to your pipeline, though, and if you don’t have the proper protection in place, your pipeline could be susceptible to deterioration at the hands of these other threats as well: ...

  • 5 Essential tips about snowmobile safety

    Extreme conditions and fast speeds are what make riding so much fun, but they come with risks. When you ride with your family and friends, you need to be aware of potential risks.  A modern snowmobile can weigh over 600 pounds and travel up to 90 mph. Due to poor judgment, excess speed, and alcohol — approximately 200 deaths and 14,000 injuries occur every year. But this does not mean ...


    By AKE Companies, LLC

  • Fortesa International Stop It HP - Case Study

    STOPIT HP is a multi-component, yet easy to apply, epoxy composite system designed for high-pressure sealing applications with working pressures up to 2,000 PSI (140 kg/cm2) and operating temperatures to 175° F (79° C) while providing a built in 5:1 safety margin. Fortesa International (Dakar, Africa) In the inhospitible desert of Dakar Africa a high pressure 4" fiberglass pipline was ...


    By InduMar Products, Inc.

  • B&C Seeking An Attorney To Join Our Growing Firm

    Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. (B&C®) is seeking an attorney to join our growing team of lawyers, regulatory consultants, scientists, and policy experts.  This position will be based in our Washington, D.C. office, although telework arrangements may be considered for suitable candidates.  Applicants should be experienced in the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the Federal ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Retailers in UK Using Refugees in Turkish Factories

    A recent BBC investigation inside Turkish garment factories alleges they uncovered Syrian refugees, including young children, working to make clothes for major retailers based in the UK including Marks & Spencers and ASOS. In early 2016, multiple retailers were accused of exploitative labor practices involving Syrian refugees in their supply chains. Following the accusations, many ...


    By Assent Compliance Inc.

  • Living Smart in the Autumn

    Are You Ready for a Hurricane? The National Hurricane Center warns that the worst hurricane tragedies throughout history have been marked by a lack of education and preparedness. Reduce your risk of danger in a storm by following these hurricane safety tips: Know the risk of hurricanes in your area, and make plans accordingly. Work ...


    By SafetySmart

  • How to Protect Against Colds and Flu: The Facts that you Need to Know About.

    Seasonal flu is not only unpleasant for employers and employees, it’s expensive. Each flu season, nearly 111 million workdays are lost because of the flu, the US Department of Health & Human Services has found. That represents approximately $7 billion per year in sick days and lost productivity. Most of us have seen a sick co-worker trying to make his way through the workday instead of ...


    By SafetySmart

  • The Five Principles of Dynamic Safety Protect Your People – and Yourself – With an Open, Efficient Approach

    Be honest: you didn’t become a safety manager because you love paperwork, or filling out forms to ensure compliance. You do your job because you want to make people safer. And sure, a lot of what you do is number crunching, but that’s because you know that the numbers you work with represent real dangers and real people, and help predict real events that shape real lives. ...


    By Rivo, a Sphera Company

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