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View Resource NEPA: Project Development Process Transportation Decisionmaking Factors

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) lists the steps they have designed for use by transportation officials to use in making the decisions necessary to comply with NEPA (National Environmental...
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: EPCRA and Planning, Siting and Zoning Considerations

Discusses EPCRA compliance including importance in business site selection, off-site consequences, variables affecting a chemical spill, chemical reactions, and links to health web sites. Brief...
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills: EPCRA Guide for Facilities - EHS Spill Notification Requirem

Discusses notification requirements for the Comprehensive Emergency Response Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and EPCRA, as well as reporting exemptions and penalties.
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills -EPCRA for Firefighters: Being Proactive

Discusses Emergency Planning & Community Right-to-Know Act, facility non-compliance, chemical inventory, emergency planning, EPA enforcement and civil suits.
View Resource Emergency Planning for Chemical Spills EPCRA for Firefighters: Where EPCRA Needs Improvement

Discusses problems of facility compliance, enforcement, funding, LEPC (Local Emergency Planning Committee) membership and public communication.
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