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The Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) (regulations for soil and groundwater) was revised and effective on June 20, 2014. Changes that may impact your projects include Permanent Solutions with Best Management Practices for urban soils, reduced cleanup levels for TCE (increased use of vapor barriers in construction), and new draft guidance documents for floating product and Activity and Use Limitations.

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November 2014
EH&S Environmental Public Health is forwarding a warning from the Centers for Disease Control regarding consumption of bean sprouts that may still be available and have been associated with several cases of Salmonella in Massachusetts and other...
November 2014
In 2011, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) introduced changes to the design of the Class 9 miscellaneous hazard label in 49 CFR 172.446. The DOT made changes to the hazardous material label design to correspond with the UN Recommendations...
October 2014
EH&S Connections is our newsletter intended for a broad audience of personnel at the University who are involved in the management of EH&S issues for their local schools/departments. This includes Environmental Safety Compliance Officers,...

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