Environmental Protection Agency. Equivalence data means chemical data or biological test data intended to show that two substances or mixtures are equivalent. Equivalent means that a chemical substance or mixture is able to rep- resent or substitute for another in a test or series of tests, and that the data from one substance can be used to make scientific and regulatory deci- sions concerning the other substance.
Environmental Protection Agency. Xxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxx Flats Coordinator U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 8OC 0000 Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx Denver, CO 80202-1129 (000) 000-0000 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Xxxx Xxxxxx Community Involvement Coordinator U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 8OC 0000 Xxxxxxx Xxxxxx Denver, CO 80202-1129 (000) 000-0000 0-000-000-0000, ex. 6633 E-mail email@example.com
Environmental Protection Agency. This is a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding communication and cooperation related to environmental regulation of oil and natural gas exploration and production activities.
Environmental Protection Agency. (EPA) shall mean the United States Environmental Protection Agency, or any duly authorized official of said Agency.
Environmental Protection Agency. December 2005 (Table 3-1 updated July 2007). Available online at xxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxxx.xx.xx/lq/cu/nwr/PortlandHarbor/jointsource.htm. Integral. 2007. Portland Harbor RI/FS Round 2 Quality Assurance Project Plan Addendum: Round 3A Stormwater Sampling. Prepared for the Lower Willamette Group, Portland, OR. Integral Consulting Inc., Mercer Island, WA. March 1, 2007. Integral Consulting Inc., Windward Environmental LLC, Xxxxxxx/Xxxxx Consultants, and Anchor Environmental, L.L.C. 2009. Portland Harbor RI/FS, Draft Remedial Investigation Report. Prepared for the Lower Willamette Group. October 27, 2009. Tables
Environmental Protection Agency. The surface of the item is sprayed or dipped into the sanitizing solution and then allowed to air dry for a minimum of two minutes or according to the sanitizing solution instructions. "School age" means eligible to attend public school, age five or older by September 30 of that same year. "Serious injury" means a wound or other specific damage to the body such as unconsciousness; broken bones; dislocation; deep cut requiring stitches; poisoning; concussion; or a foreign object lodged in eye, nose, ear, or other body orifice. "Shaken baby syndrome" or "abusive head trauma" means a traumatic injury that is inflicted upon the brain of an infant or young child. The injury can occur during violent shaking causing the child’s head to whip back and forth, the brain to move about, and blood vessels in the skull to stretch and tear. "Shelter-in-place" means movement of occupants of the building to designated protected spaces within the building.
Environmental Protection Agency. Washington State Department of Ecology Request For Public Comment Your review and comment is requested on proposed new Tri-Party Agreement milestones and target dates for groundwater and vadose zone actions for the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) single-shell tank waste management areas. The proposed changes will direct single-shell tank waste management area corrective actions (actions taken under Washington's State's Hazardous Waste Management Act (HWMA) and the federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)). These actions are designed to allow the Tri-Parties to determine the nature and extent of contamination from single- shell tank leaks, to assess risks, to identify actions that need to be taken, and to aid in the cleanup and closure of the tank farms on the Central Plateau in the 200 Area of the Hanford Site. The DOE, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) are seeking public comment on the proposed changes from February 16 through April 1, 1999. All public comments will be considered and responded to before final decisions are made. Because these proposed changes to the Tri-Party Agreement are consistent with the existing project schedule and expected funding, public meetings are not currently scheduled. Should substantial public interest indicate a need for meetings, the Tri-Parties will respond accordingly. If you would like to review proposed modifications, please visit the public information repository nearest you, or review the document at the Tri-Party Agreement homepage: xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxx.xxx. To request a copy of proposed modifications, or to submit comments either written or electronically, contact: Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx U.S. Department of Energy P.O. Box 550 (A5-15) Richland, WA 99352 (000) 000-0000 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Background The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of River Protection’s mission is to store, treat, and immobilize high- level radioactive waste presently contained in 12 single-shell tank farms and in six double-shell tank farms located on the Central Plateau in the 200 Area of the Hanford Site. The 12 single-shell tank farms are grouped into seven waste management areas for purposes of groundwater assessment and monitoring. These tank farms contain 149 single-shell tanks which are classed as hazardous waste management units regulated under Washington State’s HWMA and its implementing requirements. The single-shell tanks are currently operatin...