Executive of Energy & Environmental Affairs (EEA) regulations setting fees for facilities subject to the Toxics Use Reduction Act (M.G.L. Chapter 21I). Implemented by the Administrative Council on Toxics Use Reduction.
Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs (EEA) regulations listing all chemicals and compounds subject to Toxics Use Reduction Act (M.G.L. Chapter 21I) planning and reporting requirements. Implemented by the Administrative Council on Toxics Use Reduction.
Regulations intended to ensure orderly dissemination of information related to toxic and hazardous substances in the workplace and community.
Regulations implementing the Toxics Use Reduction Act (M.G.L. Chapter 21I).
Cross-program compliance certification requirements for boilers, dental facilities, dry cleaners, engines/turbines, printers, underground storage tanks and more.
These regulations apply to all Massachusetts dental practices and facilities that generate or discharge wastewater from mercury amalgam-related processes.
Regulations that prohibit the sale of mercury-added vehicle switches, require removal of switches and other mercury-added components before vehicles are crushed or shredded, and require compliance certifications.
Regulations that prohibit the sale of mercury-added products and lamps in Massachusetts unless manufacturers provide for collection and recycling of end-of-life products.
Regulations that prohibit the disposal of mercury-added products in any manner other than recycling, disposing as hazardous waste or alternative method approved by MassDEP.
MassDEP regulations on installation, operation, maintenance, inspection and assessment of USTs.