As more states like California and New York are ordering its residents to stay home because of the coronavirus, the U.S. DHS has listed which industries and workers are “essential”.
The new coronavirus may cause environmental compliance challenges for many companies, like supply chain disruptions and the inability for employees to get to work.
On March 8 the EPA extended the comment period and self-reporting deadline for manufacturers using any of the 20 chemicals identified as “high priority substances” under Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Title VI.
3M Co. is publicizing its studies on PFAS chemicals in the hopes that researchers, who are using varying methods to test for the chemicals, will rely on the company’s standards and resources.
As coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to disrupt lives and businesses, it is important to consider how it may affect your real estate, construction, and supply businesses.
The novel coronavirus has caused unprecedented social disruption and wreaked havoc in the markets.
SCC Looks to the Future. An Interview with Chantal Guay, P.Eng., CEO of the Standards Council of Canada