Is your company abiding by all environmental rules and regulations under state and federal law? If the answer isn’t a firm “yes,” your organization might be open to costly fines and legal trouble. To help ensure Hoosier businesses are on the right environmental track, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce has updated the Environmental Compliance Handbook – 8th Edition.
The handbook, expected to ship mid-July, is a plain-English guide with the most up-to-date information about employers’ environmental rights and responsibilities under state and federal law. The updated edition includes nearly 500 pages of easy-to-read text, charts and tables.
Written by a legal team from Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, the new edition covers a variety of information including: updated agency contact information and additional resource links; permitting of greenhouse gases; minor source operating permits; Class VI injection well permits; new wastewater management rules; biomass and alternative fuels registrations; new confined feeding operation requirements and much more.
Additionally, the book includes information on air pollutant emissions, stormwater permitting, state regulation of construction in floodways, solid waste management, used oil management, spill and release reporting and general enforcement, among other topics.
The e-Pub version of the handbook is available now for the purchase price of $99. Cost for the handbook is $111.75 for Indiana Chamber members; and $149 for non-members.
To purchase the Environmental Compliance Handbook – 8thEdition, visit www.indianachamber.com/publications or call (800) 824-6885.