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Right on Time: Why Businesses Need Quality Management System Software

Right on Time: Why Businesses Need Quality Management System Software

Ensuring top quality products and services requires businesses to invest time, money, and energy in improvements such as establishing new production processes, training employees, and audits. Although that outlay may be significant, the cost of poor quality products and services can be much higher. When quality suffers, organizations waste money … Read more »

Do ‘Sue and Settle’ Policies Work Against Industry? EPA Chief Pruitt Thinks So

Do ‘Sue and Settle’ Policies Work Against Industry? EPA Chief Pruitt Thinks So

Environmental Protection Administrators Scott Pruitt says that he is ending the practice of regulation through litigation, which he describes as “sue and settle” — or policies that are brought about because of lawsuits that may fall outside the parameters of the intended laws.

New Research Says Reducing Ozone Levels Produces Medical Benefits But Manufacturers Say the Rules Are Inflexible

New Research Says Reducing Ozone Levels Produces Medical Benefits But Manufacturers Say the Rules Are Inflexible

Researchers at the University of Chicago say that rules affecting smog-forming ozone that went into effect on October 1 will save billions in medical costs each year. Manufacturers counter, however, that the rules are too rigid and need to be rewritten.

EPA Allows Samsung Austin Semiconductor to Delist Former ‘Hazardous Waste’

EPA Allows Samsung Austin Semiconductor to Delist Former ‘Hazardous Waste’

Samsung Austin Semiconductor no longer needs to consider copper filter cake as hazardous waste and is able to disregard the requirements of hazardous waste regulations for that substance, thanks to a

Following Hurricane Devastation, Calls to Bring Back the Federal Flood Standards Get Louder

Following Hurricane Devastation, Calls to Bring Back the Federal Flood Standards Get Louder

Opinion: Hurricanes Maria, Irma and Harvey have starkly exposed just how vulnerable America remains, and how much more must be done to rein in the causes and impacts of climate change and strengthen our nation’s resilience to extreme weather events, writes Mindy Lubber, president and CEO of Ceres.

Automotive Industry Has Mixed Feelings About Trump’s Approach to Fuel Standards

Automotive Industry Has Mixed Feelings About Trump’s Approach to Fuel Standards

The auto industry has mixed feelings about how the Trump administration is approaching the fuel economy standards enacted under the Obama administration, with at least the parts makers saying that they need such certainty to remain economically viable.

Questions Surround Arkema Plant’s Risk Assessment Protocols; First Lawsuit Filed

Questions Surround Arkema Plant’s Risk Assessment Protocols; First Lawsuit Filed

Emergency generators and additional back-up systems at the Arkema plant in Crosby, TX, are now known to have both failed during flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey last week, and the first lawsuit over the event has been filed. In all, a million pounds of air pollutants were released in storm-tossed Texas from refineries and petrochemical operations; Bloomberg warns that effects from Irma could be worse.